class of 2021 united family physician residents

The United Family Medicine Residency Program is accredited by the ACGME and approved for 21 residency positions (7- 7- 7). The program utilizes the extensive resources of the Allina Health, including United Hospital, Children's Minnesota Hospital - St. Paul, a wide variety of metro-area specialty clinics and resource-rich rural settings. The United Mother Baby Center, a collaboration of United and Children's Hospitals, brings together a multidisciplinary team of obstetrical providers, the region’s top maternal fetal medicine specialists, and a level III NICU to deliver exceptional care during pregnancy and birth and exceptional resident learning. The United Family Physicians (UFP) Clinic, located in the heart of the West 7th Community near the United Hospital campus, is the setting for the resident continuity ambulatory experience.  The UFP Clinic provides high quality, full-spectrum primary care for patients of all ages, with a focus on meeting the needs of the medically underserved while caring for members of the community who span the economic spectrum. Other ambulatory experiences include a multicultural high-risk teen OB clinic, caring for patients for addiction, including medically assisted treatment, working in partnership with local community organizations on joint initiatives and projects, and making regular patient home visits.  The experience here is rich.

Program highlights

  • Community-based medicine
  • Underserved medicine
  • Homeless healthcare
  • Immigrant outreach
  • Rural medicine
  • High-risk teen OB
  • Centering Pregnancy®
  • POCUS & OB ultrasound
  • Anti-Racism and Cultural Humility Task Force (ARCH)
  • Sports medicine 
  • Global medicine
  • Procedural training
  • Gender-affirming care
  • Home visits
  • Fourth year of mastery option
  • Resident well-being curriculum
  • Away electives