Riverside has a long history and demonstrated focus on physician education and offers on site residencies in the areas of Family Medicine and OB/GYN. For students who have not yet entered a residential specialty, a "Transitional Year " residency is offered where a multi-disciplinary understanding of many medical specialities is provided. All residency programs include significant opportunity for hands on training in a practice and acute care setting.
Family Medicine Residency
One of the oldest Family Medicine residencies in the country, our program places a strong emphasis on individualized programs tailored to meet the needs of each student. A high faculty to student ratio, assigned patient panels and a focus on the use of electronic medical records, insures today's students are prepared for tomorrow's practice. For more information please contact Ruth McCormick, Residency Coordinator, (757) 594-3878.
Supported by local private practice and hospital-based OB/GYN physicians, our residency program offers a wide range of hands-on clinical instruction in a private practice and acute care setting. Residents serve as on call obstetrical and gynecological back up to our Level II Emergency Room and Trauma Center and carry an assigned patient panel. For more information, please contact Betty Hamrick, OB/GYN residency coordinator, (757) 594-4737.
For students who have not yet selected a medical speciality or those who will enter other health related health fields such as public health or administration, the Transitional Residency provides a multi-disciplinary experience across many areas of medicine. Graduates enter a broad field of specialities including anesthesiology, dermatology, ophthalmology, neurology, pathology, physical medicine, radiation and radiation oncology. For more information, please contact Krista Booth, Transitional Year Coordinator, (757) 534-6111.