Established in 1974, this comprehensive community-based program:
■ Offers a strong academic curriculum emphasizing evidence-based medicine enhanced by robust didactics.
■ A dedicated, enthusiastic faculty, each with a variety of professional interests and skills.
■ With our continuity clinic uniquely being a FOHC (Federally Qualified Health Center), the Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) at the Heuser Family Medicine Center in Scottsdale provides care to an underserved and diverse population that includes Hispanic and Native American communities.
■ Offers a collegial working environment that values teamwork among faculty, residents, nurses, and office staff.
■ Boasts a strong adviser system that advocates for and assists you throughout your training.
■ Offers a busy hospital inpatient service at HonorHealth Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center. The inpatient service is managed by our resident physicians in collaboration with attending physicians and clinical pharmacists.
■ Has an active resident association led by a peer-elected president.
■ Features a strong integrated and longitudinal behavioral health curriculum focusing on relationship-centered care.
■ Our residents are trained comprehensively in full- spectrum Family Medicine which allows them to practice in any setting – outpatient, inpatient, rural, urgent care, and obstetrics.
■ Our residents exceed national standards in all aspects of training – medical knowledge, quality of care metrics, patient experience scores, and volume of encounters.
■ Our residents lead robust interdisciplinary teams to provide high quality care to health disparate populations within our community.
■ Facility recognized by CMS.
■ Strong simulation curriculum.
■ Active participation in AIAMC National Initiatives.
■ Robust Quality Improvement and Population Health.
■ Research and scholarship by residents and faculty.