Family medicine faculty from the Twin Cities campus direct the following educational offerings.
Most of the information on this page is for University of Minnesota medical students only. If you're a visiting medical student, please visit our visiting medical student page.
UMN medical students receive the opportunity to apply for or enroll in the following clerkships. Completion of any of these experiences fulfills the Family Medicine Clerkship requirement.
UMN Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP)
- Nine-month, internationally renown rural educational opportunity for UMN third-year medical students
- Learn more about the Rural Physician Associate Program
UMN Metropolitan Physician Associate Program (MetroPAP)
- Nine-month longitudinal elective immersing UMN third-year students in the care of an urban, underserved population
- Broadway Family Medicine Clinic, the clinic of our North Memorial residency program, is one of the clinic sites
- Learn more about the Metropolitan Physician Associate Program
Urban Community Ambulatory Medicine (UCAM)
- Twelve-week urban medicine clerkship for UMN third- or fourth-year students
- Learn more about Urban Community Ambulatory Medicine
A variety of elective courses for family medicine are available:
- Cardiovascular medicine
- Community health
- HIV care
- Family medicine research
- Health care for the underserved
- Human sexuality research
- Inpatient family medicine
- Rural medical care
- Sexual problems in clinical medicine
- Sports medicine