Shasta Community Health Center is now an ACGME accredited 1-2 Rural Training Program. Our program will be taking two 1st year (PGY-1) and two 2nd year (PGY-2) residents starting July 1, 2013. The SCHC Family Medicine Residency will work closely with the Mercy Redding Family Practice Residency Program, rotating on inpatient services and sharing call. The first year of the program will be spent with the Mercy Redding Family Practice Residency Program and the next two years will be spent at the Shasta Community Health Center clinics.
Our goal is to train full spectrum family practice physicians to practice in a Community Health Center environment serving the otherwise medically underserved. The faculty at the SCHC Family Medicine Residency will strive to create the next generation of caring, dedicated health care providers.
We look forward to working with you and teaching our residents full spectrum Family Medicine in a small community with an underserved population. Redding is located in beautiful Northern California and offers an abundance of outdoor activities and recreational opportunities. Our city has many of the amenities found in larger cities. Shasta Community Health Center provides a supportive and compassionate training staff. We look forward to discussing this new and exciting opportunity with you.
Debra Lupeika, MD
For more information about this exciting Resident Program opportunity you can email SCHCResidency@shastahealth.org, or you can call (530) 246-5951.
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