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Family Medicine Residency Program

David C. Holub, M.D.


 

The University of Rochester Family Residency Program is one of the most in-depth training programs in psychosocial medicine. A 5 month longitudinal rotation in the PGY-2, P2 includes Psychosocial Medicine and Practice Improvement, and includes directly supervised family meetings, and counseling visits over 16 weeks.

We also have one of the best OB experiences on all the Northeast, with 40 to 60 deliveries in your first two months of internship. All continuity deliveries are supervised by nine family medicine faculty attendings. We have an OB/GYN on our family medicine faculty, two family physicians with C-section privileges, and two OB Fellows per year.

Combine this with a continuity Global Health experience in Southwestern Honduras, a political advocacy track, and other fellowships available in palliative care, geriatrics, sports medicine and faculty development and you have the makings for the best family medicine residency training possible. 

  • The University of Rochester Department of Family Medicine ranks in the top 10 family medicine departments in the U.S. in federally funded research
  • Opportunities to take part in research
  • Best OB experiences on all the Northeast, with 40 to 60 deliveries in your first two months of internship
  • Directly supervised family meetings, and counseling visits over 16 weeks.

Welcome from the Program Director

 

Our Residency by the Numbers

100 %

ABFM Board Pass Rate by Residents within the past 5 years

~ 60

Expected deliveries within 2 months of internship

2

PGY-4 Chief Residents

Why You'll Love URMC

What our graduates say...

" I love that I will be able to care for the whole person, the whole family, and work towards the better health of the community in which I live and work; I suppose that relates back to my upbringing in a tight-knit family and small-town community. I feel very lucky to have trained in Rochester, and I am looking forward to staying in the area to continue practicing."

Amanda Morrison, MD

Medical School / University of Buffalo
Residency / University of Rochester
Hometown / Bradford, PA

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