Profiled Family Medicine Residency Programs: 2006 and 2007 16 years ago Bill Burnett 4 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFPEach year, family medicine residency programs are invited to be participants in that year’s initiatives of the National Project on the Community Benefits of Family Medicine Residency Programs. Each of the National Project participants is a current year institutional member of the Coastal Research Group.A 2007-08 initiative will be the development of regional “community benefits” reports, which will utilize a template being developed through the National Project. The first of these, being developed in cooperation with the Penn State University Hershey Medical School Department of Family Medicine, will center on the residency programs in Central Pennsylvania.Simultaneously, plans for additional regional community impact reports following the Penn State template are being developed in cooperation with Oklahoma University’s Department of Family Medicine and Scripps Hospital Family Medicine in Chula Vista, California. These will help establish templates for other regions of the country.The regional community impact reports synthesize various initiatives of the National Project. First, utilizing sophisticated Geographic Information Systems, displays will be presented of the location of the family medicine centers and other family medicine residency program community points of service. Socioeconomic information about the populations served by those service points also will be displayed,as well as the distribution of practice locations of the graduates of the residency programs in a region.Second, utilizing information obtained from the Site Visit Surveys of individual family medicine residency programs on the range of services provided in their family medicine centers and other service points; descriptions will be made about the the impact of these services of all the family medicine educational and service initiatives in a region on the region’s “safety net”, on its physician workforce, and on its public health needs.The following are the 2006-07 Profiled Family Medicine Residency Programs:Alabama: Medical Center East, Birmingham; University of Alabama, HuntsvilleCalifornia: Scripps Hospital, Chula Vista: Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Colton; UCSF Fresno, Fresno; Glendale Adventist Health Center, Glendale; Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, Lomita; Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach; Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles; USC Family Medicine, Los Angeles and San Gabriel; White Memorial Medical Center, Los Angeles; Stanislaus Medical Center, Modesto; Northridge Hospital, Northridge; Pomona Valley Hospital, Pomona; Riverside Regional Medical Center, Riverside; Natividad Medical Center, Salinas; UCSD Medical Center and UCSD/St Vincent de Paul Village, San Diego;UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco; UC Irvine, Santa Ana; UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica and Van Nuys; Sutter Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa; Ventura County Medical Center, Ventura; Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, WhittierColorado: Northern Colorado Family Medicine, GreeleyGeorgia: Mercer University, MaconHawaii: University of Hawaii Family Medicine, MililaniIllinois, SIU Family Practice, Decatur; SIU Family Practice, SpringfieldIndiana: Indiana University Methodist Hospital, IndianapolisKentucky: T. 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Samson Hospital Family Practice, Glasgow; University of Kentucky, Lexington; University of Louisville, LouisvilleMichigan: Sparrow/MSU Family Medicine, LansingMontana: Montana Family Medicine Residency, BillingsNevada: University of Nevada Reno Family and Community Medicine Department, Las VegasOhio: Dayton Community (Good Samaritan Hospital), Dayton; Mercy Health Partners, ToledoOklahoma: Enid Family Practice, Enid; Southwest Oklahoma Family Practice, Lawton; Oklahoma University, Oklahoma City; Oklahoma University, TulsaOregon: Merle West Health Center, Klamath Falls; Oregon Health Sciences University, PortlandPennsylvania: Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown; Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown; Altoona Family Physicians, Altoona; The Medical Center, Beaver; St Luke’s Hospital, Bethlehem; Bryn Mawr Family Practice, Bryn Mawr; Saint Vincent Health Center, Erie; Abington Memorial Hospital Family Medicine, Jenkinton; Conemaugh Memorial Hospital, Johnstown; Wyoming Valley Family Medicine, Kingston; Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster; Latrobe Area Hospital, Latrobe; Pennsylvania State University/Good Samaritan Hospital, Lebanon; UPMC, McKeesport; Forbes Hospital Family Medicine, Monroeville; Montgomery Hospital, Norristown; Chestnut Hill Hospital, Philadelphia; Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Mercy Hospital Family Practice, Pittsburgh; UPMC Saint Margaret, Pittsburgh; UPMC Shadyside, Pittsburgh; Western Pennsylvania Hospital Family Practice, Pittsburgh; Reading Hospital and Medical Center, Reading; Guthrie Clinic, Sayre; Crozer-Keystone Hospital, Springfield; Drexel University Hospital, Warminster; Washington Hospital Family Practice, Washington; Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center, Williamsport; York Hospital, YorkTexas: Family Medicine Center of the Brazos Valley, Bryan; University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston; University of Texas Health Sciences Center, TylerUtah: University of Utah, Salt Lake CityVirginia: Virginia Commonwealth University, FairfaxWashington: Providence St Peter Family Medicine, Olympia; Tacoma General Hospital, TacomaLast Updated (04 August 2007 19:47) people found this article helpful. 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