Provide care for members of the with Latinx, Bosnian, Somalian, Iraqi, Vietnamese,
and other communities in an urban underserved FQHC.
Addiction Medicine Training
Residents provide medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to their continuity patients
with opioid use disorder in the primary care setting. St. Louis combats opioid crisis.
Additional addiction experiences include addiction medicine elective, regular addiction-focused
didactic lectures, and access to the expertise and experience of the addiction faculty
and fellows of SLU’s Addiction Medicine Fellowship.
Academic University-Based Training Program
Opportunities to participate in community-based research, with top-notch resources
and support from the Department of Family and Community Medicine research staff.
Longitudinal Wellness Program
Intentional part of our residency culture.
Emphasis on cultivating relationships includes resident generational families, regular
resident support group, biannual team building retreats, and frequent social gatherings/happy
Regular BH shadowing in clinic helps residents work on time management and patient
Longitudinal wellness curriculum includes monthly Balint and support group, regular
lectures and experiential learning opportunities through VA Whole Health program,
and regular offerings in medical humanism and personal/professional development.
For interested residents, optional concentration tracks are available in maternity
care and sports medicine.