The Core Track Residents do their rotations at North Colorado Medical Center and have their Family Medicine Clinic at North Colorado Family Medicine Clinic. The Core Track accepts six residents every year into its program. Residents in the Core Track receive broad-spectrum training that is conducive to a future practice in any setting. This broad-spectrum training is especially beneficial for residents considering a future in rural and international medicine.
The four paths that the residency offers are:
These are offered to the Sunrise CHC residents as well.
The patient population at NCFM is primarily underinsured, uninsured, Medicare and Medicaid patients. There is a large Latino population including both Spanish-speaking only and English-speaking patients. This correlates with a local population consisting of 32 percent Hispanic. While an in-house Spanish translator is readily available, this patient population allows bilingual residents to use their Spanish skills.
Core Track Application Process
Please apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Core Track Director;
David Smith, MD
NCFM offers medical student rotations, and we encourage students considering a career in family medicine and those considering applying at NCFM to consider doing a rotation with us. For inquiries into arranging a fourth year medical student rotation, review the medical student section of our website and/or contact NCFM at (800) 336-6236.