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Family Medicine Residency Program
 

The curriculum is designed to prepare competent and compassionate medical corps officers prepared to care for a subset of patients or full-spectrum family medicine. The Womack Family Medicine Residency offers the unique opportunity of increased exposure to operational medicine through the care we provide to Airborne and Special Operations Soldiers. All residents will be credentialed in BLS, ACLS, PALS, ALSO, NRP, and ATLS. All graduates will complete combat casualty care course (C4).

First Year Curriculum

Interns are given a structured curriculum that will allow them to master skills and learn management strategies in the core areas of family medicine.

* Orientation to Ft. Bragg, WAMC, and resuscitation credentialing (June, 4 week block)
* Family Medicine Clinic/Orientation to Family Medicine (July, 4 week block)
* Emergency Medicine (4 week block)
* Family Medicine Inpatient Team (4 week block)
* General Surgery Ward (4 week block)
* Gynecology (4 week block)
* Internal Medicine Inpatient Ward (4 week block)
* Labor and Delivery (4 week block)
* Newborn Nursery (4 week block)
* Night Float Inpatient (4 week block)
* Orthopedics (4 week block)
* Pediatric Clinic (4 week block)
* Pediatric Ward (4 week block)
* Preventive Medicine and Introduction to Research (4 week block)

Second Year Curriculum

PGY2 residents will continue to refine their skill sets and management strategies when taking care of patients in the inpatient and outpatient setting. The opportunity to rotate through sub-specialty care clinics and advance geriatric care through nursing home visits begins during the second year of residency.

* Behavioral Health (4 week block)
* Family Medicine Inpatient Team (8 weeks in 2 blocks)
* General Surgery Clinic (4 week block)
* Geriatrics (4 week block)
* High Risk Obstetrics (4 week block)
* Intensive Care Unit (4 week block)
* Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (4 week block)
* Night Float Inpatient (4 week block)
* Pediatrics Clinic (4 week block)
* Procedures (4 week block)
* Sports Medicine (4 week block)
* Medicine Selective (Cardiology, Endocrinology, Allergy, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Infectious Disease, Pulmonology, Rheumatology or Heme/Onc) (4 week block)

Third Year Curriculum

PGY3 residents will complete their training by rotating through sub-specialty care clinics and further refining their skills sets.

* Dermatology (4 week block)
* Emergency Medicine (2 week block)
* ENT Clinic (2 week block)
* FM Clinic (4 week block)
* Family Medicine Inpatient Team (4 week block)
* Gynecology (4 week block)
* Neurology (2 week block)
* Operational Medicine (2 week block)
* Operational and Emergency Medical Skills (OEMS) (2 week block)
* Ophthalmology (2 week block)
* Transition to Practice (2 week block)
* OperationalTrauma (4 week block)
* Urology (2 week block)
* Electives (8 weeks, broken into 2 or 4 week blocks)
* Medicine Selective (Cardiology, Endocrinology, Allergy, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Infectious Disease, Pulmonology, Rheumatology or Heme/Onc) (8 weeks, broken into 2 or 4 week blocks)