The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine has the goal of being the premier academic primary care department in the nation. We prepare our trainees to become leaders in teaching, clinical care and public health. Among the sites in the training environment are:
Community-based urban and rural primary care practices,
Grady Memorial Hospital, a Level I Trauma and safety net hospital,
Emory Healthcare Midtown, an urban community hospital,
The Atlanta VA Medical Center, as well as specialty hospitals and practices,
The Good Samaritan Health Center, the Healing Clinic and many other community volunteer sites
The fields, packing sheds, migrant worker camps in South Georgia
Our Department at Emory has medical residency training programs in Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine. The entry-level Physician Assistant Program is ranked 4th among graduate PA Programs in the nation by US News and World Report, and offers a dual degree option. Our Family Medicine division provides learning opportunities in ambulatory primary care for the Emory medical and other health professions students. In addition, our department, in partnership with other Emory departments and affiliates, offers Physician Assistant postgraduate education programs in Critical Care, Urology,Cardiothoracic Surgery, and Primary Care in Patient Centered Medical Home. The Family Medicine division offers a faculty development fellowship.
The Southeast AIDS Education and Training Division provides continuing education programs related to HIV, and the Community Medicine Division of Grady Hospital Neighborhood Primary Care Clinics serves to provide an educational environment for Emory medical and allied health students as well as Family and Preventive Medicine residents.
The links provided here offer a glimpse of some of our many training programs. Please browse, and feel free to contact us with any questions.