Conway Regional Family Medicine program faculty are fully committed to fostering a high-quality learning environment for residents. Family Medicine Didactics will occur one half day weekly. The competency-based curriculum is organized by PGY year. The curriculum is designed by theme of the month and family medicine pertinent topics related to the theme.
We will also conduct hands on procedure workshops and behavioral health workshops during the academic half days. Journal club and Mortality & Morbidity conferences will be part of the academic half days. Residents are encouraged to present their scholarly activity presentations during this time. Additionally, didactic sessions include Noon conferences, Morning reports, and Tumor Boards. Themes our program highlight are:
- Behavioral Health
- Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders
- Emergency Medicine
- Health Maintenance/Preventive Care
- Infectious Disease
- Medical Decision Making/Evidence Based Medicine
- Morbidity and Mortality Conference
- Obstetrics/Maternity Care
- Pain/Palliative Care
- Respiratory Surgery
Our curriculum is designed to prepare the next generation of family physician and community leaders. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the Family Medicine Residency Program at Conway Regional provides residents a well-balanced education with rotations in all core areas of Family Medicine, including general family medicine, hospital medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and pediatrics.
First Year Residents
- Clinical Immersion Experience
- Adult Inpatient Medicine (3 blocks)
- Womens Health and Maternity Care (2 blocks)
- Care of Infants and Children (2 blocks)
- Inpatient Psychiatry
Second Year Residents
- Womens Health and Maternity Care
- Emergency Medicine, include care of Children (2 blocks)
- Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
- Adult Inpatient Medicine (2 blocks)
- Care of Critically Ill Adults
- Inpatient Pediatrics (in partnership with UAMS faculty at Arkansas Children’s Hospital)
- Inpatient and Outpatient Procedures
- Quality and Performance Improvement with Concentrated FMP
Third Year Residents
- Adult Inpatient Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
- Care of Infants and Children
- Community Health and Leadership
- Health Practice Systems
- Critical Care
- Infectious Disease
- Sports Medicine
- Other Opportunities upon request
At Conway Regional Health System, our goal is to let passion drive everything we do to deliver medical excellence with a compassionate touch to everyone who walks through our doors. Our mission is to train residents to improve the health of individuals and communities. We will achieve this by:
- Teaching the required skills
- Providing needed resources
- Fostering confidence within residents to practice comprehensive family medicine in any setting
While rotating at the family medicine practice in the Conway Medical Group, residents will explore social and economic determinants of health and medical care as well as develop skills for community-level interventions. At the clinic, we are committed to providing high-quality, personalized care for patients in all phases of life. Residents will practice primary care under the supervision of board-certified physicians, alongside interdisciplinary team members to provide quality team-based care.
To support the culture of scholarship, the resident will approach patient care with a spirit of inquiry that will last his/her entire career. The goal is for the resident to broaden his/her skills in scholarship including critical review of literature, evidence-based medicine, research methodology, data analysis, and scientific writing. Resident scholarly activity will be written publications and presentations at scientific meetings, Journal Clubs, and Mortality & Morbidity conferences at Conway Regional.
Residents will work collaboratively with members of the teaching faculty during their scholarly pursuits. If accepted, residents will be supported by the program and by Conway Regional to develop oral presentations, posters, or workshops in the local, regional, and national arenas. In the first year of training, residents will be engaged in quality improvement, patient safety, and research initiatives in collaboration with teaching faculty.
Scholarly activity is a requirement for accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The expectation is that residents will submit a poster presentation, abstract, or journal article for publication or complete a 30-60-minute presentation to their peers and faculty by the end of the second year of training. Additional interest in research or scholarly activity is encouraged but not required.