Education at UW Family Medicine

The Department of Family Medicine trains a variety of learners in a number of healthcare specialties on the delivery of patient-focused primary care. Information about the various training programs can be found as follows:
Physician Assistant Training Program (MEDEX NW)
Bachelor of Clinical Health Services
Master of Clinical Health Services
Medical Student Education
Graduate Medical Education
Family Medicine Residency
Sports Medicine Fellowship
Global Health Fellowship
NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship
Faculty Training Programs
Family Medicine Residency Network Faculty Fellowship

Continuing Medical Education


The UW Department of Family Medicine and affiliated residency programs offer the following fellowship training opportunities.

NRSA Primary Care Research Fellowship
A two-year program available to graduating residents or family physicians with practice experience to gain formal research training in preparation for an academic career


Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
Global Health Fellowship
Reproductive Health & Advocacy Fellowship

WWAMI Network

Faculty Development Fellowship
Designed to prepare family physicians for full-time teaching careers; fellows spend one year in one of the UW-affiliated family medicine residency programs
Other Network Fellowships
Affiliated Network programs offer clinical fellowships in the following topic areas:

  • Addiction Medicine
  • HIV
  • Geriatrics
  • Obstetrics
  • Rural Family Medicine
  • Sports Medicine