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Educational Outcomes

The following data describes the experiences of our residents over the past five years ...

Medical Knowledge Acquisition

American Board of Family Medicine Resident In-Training Examination Average Score

Exam Average Score

American Board of Family Medicine Graduate Certification Examination Pass Rate

Exam Pass Rate

Clinical Encounters at Graduation

Program Average ACGME Minimum
Office continuity encounters 2750 1650
Adult inpatient encounters 1600 750
Newborn encounters 170 40

Satisfaction with Training

  • 88% are “very satisfied” (highest possible rating) with their training
  • 96% rate the strength of the overall curriculum as “strong”

Scope of Practice After Graduation

  • 95% provide ambulatory care for adults
  • 90% provide ambulatory care to children
  • 55% provide inpatient care to newborns, infants, or children
  • 40% provide inpatient care for adults
  • 75% work in a NCQA PCMH certified practice

All of our graduates are utilizing the specialized knowledge and skills acquired though participation in a Track of Excellence. Examples of recent graduate practice include:

  • Community practice with inpatient and maternity care
  • Geriatrics-focused community practice with nursing home care
  • Community practice incorporating integrative medicine and osteopathic manipulative therapy
  • Part-time community health center practice combined with global health missions
  • Residency program faculty with inpatient and maternity care
  • Community outpatient practice with medical student supervision
  • Part-time community practice combined with health IT and population health leadership
  • Community outpatient practice focusing on pain management and addiction medicine
  • Community practice incorporating advanced psychiatric prescribing and cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Full time hospital medicine