UHC Family Medicine Residency is where traditional family practice meets an NCQA certified Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home in a modern, state-of-the-art facility!


The United Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program consistently achieves full ACGME and AOA accreditation in allopathic and osteopathic medicine. The original Family Medicine Residency Program began teaching allopathic residents in 1975. In 1991, the program became dually accredited and began training osteopathic residents as well. Because of UHC’s commitment to education, for over 40 years the UHC Family Medicine Residency program has produced quality medical care and excellent family medicine physicians. Many of our former residents now have successful practices in the area; some are community preceptors, hospitalists and even program faculty. The UHC Family Medicine Residency is an excellent training program boasting 5 consecutive years of achieving a 100% board exam pass rate for both the ABFM and AOBFP exams – achieving scores that exceed the national average. In addition to excellent academics, UHC Family Medicine consistently earns excellent ratings from patients, residents and faculty on various performance and satisfaction surveys and questionnaires.

The Family Practice Clinic is an NCQA Level 3 Certified Patient Centered Medical Home where quality performance is measured in patient outcomes. Our residents learn to manage patients with a wide variety of medical conditions as members of an interdisciplinary team that includes a care manager, social worker and nurse practitioner, etc. The devotion of our team of physician faculty, PharmDs, Clinical Psychologist and support staff provides an energetic educational experience that is structured to meet all requirements while meeting the goals of each individual resident physician.

The introduction of our Integrative Medicine Track is an exciting complement to our Osteopathic Track and our extensive elective rotation options to ensure every resident has the opportunity to become the family physician he or she has dreamed of becoming.