Graduate Medical Education

CCI’s Family Medicine Residency Program educates resident physicians to deliver quality and accessible care to community members, leading the way to a more equitable health care system for everyone.

Why Choose CCI

CCI is more than a doctor’s office. We are a non profit medical practice grounded in service. We believe that health care should be a safe and empowering experience for everyone regardless of age, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. We are a growing community committed to delivering non-judgmental quality care to over 34,000 patients.

When you choose CCI for your Graduate Medical Education, you will participate in an integrated care model that includes dental, behavioral health, nutrition counseling, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), CenteringPregnancy®, Title X Family Planning, and refugee health services.

Residents receive hands-on experience in:

Care for refugee populations

Infectious disease care

Group prenatal care models

Family planning services

Language diversity & more!

CCI’s Family Medicine Residency Program will be accepting applications for the 2025 Match.

Comprehensive Training
Our Family Medicine Residency Program offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes inpatient and outpatient training, preventive care, chronic disease management, acute care, and office-based procedures. Residents gain hands-on experience in diverse clinical settings, preparing them for primary care practice.

We believe in the power of community and prioritize serving the needs of vulnerable populations. Our Family Medicine Residency Program is strategically located in underserved areas, giving residents a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the community and understand its specific health care challenges.

Whole-Person Care

We emphasize a holistic approach to health care, recognizing that individuals and families require comprehensive care beyond medical treatments. Residents learn to address social determinants of health, mental health, and the cultural context of their patients to deliver patient-centered care.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

We foster a collaborative environment, encouraging residents to work closely with other healthcare professionals such as medical assistants, nurses, nutritionists, behavioral health counselors, dental providers, WIC colleagues, and community health workers. This collaboration enhances the effectiveness of care delivery and promotes an integrated approach to patient well-being.

Cultural Humility

Our Family Medicine Residency Program values diversity and strives for cultural competence. Residents have the opportunity to work with patients from various backgrounds, enhancing their understanding of different cultures, beliefs, and health care practices, ultimately fostering a more inclusive and culturally sensitive approach to care.

Advocacy and Health Equity

We are committed to advancing health equity and social justice. Our Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents to become advocates for their patients and communities, empowering them to address systemic barriers that perpetuate health disparities and work towards creating lasting change.

As resident physicians, you will:

Acquire the skills necessary to provide patient-centered care with a lens of cultural humility

Actively engage with the community and advocate for health equity and justice for all

Treat marginalized patient populations in a community-based care setting

Transform community health care

Emerge as physician leaders who recognize social determinants of health and address health disparities

Have Questions?

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