Maternity Care track participants can expect over 150 deliveries and additional hands-on training in low- and high-risk obstetric care. This track models the ideal working relationship between family physicians and obstetricians, and increases the number of well-trained doctors able to provide obstetric, newborn and postpartum care.
Our International/Community Medicine track combines population health with community-oriented primary care. Residents learn to solve population-specific health problems by serving in community clinics around the world or in our immediate neighborhood.
The Behavioral Medicine track allows residents to gain deeper understanding of various psycho-social challenges that people face. Residents develop advanced skills to identify and manage these issues in a manner that will allow you to fully know and understand your patients and their families.
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"One of the things that stands out the most to me is the diverse educational opportunities their curricular tracks offers all residents."