Are you looking for a unique family medicine residency program? A program that offers training in community hospitals and an academic, tertiary care medical center. A program where you can truly begin to help people and develop into a skilled physician. Then perhaps the Cook County-Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program is exactly for you!
The Cook County-Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program is committed to preparing Family Medicine Residents for the unique experience of urban, community-based practice. Our mandate is to provide comprehensive, longitudinal training that equips the resident with the understanding, attitude and skills as effective patient advocates and potential leaders in designing successful care systems for traditionally underserved
and indigent populations across the life cycle.

This program provides training at three health facilities: John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County (formerly named Cook County Hospital), Provident Hospital of Cook County and Loyola University Medical Center. The program also focuses training in three community-based health centers that are located in underserved communities, which are: Jorge Prieto Health Center, Near South Health Center and Englewood Health Center.

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Last reviewed:
August 28, 2013

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