Training & Curriculum
The Primary Care Track at Cedars-Sinai delivers a personalized, well-rounded and flexible curriculum. Our program ensures competence in hospital-based medicine and emphasizes primary care ambulatory medicine.
Regular didactic sessions are integral to primary care training. Residents will have:
- Weekly didactic sessions, based on the Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum
- An annual two-week didactic block covering topics from advances in healthcare delivery to training in physician resiliency
- A bimonthly primary care journal club
Residents may elect to participate in a variety of rotations, including:
- East-West medicine
- Weight management
- Palliative care
- Women's health
- LGBTQ+ medicine
- Population health research
- Multiple non-internal medicine specialties
Over the course of the three-year program, residents in the Primary Care Track spend an increased proportion of their time in the ambulatory clinics. Rotations in the ambulatory setting can occur at a variety of clinical sites and include rotations in nonmedical subspecialty areas that cover common outpatient conditions (e.g., women's health, dermatology, ENT, urgent care, LGBTQ+ medicine, sports medicine).
Read about the eligibility requirements, application process and application instructions for the Primary Care Track Residency
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