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Baptist Health University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Medical Education Program
The Baptist Health-University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Medical Education Program is now recruiting residents for two residency programs set to launch next summer in Internal Medicine and Family Medicine.
The three-year programs, which train up to 12 residents per year in each as part of a partnership between Baptist Health and UAMS, were granted accreditation approval in October by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Each residency option, mindful of the national shortage of primary care physicians, allows students to be educated by experienced, distinguished academic faculty on the Baptist Health Medical Center-North Little Rock campus.
Expanded teaching areas include sports medicine, women’s health, geriatrics, wound care and electives to complement each resident’s specific interest. The methods with which residents are trained will help them be life-long learners after they graduate with the skills they learn to use in residency.
For more information, including the application process, visit the Baptist Health-UAMS Medical Education Program website or call (501) 202-4831.