Family Medicine

Clinical (Year 3 & 4)

Clerkship Program Year 3

The Year 3 Family Medicine Clerkship Rotation provides senior medical students with an opportunity to consolidate their skills in assessment and management of the wide range of illnesses and concerns presenting to a primary care physician in a variety of practice locations. Objectives for this rotation are framed around the following CANMEDS-FMU:

Four weeks in a rural rotation and four weeks in an urban/suburban location.

Structured educational sessions, including:
- orientation and introduction,
- large group session on musculoskeletal, and palliative care and
- student project presentations on core Family Medicine topics.

Urban Program Contact Information

Dr. Ann Lee
Clerkship Director (Urban)

Sarah Simpson
Program Secretary for Clinical Undergraduate (Urban)

Rural and Regional Program Contact Information

For all enquiries regarding rural sites or accommodations, contact:

Dr. David Moores
Acting Director Rural & Regional Health

Rattan Dhillon
Administrative Assistant, Rural & Regional Health

For more information about the Rural & Regional program, please contact the Office of Rural & Regional Health.