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Curriculum

Providence St. Peter Family Medicine Residency is a multi-site program where residents are assigned a primary clinic. They provide direct patient care, optimize pharmacy services and implement new initiatives. This allows the resident to foster ownership and independence at their clinical site. 

Chehalis Family Medicine and the Family Medicine Rural Training Program

St. Peter Family Medicine and the Family Medicine Program

Educational Outcomes

Upon completion of this residency, the resident will be able to:

  1. Develop and implement sustainable pharmacy services within an interdisciplinary team
  2. Provide patient-centered, evidence based care for complex patients with chronic illnesses
  3. Effectively educate and empower learners throughout the health care system
  4. Demonstrate excellence in leadership and practice management skills.

Longitudinal Experiences

  • Family Medicine - Resident specific panels with an emphasis on continuity
  • Nursing Home - Interdisciplinary experience with a focus on the care of geriatric patients
  • Education - Residents are the primary preceptors for both APPE and PGY1 learners
  • Scholarly Activity - Regional continuing education presentations as well as submission for publications
  • Service Development - Development and presentation of a business plan
  • Service Enhancement- Implementation of a new service line or optimization of a service

Elective Experiences

Residents have the opportunity for 12 weeks of elective time. Each elective may be developed as a block or longitudinal experience. Residents are encouraged to create an experience unique to their personal goals. New electives may be created at the resident’s request if appropriate documentation and deadlines are met.

  • Academia
  • Acute Care
    SW_Pharmacy Residency_Curriculum
  • Addiction Medicine
  • Administration
  • Endocrinology
  • Geriatrics
  • Global Health
  • Managed Care
  • Oncology
  • Palliative Care
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Rural Family Medicine
  • Transitions of Care
  • Women’s Health