Family Medicine Residency Curriculum

Both common and complicated patient and family problems are encountered and taught in diverse multiple sites. Curriculum components, including both rotational and longitudinal experiences, are set in ambulatory primary care and specialty practices, regional hospitals, tertiary care hospitals, community health centers, schools and homes, taking advantage of the broad array of components of health care in the Henry Ford Health System.

Residents learn the most up-to-date approaches to clinical practice like evidence-based medicine, disease state management, population health, resource management, computing in medicine, quality improvement methods and the latest information on safety in medicine. Residents emerge from the Henry Ford Family Medicine Residency Program extraordinarily well prepared to face the challenges of a changing health care environment.