Graduate Medical Education

Please note: The following information is intended for faculty, staff, residents, fellows, and others who work for the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.

What is graduate medical education in family medicine?

We provide academic, administrative, onboarding, recruitment, and graduation support for family medicine graduate medical education training and initiatives in partnership with the University of Minnesota Department of Graduate Medical Education and the Metro Minnesota Council on Graduate Medical Education (MMCGME).

Training programs include eight residency programs and the following three fellowship programs: hospice and palliative medicine, primary care behavioral health, and sports medicine.

Education initiatives include, but are not limited to, faculty development, global health, and programmatic courses.

Support services and resources

  • Recruitment events and meetings
    Upcoming events and conference for recruitment opportunities. Get involved in recruitment as a conference/event representative and/or at the recruitment meetings.
  • Resident academic business expense reimbursement procedures
    View your current balance. Learn what types of expenses are eligible for reimbursement. Please note: Information is for residents in the following programs only: Mankato, North Memorial, St. John's, St. Joseph's, and UMN Medical Center.