After completing their intern year in Sacramento, residents will have a fully integrated longitudinal curriculum in Amador County during their second and third years of training.
Residents will have a full panel of continuity patients in the Family Medicine Residency Clinic in Jackson. Inpatient rotations will be in Sutter Amador Hospital.
The innovative longitudinal curriculum will allow residents to have excellent continuity in Family Medicine Residency Clinic and multiple other clinical settings. These will include geriatrics, pediatrics, musculoskeletal, general surgery, community medicine, public health, and addiction medicine. It will allow residents to experience what life is like as a practicing community physician.
This curriculum caters to engaged independent learners and will allow flexibility with electives and special interest projects.