Residents of Northwestern McGaw Family Medicine Residency at Delnor will learn directly from attending physicians in inpatient and outpatient settings. Weekly conferences cover a broad range of topics that span the full-spectrum of family medicine. Residents will have exposure to ambulatory procedures in teaching workshops and clinic. In addition, our residents participate in small-group learning where we emphasis on scholarly activity, quality improvement and population health. They will also participate in hospital and clinic grand rounds and journal club.
Residents will work alongside their team members during 12-week sessions. We have designed our curriculum prioritizing clinic and team-based care facilitates continuous care for patients over the course of three years. The sessions include:
- Acute care: Adult inpatient medicine, pediatric inpatient medicine, emergency medicine and surgery.
- Chronic care: Team-based chronic disease and behavioral health management, palliative, endocrinology, pulmonology and cardiology clinics.
- Preventive: Ambulatory pediatrics, care of the older adult, dermatology, surgery, sports medicine and community medicine.
- Individualized: Gynecology, obstetrics, orthopedics, elective time and scholarly activity.