As a Family Medicine resident, you will have four separate rotations regarding obstetric care throughout your residency training. Learn more about our obstetrics rotations.
We designed our curriculum to optimize work and personal life integration while providing you with rich learning experiences. We are intentional about creating highly valuable on-call experiences that mimic models of what you might see in practice when you graduate.
During your first year, night call occurs on two rotations. During the second and third years of the residency, you'll have call from home every tenth night and every tenth weekend. Learn more about our call schedule.
Formal elected positions include:
- Chief Resident
- Safety/QI Lead
- Education/Community Health Lead
- Osteopathic Lead
- Well-being Lead
In addition to the elected positions listed above, residents have other opportunities to serve in both formal and informal leadership roles and partner with others to create new initiatives. Examples of past and current resident leadership and advocacy engagement include:
- Serving on the St. Peter Free Clinic Board of Directors
- Working with faculty to develop an addiction medicine curriculum to train fellow residents
- Spearheading the creation of a community garden to address food insecurity
- Serving as a board member for a national organization
- Creating a free clinic at the homeless shelter both initiated and ran by residents
- Developing a curriculum to educate young learners at the Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota
- Designing an individualized leadership elective rotation (upon approval and with faculty support)