Residents in the UHC Family Medicine residency program benefit from a balance of program-sponsored activities and resident-generated functions that allow them to develop personal and professional bonds that often last a lifetime.

You can catch our residents participating in a variety of fun activities, so there is something for everyone. From the annual intern picnic, to trivia nights, journal club, professional and collegiate sporting events, hiking, skiing, shopping, supporting community events, and even international food day, there is always something going on to help our residents balance the rigors of residency training with fun and relaxation.

Residents prepare to cut a cake celebrating their 100 percent pass rate on their board certification exams.

The UHC Family Medicine staff supports a local outreach project

UHC Family Medicine faculty and residents help at the Shriners Orthopaedic Clinic.

UHC Family Medicine Residency Program Director Eric Radcliffe, MD, drives the mini Corvette at the Shriners Orthopaedic Clinic.

A large group at the 2016 Intern Picnic participates in kickball.

Resident Mark Heino, MD, slides into base at the 2016 Intern Picnic kickball game.

UHC Family Medicine Residency Program Associate Director Elizabeth Hess leads a team-building activity at the 2016 Intern Picnic.

Chief Resident Andrew Berardinelli, MD, and his family smile with residents Lyndsi Cress, DO; Joanne Niere, MD; and Brent McMillion, MD.