USDs School of Medicine ranks nationally for producing family medicine physicians
According to the AAFP, 15.2 percent of the school’s graduates have entered an ACGME-accredited family medicine residency program – a statistic that places the Sanford School of Medicine within the top 10 schools in the U.S. for producing family medicine physicians.
“Family medicine has always been a critically important part of our mission,” said Mary Nettleman, dean of the Sanford School of Medicine. “This award serves as an affirmation of our strong tradition of maintaining the highest quality in family health care throughout the state and beyond.”
The Sanford School of medicine was recognized by the AAFP during the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Annual Spring Conference held Friday, April 27, in Seattle, Wash.
For additional information about the STFM Annual Spring Conference, visit www.stfm.org/conferences/annual/an/index.cfm.
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