Behavioral Medicine Track

This track will enhance residents’ Behavioral Medicine skills through intensive experiences in family medicine and mental health settings, depending upon individual interest and need.

Educational Objectives

The resident will define their personal objectives such as developing the ability to: (incomplete)

Core Curricular Components:

The Behavioral Science Track will utilize Middlesex Hospital’s Family Advocacy Program, Center for Behavioral Health, psychiatric day treatment programs and inpatient unit, as well as the Crisis Assessment and Triage Service.  Additionally, residents may obtain training in a variety of mental health programs in central Connecticut including Rushford Center, Connecticut Valley Hospital, Harford Hospital, Yale New Haven Dispensaries, Advanced Diagnostics Pain Center in New Haven, CT Spine Institute, CT Center for ADHD and Attention Disorders, Modern Behavioral Care, and The Institute of Living Eating Disorders Program. 

Why Four Years?

Our residency program includes a fourth year of some of the most innovative learning experiences a resident can find anywhere, including our Tracks of Excellence.

Middlesex Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
90 South Main Street
Middletown, CT 06457
(860) 358-6418
FAX (860) 358-6650