Today is Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017

Department of

Family and Community Medicine

Overview

The UC Department of Family and Community Medicine has played a leading role in fellow, resident, and medical student education since 1974 and continues to focus on improving the health of members of our communities and beyond.

Today, 57 core faculty physicians and 28 residents provide clinical primary care to roughly 100,000 patients per year at a variety of community-based clinical sites in the Greater Cincinnati and Wilmington, Ohio.

Faculty physicians and staff maintain a diverse portfolio of community activities ranging from operating a race track clinic for migrant workers, to providing maternity care at outpatient clinics, to conducting community lectures on a variety of healthcare topics.

With faculty expertise in a growing number of areas including primary care research, palliative care, geriatrics, and integrative health, the department is advancing the college’s commitment to cultivating learning environments, fostering research and scholarship, and providing innovative patient care within a patient-centered medical home.