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Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency

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Program Contact Information

Program Name: Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency
Program Director Name: Tara Scott
Program Coordinator Name: Sarah Rasmussen
Program Address: 3569 Round Barn Circle, Suite 200, Santa Rosa, California 95403
Program Phone Number: (707) 583-8806
Program Website: http://www.srfmr.org
Program Contact Email: Rasmussa@sutterhealth.org
Total # of Residents: 36
Number of PGY-1 Slots: 12

Program at a Glance

Does your residency program share a hospital with other medical specialties or is it the only one? Unopposed
Program Setting: Suburban
Is your program working in a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model? Yes
Program Emphasis (select all that apply): Advocacy, Behavioral Medicine, Community Medicine, Inpatient Medicine, Leadership Development, Obstetrics, Procedures, Reproductive Health, Women's Health
Sponsoring Institution: Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital
Special Electives or Rotations (select all that apply): Advocacy,Community Medicine,Global Health,HIV Care,Leadership Development,Rural Medicine Critical Care,Women's Health, Elective Asylum certification; Training in addiction medicine; Integrative Medicine
Which categories best describe your patient demographic? (select all that apply): White,Hispanic, Latino or Spanish Origin,Asian,Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander,Other race, ethnicity or origin
Accreditation: ACGME
CAFP pays for first year resident dues (dependent upon completion of the application). Please indicate if your program pays for second and/or third year CAFP resident membership.
Both PGY-2 and PGY-3 dues

Program Details

Program Highlights and/or Unique Curriculum Components (i.e. Fellowship Opportunities):
  • Strong Family Medicine with OB presence in the community
  • High volume training in Family Medicine-driven OB with moderately high risk patients
  • Weekly half-day of didactics with case-based learning, procedural simulation and lectures
  • Integrative medicine training for all residents and 1 year fellowship available
  • Full-spectrum reproductive health training with aspiration, medication abortion, LARCs
  • Outpatient continuity clinic in Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)
  • Culturally Responsive Medicine Curriculum
  • Advocacy training in resolution writing, op-eds, legislative advocacy skills
  • Longitudinal community partnerships with Roseland Elementary School and Bayer Community Garden
  • Mentorship Program for mentorship of high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Longitudinal leadership opportunities for all residents
  • Training in Addiction including Suboxone training, experience in Suboxone clinic and support for pregnant and new mothers with addiction
  • Program-wide efforts to transform learning environment through Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Advocacy work.
Faculty Composition:
The cultural, racial, socioeconomic, and gender diversity of our faculty have evolved over time from predominantly Caucasian and male to a more balanced cross-section. However, our core faculty does not yet fully reflect the diverse population we serve. To most optimally align with our patients’ needs. We recognize that this must change and are actively working toward diversifying our faculty.
As the diversity as our residents increases, we are leveraging the diversity of their insight in order to inform the cultivation of an environment where our residents can thrive, see themselves as future faculty, and contribute to recruitment efforts of diverse faculty from around the country.
Spouse/Family Opportunities:
Beautiful Sonoma County location with many outdoor recreational opportunities ranging from local parks to coastal adventures.
Fun Facts:
Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency, a UCSF affiliate, is located 50 miles north of San Francisco. This unopposed, community based program trains full-spectrum family doctors who care for multicultural, multilingual, medically underserved patients. Our training is academically rigorous and resident- driven with a unique humanistic approach to personal and professional development. Life in the midst of the redwoods, coastline, and vineyards of Sonoma County provides necessary respite during the intense experiences of residency training.

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