The Montana Family Medicine Residency Program
The Montana Family Medicine Residency was established in 1995 to meet the need of a shortage of physicians in Montana. The strength of this program is the current faculty and residents’ ability to be flexible and team players who are focused on patient care. Highlights of the curriculum are inpatient service which includes obstetrics, rural rotations, and the Wilderness Track. Please continue through the site to learn more about the program, faculty, and residents.
Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana
The Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana is a 3-year family medicine program sponsored by The University of Montana and affiliated with the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Network. FMRWM was founded on the belief that a residency program should develop excellent physicians and should serve the community, whether in a bustling university town or a hamlet of 200 people. And, since we are fortunate enough to call Western Montana home, the program aims to inspire a work/life balance that nurtures both personal and professional passions.