The University of Louisville/Glasgow Family Medicine Residency program is committed to the training of its practitioners through its focus on individualized learning.
Established in 1997, Glasgow Family Medicine Residency is a stand-alone program that concentrates on training physicians for practice in a rural-based community.
TJ Samson Family Medicine Center has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term, participative relationships.
Nearly all rotations are spent one-on-one with the attending physician. These dedicated and friendly attendings provide training in subspecialty areas while an outstanding faculty provide the core training opportunities. Residents learn multiple procedures and skills first-hand from attendings who are eager to teach.
Family Medicine residents have full access and admitting privileges to all areas of the hospital, including:
- Intensive/Critical Care Unit
- Emergency Room
- Pediatric Wards
- Newborn Nursery
- Labor and Delivery
- Same-Day Surgery