Department of Family and Preventive Medicine

Second Year

  • Family Medicine Services (EUHM) - Twelve weeks
  • Sports Medicine/ Radiology (TEC/EUHM) - Four weeks
  • Practice Management (FMC) - Four weeks
  • Obstetrics (EUHM) - Four weeks
  • Palliative Care (VA) - Four weeks
  • Psychiatry (EUHM) - Four weeks
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics (Grady) - Four weeks
  • Emergency Medicine (EUHM) - Four weeks
  • Geriatrics (VA) - Four weeks
  • Elective - Eight weeks

Weekly Didactics Conference
Family Medicine Center: two to five half-day sessions
Monthly Physicosocial meetings
Night float - two weeks for every six weeks of Family Medicine Service

Fam Med Residents

Third Year

  • Family Medicine Services (EUHM) - Eight weeks
  • Gynecology (Grady) - Four weeks
  • Dermatology (Grady) - Four weeks
  • Emergency Medicine (EUHM/Grady) - Four weeks
  • Family Medicine Clinic - Four weeks
  • Community Medicine Office - Four weeks
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics (Grady) - Two weeks
  • ENT Urology (EUHM) - Four weeks
  • TeleMed (VA) - Two weeks
  • Elective - Four weeks
  • Elective - Four weeks
  • Elective - Four weeks
  • Elective - Four weeks

Weekly Didactics Conference
*May vary based on clinic continuity numbers
Family Medicine Center: three to seven half-day sessions
Monthly Physicosocial meetings
Night float - one week for every four weeks of Family Medicine Service

Fam Med Resident


Elective Experiences include (but are not limited to):

  • Preventive Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Rheumatology
  • Endocrinology
  • Dermatology
  • GI
  • Nephrology
  • Podiatry
  • Urgent Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Aesthetics
  • Integrative Medicine
  • Pediatric Weight Loss
  • Palliative Care
  • Hospice
  • Migrant Farmers Project 
  • Research
  • Observational Medicine
  • Student Health
  • Ultrasound
  • Medical Journalism
  • Global Health Experiences

Health Services Research Track

The Health Services Research Track is a residency track within the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine that aims to support Family Medicine residents who have an interest in scholarly research. The program offers a structured approach to facilitate skills development through practical application.

Hospitalist Program Track

Emory Family Medicine Residency Program Hospitalist Track aims to provide increased education, training, and exposure to the field of inpatient medicine. Residents who are interested in a career in hospital medicine, academics, or full-spectrum family medicine are encouraged to apply.

Behavioral Health 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

Global Health and Equity Office

Founded in 2021, the Emory School of Medicine Global Health & Equity Office (GLOBE) aims to improve the health of people who are medically under served worldwide through faculty, staff, and trainee involvement in sustainable and equitable global health education, research, and clinical care partnerships.