Primary Care Track Curriculum
The Emory University primary care residency track is a 3-year program led by Stacy Higgins, MD, FACP. There are approximately 50 new residents selected each year between the catagorical and primary care training tracks.
The goal of the Emory University primary care residency track is to produce outstanding general internists preparing for professional careers in clinical practice as clinician-educators or researchers.
The approach to learning in the primary care track is one of collaboration. With the family feel of a smaller program within a larger academic program, the primary care residents rotate through their ambulatory months together as a class, learning from each other and forming close relationships.
More than 100 graduates from the Emory University primary care track currently practice across the country in a variety of diverse careers.
Learn more about the primary care rotations within the primary care residency track.
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