Contact: Joy Gray, Program Manager 
United Family Medicine Residency Program 
Graduate Medical Education Offices 
Peter J. King Family Health Center 
1026 West 7th Street 
St. Paul, MN 55102 
651-241-1116 fax

Frequently asked questions

  • program designed to support each resident in their own, individual journey in medicine
  • unopposed community-hospital-based residency training program
  • stable, seasoned, and eclectic group of faculty offering a diverse background in healthcare
  • electronic health record implemented at Allina Health facilities
  • strong first-year call experience in large hospital with complex patients, evaluation, acute status changes and code responsibility
  • night float model, teaching management of patients, phone calls, obstetric and pediatric patients and complex patient problems that will prepare you for professional practice in urban, underserved, rural and international sites
  • faculty with Certificates of Added Qualification in geriatrics
  • faculty fellowship trained in obstetrics and C-sections
  • internist faculty
  • behavioral scientist is a family physician with over 20 years of practice experience
  • rural training exposure in second year of training
  • international medicine/global medicine opportunities
  • strong procedural training
  • dental curriculum at Family Medicine Center beginning in 2012
  • half-day all resident, all faculty didactic retreat
  • unique (and fabulous) Family Medicine Month curriculum
  • experienced residency nursing team focused on supporting residents and their patients.
  • high-volume obstetrics, with over 4,000 births annually at United Hospital
  • management of high-risk deliveries, with professional collaboration with OB and maternal-fetal medicine physicians
  • management of labor and delivery, making decisions from induction to delivery
  • high-risk adolescent obstetrics care training in continuity of care clinic at UFPHC and at Face to Face Clinic
  • resident deliveries with family medicine faculty and management of high-risk OB.
  • sports medicine clinic at family medicine clinic with family physician, fellowship trained in sports medicine
  • strong hands-on month-long training at western ski resort clinic
  • hands-on training with a family physician at rural site, fellowship trained in sports medicine
  • coverage of high school and college sports teams
  • excellent orthopedic training
  • USA Cup (soccer) participation.
  • excellent pediatric inpatient and NICU training at Children's Hospital – St. Paul
  • excellent pediatric emergency rotation, including pediatric fracture management and commitment to teaching residents
  • residency family medicine service (FMS) rounds on UFPHC clinic patients on Children's campus.
  • Health Care for the Homeless Clinic at Dorothy Day Center in St. Paul
  • Sibley Manor Clinic – offering care to immigrants and minority populations
  • Face to Face Clinic - high-risk, teen OB and consulting services
  • socioeconomically and culturally diverse patient population, providing primary health care and service regardless of the patient's ability to pay
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  • 426 operational beds
  • 28,165 annual inpatient admissions and 101,196 annual outpatient visits
  • level 2 trauma ER – busy emergency room training with a diversity of problems and ER physicians excited to teach residents
  • ER with 27 exam rooms, six psychiatric rooms, 12 observations rooms, and decontamination area, in-department computed tomography (CT) device, and patient care and family areas designed for greater privacy.