UMN Medical Center Curriculum and Call
University of Minnesota Medical Center has a reputation for innovation.
We actively use and teach the chronic care model and have received health care home certification by the state of Minnesota.
- Read our program goals and objectives
- Watch "Life as a family medicine resident at the University of Minnesota Medical Center"
The following is information about our curriculum and call.
We support residents in creating electives to help them pursue their personal interests and achieve their individual goals.
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.
Lectures, discussions, workshops, grand rounds, and more.
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.
We have a strong focus on teaching our residents procedures.
Frequency and volume of night float/call is designed to meet residents educational needs.
Minnesota Primary Care Transformation Collaborative (MPCTC)
Our residency program participates in the Minnesota Primary Care Transformation Collaborative. The mission of MPCTC is to strengthen a patient-centered primary care workforce in Minnesota, involving interprofessional and interdisciplinary teamwork.
Program director Patricia Adam, MD, MSPH, and associate program director Nicole Chaisson, MD, MPH, serve as family medicine team members.