To provide training tailored toward each resident's future practice, we have designed four optional tracks, from which a resident can choose. These tracks are offered to residents in all programs.
Our program is designed to spread each of the main medical disciplines throughout the three years to ensure robust training. There is experience in Medicine, Obstetrics, and Pediatrics in each of the three years.
Behavioral Sciences, Community Medicine, Geriatrics, and Practice Management are all part of a specified longitudinal experience. Each of these disciplines have a curriculum spread throughout the three years of residency.
Every Wednesday, there is a noon didactic conference, and every other Wednesday, the schedule is blocked for the entire afternoon for didactic conferences. In order to allow all residents to participate, the conferences are streamed live to the Wray and Sterling rural sites as well as to the resident call room lounge at the hospital. Conferences are also recorded and archived for future reference. In addition, the OB-Peds and Medicine services incorporate daily didactic sessions with residents and faculty alternating the presenting role. Residents also participate and present at hospital-wide CME conferences.