Medical education

Also known as: Residency, Medical residency

Providence Health & Services offers three residency training programs. Program details include philosophy, curriculum, clinical training sites, faculty profiles, and application procedure.  

Providence Oregon Family Medicine Residency is a 21-resident program under the direction of Glenn Rodriguez, M.D. This community hospital program has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) since 2000 and is the sole residency at Providence Milwaukie. Our program is located just six miles from the center of downtown Portland, Oregon.

Providence Portland Internal Medicine Residency offers academic training in a leading community-based medical center. Our program fosters a learning environment where the intellectual rigor of an academic medical center and the cutting-edge health systems of a top community hospital merge for the betterment of both patient care and education.

Resident education at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center (PSVMC) stands out for its superior internal medicine training, allowing our graduates to excel in outpatient, inpatient and/or subspecialty settings. This is a collaborative, supportive and academically rigorous environment with physicians committed to patient-focused compassionate care. Our curriculum and philosophy strive to create leaders with the tools to improve the lives of their patients, as well as shaping the healthcare system of the future, their practice and their communities.

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  • Providence Medford to host cardiology symposium for providers

    Providence Medford Medical Center’s Continuing Medical Education Program will host  “Supporting Healthier Lives from Prevention to Intervention,” a cardiovascular health symposium scheduled on Friday, Oct. 18 from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Rogue Community College/Southern Oregon University Higher Learning Center in Medford.

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