About our Residency

Marquam Hill

What sets us apart

Residents enjoy a personal, small-team experience within their clinics, with all the benefits of a large hospital system. Our patient-centered clinical teams of practicing faculty, residents, and staff see about 200,000 patients per year. We offer residents:

  • Full-spectrum maternity care with an option for C-section training for motivated residents
  • Research department with expertise in educational, clinical, translational, and evidence based communication research
  • Balance of tertiary care training and education experiences in both community and rural settings
  • Collaborative relationship with faculty
  • Vibrant communities rich in arts, environmental, recreational, and culinary experiences
  • Rural health centers
  • Kaiser Permanente practice
  • Urban community practices
  • Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • University-based practices

A residency experience tailored just for you

Our four-year Family Medicine curriculum is focused on you: the modern, full-spectrum practitioner. We provide flexibility to explore multiple areas of interest and to develop skills that will serve you in the 21st century. In our program, you will experience:

  • Individualized learning plans
  • Career selective blocks
  • Life-long learning skills
  • Inter-professional team-based care
  • Training in population health
  • Information management
  • Transitions of care skills
  • Commitment to public policy

Diversity at OHSU Family Medicine

Family medicine is a specialty that thrives on forward-thinking, inclusive, work. Without the contributions of every member of the Department of Family Medicine, we would not have achieved the level of success that we enjoy and appreciate each day. For the sake the of the future of primary care, we are committed to recruiting and engaging staff, faculty, and residents with a multitude of backgrounds and interests. To learn more about diversity at OHSU Family Medicine, click here.

Here's to the next generation

OHSU Family Medicine residents leave their residency equipped to advocate for public health and primary care as physicians, medical directors, educators or leaders in healthcare policy.