Rural Track Program – Sterling, CO
Following a robust first year with NCFM in Greeley, resident physicians move 100 miles northeast to Sterling, a community of 14,000, for years 2 and 3. An entirely longitudinal curricular approach is taken while in Sterling, similar to the schedule a rural family physician would have. Most days include hospital rounds and continuity clinic with longitudinal procedural and specialty education.
First year of training with NCFM in Greeley, CO with traditional block rotations. Second & third year experience in Sterling, CO features entirely longitudinal curriculum. Strong clinic, ER, peds, OB, medicine and geriatric experience. Learn C-sections, colonoscopies, EGD’s, treadmills, OMT, emergency procedures. Two Sterling resident physicians per class.
The community of Sterling has a population of about 14,640 and is 100 miles northeast of Greeley which takes 90 minutes to drive on the interstate and US highway. There exists a wide range of affordable housing options.
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