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The Family Medicine Residency Program provides an educational experience that prepares residents to become competent family physicians capable of providing comprehensive and coordinated care to patients and families. The program’s educational experiences emphasize the competencies and skills needed to practice high quality family medicine within the community, utilizing a Patient Centered Medical Home model. Residents will gain valuable experiences in a broad range of specialties and community settings to enhance their knowledge, skills and competence within their family medicine practice. These experiences collectively will enable them to develop as members of healthcare teams in both inpatient and ambulatory settings and learn to become competent leaders in healthcare and practice.
Oak Hill Hospital (OHH) is a 280-bed acute care facility located in Brooksville, Florida. OHH is the largest hospital in Hernando County serving Brooksville, Spring Hill and neighboring Citrus County. It is known for its quality of care, focus on patient safety, and commitment to the most advanced technology. OHH is the primary sponsoring institution for the residency program and provides the inpatient medicine, critical care medicine, maternity and newborn care, general surgery, emergency medicine and multiple subspecialty experiences.
- More than 50,000 ER visits per year. A designated Pediatric Emergency Room seeing 600-800 pediatric encounters per month or approximately 17% of the overall emergency room volume.
- Accreditations: Primary Stroke Care Center, Commission on Cancer for surgery and chemotherapy, American College of Radiology, College of American Pathologists and the Accrediting Council for Graduate Medical Education.
- Services: Hospitalists, 24/7 on-site critical care intensivists, 24/7 on-site radiologists, open heart surgery, comprehensive Orthopaedic & Spine Institute, comprehensive Women’s Imaging Center with digital mammography, labor and delivery, pediatric care, and dedicated Pediatric ER.
- The program has three clinic locations for training. Each year one to two PGY1 residents will be assigned to each Family Medicine Practice (FMP) site. Each site is a well-established smaller community practice that will provide an excellent outpatient continuity experience for residents. At each FMP site there will be one to two core faculty providing supervision of resident continuity clinics as well as direct patient care of their own panel of patients.