Residency Programs

Welcome! The Department of Family and Community Medicine has been providing excellence in resident training for more than 40 years. We offer two unique, separately-accredited family medicine residency tracks—the Alvernon and the South Campus tracks. Residents enjoy clinical medicine and clinical research opportunities, numerous fellowship and advanced degree programs, excellent benefits and a diverse and talented faculty.

Please note, if you want to apply to both tracks, you must apply to each one separately, using their unique ERAS IDs.

Both tracks offer a strong and busy inpatient experience, outpatient practices with diverse and underserved populations, and the option to participate in the Health Care Disparities/Medical Spanish Distinction Track

ALVERNON fAMILY Medicine Track

* Innovative R1 curriculum design
* Robust ambulatory team-based care to serve patients and prepare residents for practice
* Longitudinal integrative medicine experience
* Cultivation of individual resident interest through four individualized elective rotation blocks
* Resident-driven point-of-care ultrasound training (POCUS)

ERAS ID: University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson Program
ACGME #: 1200312032


* Founded to train full-spectrum family physicians to be able to serve the medically underserved and rural areas of Arizona and beyond
* Dedicated refugee clinic to meet the complicated medical and social needs of our refugee population
Mandatory rural rotations in Arizona (16 weeks minimum over the 3 years)
* National Rural Training Track Collaboration recognition 
* Longitudinal robust Global Health Track
* Innovative, resident-led, hands-on/didactic curriculum including point of care ultrasound and code/emergency curriculums

ERAS ID: University of Arizona College of Medicine at South Campus Program
​ACGME #: 1200331692

Living in Tucson

Tucson, Arizona is an easy 1.5 hour drive south of Phoenix and about an hour north of the US-Mexico border. Although it feels like a small town, Tucson boasts many highlights of a large city. With mild winters and bearable summers, hiking, cycling, and various outdoor activities are possible year-round.

Living in Tucson