FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Technically no, as we will also have a Transitional Year Program. However, the Family Medicine residents are the main residents providing care and coverage in every area of the hospital.
We are a 4-4-4 program.
Yes. Beebe Healthcare is a Core Clinical Campus for the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. We also welcome clinical rotations for PA, and NP students. Beebe also is home to the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing. All of these learners will be part of the healthcare team, giving you plenty of opportunities to teach. In addition, if academic medicine is your passion and career goal for the future; we will do everything we can to assist you in meeting that goal.
Yes. Residents have opportunities to participate as full members of important system wide committees.
Of course! As a new program, feedback from our residents is vital as we continue to develop our programs and become an exceptional teaching institution. Our GME team has the philosophy that you should leave your residency program better than the way you found it. There is always room for improvement.
No. Our program only accepts applications through ERAS and participates in the NRMP. Our NRMP code is: TBA
Yes. Residents can participate in moonlighting activities in their second year of residency with permission from the Program Director and DIO.
The program offers the residents flexibility in the scheduling of elective rotations. Residents can complete elective rotations in many different specialties, either in the area or away. Elective rotations must be approved by the Program Director and DIO.