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Sample curriculum

First-year resident and intern

  • July–medicine.
  • August–surgery.
  • September–emergency medicine.
  • October–family practice.
  • November–pediatrics.
  • DecemberOB-GYN.
  • January–surgery elective.
  • February–radiology.
  • March–elective.
  • April–medicine.
  • May–elective.
  • June–medicine elective.

Second-year resident

  • July–surgery.
  • August–emergency medicine.
  • September–medicine.
  • October–pediatrics.
  • November–medicine.
  • December–surgery elective.
  • January–family practice.
  • February–medicine elective.
  • March–surgery elective.
  • April–medicine elective.
  • MayOB-GYN.
  • June–urgent care/family practice.

Third-year resident

  • July–pediatrics.
  • August–emergency medicine.
  • September–medicine.
  • October–elective.
  • November–medicine.
  • DecemberOB-GYN.
  • January–pediatrics.
  • February–medicine elective.
  • March–surgery elective.
  • April–medicine elective.
  • May–pediatrics.
  • June–medicine elective.

Medicine elective options:

  • Allergy/immunology.
  • Cardiology.
  • Dermatology.
  • Endocrinology.
  • Nephrology.
  • Neurology.
  • Gastroenterology.
  • Infectious diseases.
  • OMM.
  • Oncology.
  • PM and R.
  • Pulmonology.
  • Rheumatology.
  • Sports medicine.

Surgery elective options:

  • Cardiothoracic surgery.
  • ENT.
  • General surgery.
  • Ophthalmology.
  • Orthopedics.
  • Podiatry.
  • Reconstructive surgery.
  • Urology.

Medicine elective options:

  • Any of the above.
  • Anesthesiology.
  • Pathology.
  • Psychiatry.

Electives are also available at the University of Missouri Hospital upon approval.

Additional integrative medicine curriculum

Capital Region’s Family Medicine Residency Program has collaborated with the highly respected University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, founded by Dr. Andrew Weil, to provide integrative medicine curriculum for the residents.

The 200-hour curriculum includes modules in nutrition, lifestyle and exercise, herbs and supplements, woman's health, pediatrics, mind-body medicine, and special topics such as environmental medicine, immunizations and approaches to cancer.

This curriculum is offered to our residents and taken on a volunteer basis. It will be completed in addition to the requirements of the AOA residency.  Dr. Chris Link, site supervisor, will be overseeing the resident's progress and meeting with them on a regular basis. 

Capital Region is proud to be the first osteopathic Family Medicine Residency to offer this program.

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