Duluth Curriculum and Call

Our program focuses on developing and preparing collaborative, rural-ready, full spectrum family medicine physicians.

The majority of our graduates practice in communities with populations less than 25,000. Most clinical rotations are hosted at three primary training sites: an independent continuity clinic and two hospitals.

Rotations and electives
View rotations for each year of residency, longitudinal curriculum, and electives.

Procedures
Residents learn clinic office procedures and hospital procedures.

Moonlighting
Numerous moonlighting activities are available for second- and third-year residents.

Global Family Medicine
Global Family Medicine is an elective curricular experience where residents participate in structured international experiences to gain the skills and knowledge to care for our global citizens and communities.

Programmatic courses
The department sponsors several required and optional one- to two-day programmatic courses. Topics include women's health, sports and musculoskeletal medicine, community health, and more.

Call
View information on shift call, in-hospital call, and family medicine service call.


Residents as teachers

Family medicine residents are directly responsible for a portion of medical student clinical education during clinical experiences and clerkships. More about residents as teachers