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  • Residency Clinics
    At UW Health's Family Medicine residency clinics, resident physicians see patients and provide care under the direction of board-certified Family Medicine physicians.
    Residents are physicians who are receiving additional training after obtaining their doctor of medicine degrees. Residents have completed medical school and are gaining additional training in a field of specialized medicine, such as pediatrics or surgery.
    Resident physicians consult as a team with supervising board-certified faculty physicians as they complete additional years of training. They'll take the time you need while sharing the latest advances in medical training.
    Because of their education and experience, residents can make some decisions regarding patient care and perform minor procedures without direct supervision. However, they generally are overseen by an attending physician. Residents may stay in a UW Health residency program for three to seven years, depending upon their specialty.
    At our Family Medicine residency clinics, resident physicians participate in your care, performing examinations and assessing your health, under the supervision of attending physicians.
    The following Family Medicine clinics are residency clinics: