UConn School of Medicine sponsored
program based in Hartford, CT
Family Medicine residency program is a university administered, community-based
program, which offers a unique blend of training from academic faculty in a
major teaching hospital. The residency program is a 7-7-7 fully accredited
program with a well-balanced curriculum, which provides training in
full-spectrum Family Medicine.
location for training is at the Family Medicine Center at Asylum Hill located directly
across the street from Saint Francis Hospital.
The practice center is NCQA certified as a Patient Centered Medical
Home. Residents provide a wide range of
primary and preventative care to all ages of their own patients throughout
their three years of training.
to our strong ambulatory training, residents train in inpatient medicine on our
own Family Medicine service in the hospital.
They also receive Obstetrics, ICU, and Emergency Medicine training at
Saint Francis Hospital while pediatric inpatient training occurs at the
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in downtown Hartford. A variety of ambulatory experiences in musk,
sports medicine (our Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship is part of our
Department!), community medicine, gynecology and more, provide for a wide
breadth of learning. Our longitudinal
psychosocial curriculum and our health systems management curriculum are
is to produce family medicine physicians that care for the underserved in urban
populations addressing social determinants, health disparities and psychosocial
needs. We accomplish this goal by
providing extraordinary curriculum in evidenced-based medicine combined with
the opportunity to serve the people of the Asylum Hill and Hartford neighborhoods. We are actively involved in community
projects that promote health and well-being of our patients who live in the
city. The practice stresses continuity
of care, prevention of illness and optimization of health maintenance.