Providence St. Peter Family Medicine Residency Program
The Providence St. Peter Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program and the newly accredited St Peter Family Medicine - Chehalis Rural Training Track are operated by Providence St. Peter Hospital and Providence Centralia Hospital in affiliation with the University of Washington Network of Family Medicine residencies.
We have two continuity clinic sites, each of which emphasizes care of a unique patient population. Applicants can apply to one or both of the clinic sites. Each site has its own match number. We encourage applicants to apply to all of our sites depending on interest.
Our clinic sites are:
Providence St Peter Family Medicine Residency Program (NRMP Match Number - 3198120C0) - 21 total residents
St Peter Family Medicine Chehalis Rural Training Track (NRMP Match Number - 3198120C1) - 6 total residents
Affiliation with the University of Washington School of Medicine provides these programs with a crucial academic link. Close collaboration and program review with other residencies in the University of Washington Residency Network ensures the programs maintain high quality instruction and experience.
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These programs are fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education of the American Medical Association.
A Day in the Life
Our Residency Program is challenging and the training schedule can be demanding but we strive to create a balance between work and personal lives.
We have an innovative curriculum, especially in our third year.
Faculty and Current Residents
Visit our faculty and residents page to view all providers at Providence St. Peter Family Medicine.
PGY2 Ambulatory Pharmacy Residency
Providence St. Peter Family Medicine pharmacy residency is committed to excellence in patient-centered care and advancement of pharmacy practice.
Seven residents will be selected for the first year positions through the National Resident Matching Program.
Salary and Benefits
Salary, vacation, sick time, insurance, fitness center, malpractice insurance, certification fees and more.
We offer several rotations for students from allopathic or osteopathic U.S. medical schools.
Rural Training Program
Our rural training program is open for two residents per year in Chehalis, WA. Come learn family medicine in a rural NCQA, PCMH clinic.