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Family Medicine Residency Programs
Bismarck Center for Family Medicine
The UND Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck, N.D., is administered by the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The program is fully accredited and has graduated more than 130 physicians since 1979. The program is a three-year program and accepts five first year residents annually through the match system.
Located in the center of North Dakota, the Bismarck and Mandan community serves as the hub for a trade area that stretches 150,000 miles covering North Dakota, eastern Montana and northern South Dakota.
Our program is well accepted and respected by both hospitals in the community, Medcenter One and St. Alexius Medical Center, and enjoys the tremendous support of the local teaching faculty. Over 100 specialists participate in our program.
The Family Medicine Center is within easy walking distance of both medical centers, where meals are provided for the residents.
Bismarck/Hettinger Rural Track Family Medicine Program
The Hettinger Rural Training Track of the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The program accepted its first resident in 2014 and is approved to accept up to two residents per year. The core program is located in Bismarck and has graduated more than 130 physicians. Both the Bismarck core program and the rural training site in Hettinger are administered by the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Both programs are three-year programs and accept residents annually the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
The programs are well-respected by all sponsoring hospitals in the two communities–Sanford Health, St. Alexius Medical Center, and West River Health Regional Medical Center–and enjoy the support of the local teaching faculty.
Minot Center for Family Medicine
The UND Center for Family Medicine in Minot, N.D., began in 1975 as the first residency program in the state, administered by the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The program is affiliated with Trinity Medical Center which is a fully Joint Commission accredited regional hospital providing a wide range of services including cardiothoracic surgery, neurosurgery, and an ACS certified Level II Trauma Center.
Our residency accepts six residents per year. We are a well respected provider in the community. Minot is a clean, safe, friendly community of 40,000. We train residents to practice in whatever setting they choose with particular emphasis on rural practice where other specialties may not be readily available.
The residency clinic moved into a new state of the art clinic in April 2005 where the physicians continue to provide the full range of family medicine services to a large and varied clinic population. Maternity care, endoscopy, cardiac treadmill testing, colposcopy, vasectomy, and a full range of office-based procedures are offered. Onsite lab and x-ray contribute to clinic efficiency and resident education.
The residency is fully wired and equipped with the latest in electronic equipment. The faculty consists of six family physicians and a full-time psychologist.
The residency provides an exciting, dynamic atmosphere for medical learners motivated to practice as competent, comprehensive family physicians.
The rural family medicine residency in Minot and Williston was newly accredited as of January 2014. The first residents in the program began the residency July 1, 2014. Initially accredited for one resident per year, the program has received a temporary increase to two residents per year in the 2015 academic year. The PGY1 year is completed in Minot with one rotation in inpatient pediatrics at the Colorado Children's Hospital in Denver. The final two years of the residency are completed in Williston. Adventurous physicians and students interested in rural training are encouraged to apply.
Family Medicine Residency Program, Fargo
The UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Family Medicine Residency in Fargo, N.D., is a 36-month program that is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The director of the program is Debra Walker, MD. We will be accepting applications for five residents for entrance into our program for the 2017-2018 academic year.