Teaching and precepting by the academic faculty of Saint Louis University.
Residents can participate in community-based research, with top-notch resources and
support from the Department of Family and Community Medicine research staff.
Longitudinal Underserved Community Curriculum
12 day-long experiential workshops and lectures during PGY2.
Seminars in cultural competency and community-oriented primary care.
Curriculum that has been shared as a teaching model for residencies across the country.
Behavioral Health Integration
In 2016, we received $1.8 million five-year HRSA grant for Integrated Behavioral Health
Training in collaboration with the SLU Medical Family Therapy training program.
Our Family Medicine Behavioral Health Collaborative Curriculum includes clinical training,
experiential workshops, and lectures at Family Care Health Center, in the community,
and at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital.
For residents who wish to practice obstetrics this experience includes elective and
continuity experience in prenatal care, labor and delivery and postpartum care, as
well as an academic project.