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Medical Students
Programs
 
The Phoebe Family Medicine Residency Program considers the training of medical students to be an integral part of its educational mandate and so we are pleased to offer many different types of clinical experiences to medical students at various levels of training, including
  • summer clinical studentships in family medicine for students who have completed their first year of pre-clinical training, and
  • core and elective clerkships in general family medicine

During their clerkships, students will have the opportunity to see patients who are varied in both demographics and medical problems. Students will interact closely with faculty and residents and will be able to observe a variety of approaches and attitudes with respect to the practice of medicine.

Accommodations are usually provided at the Crimmins House, named after Dr. Laurence Crimmins, former Georgia Family Physician of the Year and a retired member of our teaching faculty. This beautifully restored 1890’s Victorian cottage is located less than a block from the hospital and has nine single rooms with private or semi-private baths.

Please contact Susan Workman, Medical Student Coordinator, at sworkman@ppmh.org or (229) 312-8878 to learn more.


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“During their clerkships, students will have the opportunity to see patients who are varied in both demographics and medical problems. Students will interact closely with faculty and residents and will be able to observe a variety of approaches and attitudes with respect to the practice of medicine. ”

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