Our residency program provides professional training, innovative flexibility, cultural diversity, and unique scholarship opportunities in an atmosphere of collegiality and intellectual collaboration.

Our Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model aims to enhance the delivery of comprehensive primary care to children, adolescents, and adults. We’ve even received a Level 3 accreditation (the highest) from the NCQA, a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. 

The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine conducts research in the areas of public health/population-based health, diabetes mellitus control, preventive medicine, health care delivery models, medical/health education innovations for adult learners, and integration of clinical health risk assessment screening tools. 

The Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine provides community engagement opportunities for our faculty, staff, residents, and students through partnerships with local organizations. 

Student Programs in Family Medicine

Our educational mission is to train the next generation of primary care providers and offer our faculty opportunities to expand and enhance their skills and knowledge. Our educational programs offer unparalleled professional training, innovative flexibility, cultural diversity, and unique scholarship opportunities. Our engaged expert faculty and our sponsoring institution, Emory University School of Medicine, provide the best-in-class atmosphere of collegiality and intellectual collaboration.

Behavioral Medicine Program

Behavioral medicine resident training takes place in a variety of settings and through diverse activities including:

  • Behavioral Medicine Rotation
  • Psychiatry Rotation
  • Didactic Presentations
  • Videotaping Patient Encounters
  • Balint Group

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