Residents will have opportunities to learn in academic medical center- based settings utilizing the EPIC system. These learning opportunities include cardiometabolic, family medicine, anticoagulation clinics as well as transitions of care and telehealth center, and many others based on the interests of the resident.
Residents provide staffing at the Jackson Free Clinic where they will precept students and work with the medical team to assist in the treatment of underserved patients.
Residents are provided the experience needed (including didactic lectures, problem-based learning group facilitation, academic committee service, and co-precepting students within clinical practice sites) to obtain an adjunct faculty preceptor position at an ambulatory care site or a non-tenure clinical track faculty position within a school of pharmacy. Completion of this curriculum will result in a teaching certificate.
Our external partners offer the residents opportunities in federally qualified health centers and private medical physician offices. Each of these learning experiences focus on chronic disease state management in a longitudinal manner.