Hanford Family Medicine Residency Program

Our mission is to train residents who are committed to serve our community with excellence, compassion and wholeness.

The Hanford Family Medicine Residency Training Program is the first in the Central Valley to be affiliated with Loma Linda University.

Hanford's longitudinal curriculum is designed to mimic the schedule of a rural family medicine physician. Residents will see their continuity patients at the residency's family medicine clinic and specialty clinics at Community Care - Hanford campus. Residents also take OB calls at the Family Birth Center at Adventist Medical Center - Hanford. Inpatient service call is at Adventist Medical Center - Hanford. Residents will have the opportunity to serve as first assists on surgeries including cesarean sections. Residents will be precepted by the Family Medicine Core Faculty along with other faculty composed of approximately 40 local practitioners and specialists.

Residency Program

Accreditation: Active Accreditation by ACGME

Faculty: Faculty members have diverse skills and training in family medicine, geriatrics and ethics.

Size of residency: 12 residents. 4:4:4.

Residency status: Unopposed.

Call: Call can be taken from home, no night floats.

Exam room

Patient Exam Room

Family Medicine Center: Seven spacious exam rooms, a procedure room, resident work and study rooms, a mini library and a conference room.

Medical Records: The residency uses EMR software Cerner. The hospital also uses Cerner software.

Lectures: Conferences are held every Tuesday entire afternoon with the addition of twice a month Balint sessions on Friday noon, and Journal Club, once a month. Every 5th Tuesday is a wellness day. Didactic lectures are provided by Hanford Family Practice Residency core faculty, residents, specialists, medical students and visiting lecturers at the Medical Pavilion Residency Conference room at the AMC campus.

Stipend and Benefits: The resident will be an employee of Adventist Medical Center - Hanford throughout the residency. Residents receive free meals at the hospital cafeteria.

Clinical Rotations

Hanford Family Practice Residency: Longitudinal clinical sessions in the following areas are scheduled for the residents to meet the Family Medicine Program Requirements to qualify the resident to take their Specialty Boards. These included inpatient/outpatient surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics, wellborn nursery, medicine, Family Medicine Center, cardiology, orthopedics, emergency room, dermatology, pulmonary, oncology, sports medicine, ENT, ophthalmology, radiology, urology, research and electives.

Community Hospital: Adventist Medical Center - Hanford has 142 private beds, including 22 intensive care beds and electronic medical records. A resident conference room, break room and sleep rooms are provided in the new residency suite in the adjacent Hanford Medical Pavilion. Adventist Medical Center is a five minute drive from the Family Medicine Center.

Residnet Sleeping Room

Resident Sleeping Room

Conference room

Residency Conference Room

Contact Us

Hanford Family Medicine Residency
1025 N. Douty St., Suite 105, Hanford, CA 93230
Phone: 559-537-0224
Fax: 559-537-0226
E-mail: Nohemi.Barriga@ah.org