the hospital and emergency room â€” is the primary training site for 120 residents who interact closely with faculty in small-group didactic sessions and one-on-one patient care teaching. Family Medicine Residency Program The goal of the Family Medicine Residency Program is to recruit and train tomorrowâ€™s community healthcare leaders. The program is committed to training physicians who wish to care for patients and their families, particularly those with problems unique to underserved urban communities, and strives to teach residents how to develop systems that can improve the health of whole communities. We encourage the education of fellow practitioners on the impact and influence of family medicine and aspire to create change. Nearly 100% of graduates go on to practice primary care, with more than half practicing in low-income communities that have a shortage of primary care doctors.