Longitudinal Curriculum

2014 faculty

The Hanford Family Medicine Residency Program has a longitudinal curriculum. Our residency program curriculum is 90% longitudinal and 10% blocked. We have one month of block rotation in OB and two months of block rotation in pediatric care.

Our curriculum mirrors and matches the residency experience.

Our family medicine practice site is part of a Rural Health Clinic system that sees approximately 350,000 patient encounters a year. The Adventist Health Central Valley Network rural health clinic system has integrated specialty and primary care clinics located on the same campus.

Our residents are longitudinally rotated through various specialties during their entire training.

The strength of the curriculum is in part reflected in the In-Training Exams average scores above the 70th percentile and 100% Specialty Boards passage.