Family Medicine Residency
Trios Family Medicine Residency Mission
Train diverse family physicians to provide excellent physical and behavioral primary health care to patients in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas with an emphasis on the underserved.
To meet our mission, we will:
- Equip residents to engage with patients of all ages and backgrounds, fostering an environment of inclusivity.
- Recruit and train diverse residents and prepare them to enter outpatient primary care practice upon graduation.
- Graduate physicians competent in behavior change strategies.
- Develop family physicians who collaborate with patients to achieve improved health and wellness.
- Empower residents and faculty to serve as leaders in healthcare and their community.
- Collaborate within our community to provide and create innovative educational programs.
- Support resident interests which result in scholarly activity.
- Foster resident and faculty wellbeing with the development and encouragement of dynamic and robust resiliency strategies.
- Prepare residents to utilize best practices for safety and quality in the practice of medicine.
The Trios Family Medicine Residency Program is committed to train physicians to become independent providers dedicated to compassionate, quality, patient-centered care and continual learning. The program is an ACGME accredited program and part of the WWAMI Family Medicine Network.
The Trios Health Family Medicine Residency Program is 36 months in duration and includes both inpatient and outpatient experiences. One-on-one training is provided by faculty who work at Trios Health and in the community.
Trios Health Family Medicine Residency clinic is where the Family Medicine residents have their continuity of care clinic. It is operated within the Trios Care Center at deBit near the Trios Family Birthing Center. The clinic is the heart of the training program for our residents. The clinic provides a learning environment that embraces evidence-based medicine and creates opportunities for longitudinal hands-on experience. Residents will be given increasing patient care responsibilities commensurate with their level of knowledge and skill.
In accordance with Proclamation 21-14.1, made by Governor Inslee, all health care employees in Washington State are required to be fully vaccinated with a recommended COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. If you are entitled under applicable law to a disability-related reasonable accommodation or sincerely held religious belief accommodation, then you are exempt from the proclamation.
Use the Trios Find a Provider link below to find our Trios Resident Physicians.
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