The Core, Sunrise, and Hospitalist are all full-spectrum training programs. Residents have their continuity clinics in Greeley for all three years of training and do their inpatient rotations at North Colorado Medical Center.
Core Family Medicine
Residents in the Core Program have their continuity clinic for all 3 years at the North Colorado Family Medicine office in Greeley, CO.
This is a full-spectrum clinic with several procedure clinics including: colposcopy/cryo, LARC, dermatology, OB ultrasound, vasectomy, joint injections, etc.
Hospitalist Family Medicine
The Hospitalist Program is based at the North Colorado Medical Center (NCMC) in Greeley, CO.
One residents per class matches into the hospitalist program and has their continuity clinic at the North Colorado Family Medicine Clinic in Greeley, CO.
Hospitalist residents have a block schedule/curriculum that emphasizes extra in-hospital training including working with the hospitalist group at NCMC.
Several recent NCFM graduates have taken positions as full-time hospitalists.
Sunrise Community Medicine
Sunrise Community Health is a Federally Qualified Community Health Center.
The Health Center is made up of 10 clinics in Northern Colorado.
Two residents per class have their continuity clinic in the Sunrise Monfort Family Clinic in Evans, CO.
The Sunrise Monfort Family Clinic has a large Spanish speaking population as well as a large population of refugees. The Greeley, CO area is the largest refugee settlement area in Colorado outside of the Denver metro area.
The Sterling and Wray rural program residents spend their intern year in Greeley and have their continuity clinic in the Core Program clinic. They then spend their second and third years at their rural program sites immersed in a longitudinal, full-spectrum Family Medicine practice.
Sterling is a North Colorado Family Medicine rural training program.
Sterling residents do their first 12 months of residency in Greeley, CO then complete their training in Sterling, CO.
Sterling residents have the opportunity to train in a fully-supported rural environment.
Training in Sterling facilitates a seamless transition to rural practice after graduation.
Sterling residents get surgical Obstetrics as well as strong GI endoscopy training.
Sterling Rural Training Program
The Wray Program is a North Colorado Family Medicine rural training program.
One resident per class does their first 15 months of residency in Greeley, CO then completes their training in Wray, CO.
Wray residents have the opportunity to train in a fully-supported rural environment.
Training in Wray facilitates a seamless transition to rural practice after graduation.
Wray residents get surgical Obstetrics as well as strong GI endoscopy training.