Our Family Medicine Residency Program
Residents will undertake a robust curriculum of classroom studies and clinical rotations, working alongside expert instructors and physicians from a variety of specialties. Owensboro Health Medical Group physicians enthusiastically support this effort and will be actively involved with resident training. Our residents will be trained to deliver compassionate multidisciplinary team care utilizing our NCQA recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model.
The Owensboro Health / University of Louisville Family Medicine Residency clinic and headquarters are located at the East Parrish Campus, which is a 10-minute commute to Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, where most of the clinical rotations will take place. Newly opened in 2013, our flagship facility is licensed for 477 beds and is nationally recognized for its design, architecture and engineering.
On average each year, we have 16,000 inpatient admissions, deliver 2,000 babies and provide the region’s only Level III NICU. Owensboro Health physicians perform nearly 24,000 surgical procedures. Our physicians and staff have 70,000 Emergency Department visits and more than a million outpatient visits annually.
Resident rotations also include outpatient facilities and physician offices, nursing homes, and our Health Department, as well as an out-of-town inpatient pediatric rotation in Louisville at Norton Children’s Hospital. Most rotations are four weeks in length with longitudinal requirements of in-home visits, maternity care and nursing home.
Perks and Benefits
Our residents will enjoy competitive salaries and benefits, large classroom spaces and dedicated work areas. You'll have access to free meals in the physicians’ lounge, a monthly housing stipend and membership at our Healthpark, Kentucky’s only certified Medical Fitness Facility.
As a first-year resident, you’ll have book and software reimbursement, and in the second and third years, you’ll have reimbursement for CMEs, exams and professional fees and memberships.
“We have faculty who are highly interested in our residents’ education. We have an outpatient clinic where you will see diverse pathology. You will have the opportunity to do procedures and to learn from one another in an unopposed program.”
– Jon Sivoravong, DO, Director, Family Medicine Residency Program