Family Medicine

Our Family Medicine Program is one of the oldest and most respected programs in the country. Because of our size, location and experience, we offer a flexible program that can be tailored to meet your professional goals. We have a dedicated faculty committed to providing you one-on-one attention and support, an exciting, diverse group of intelligent and dynamic fellow residents and state-of-the-art facilities.

  • Dually accredited program offers AOA and ACGME board certification.
  • No competing residencies give you ample time to learn procedures and gain experience.
  • Strong balance between hands-on clinical and academic training, including research opportunities and a regular schedule of conferences and grand rounds.
  • Outstanding obstetrics preparation and full exposure to procedures including C-Sections; with opportunities in enhanced obstetrics care in a rural environment.
  • High tech tools from an electronic medical records system to internet based, PDA downloadable patient records.
  • A diverse patient population providing the widest range of clinical pathology.
  • Gain competency performing colposcopies, minor surgery, cryotherapy, endometrial biopsies, and other procedures.
  • Neonatal training includes access to a Level II NICU and full-time neonatologist.
  • Moonlighting opportunities in the second and third years of residency.
  • UHS Primary Care at Johnson City is your single training site, eliminating the need to travel between multiple facilities; has specialty clinics:
    • Acupuncture
    • Gynecology
    • Ophthalmology (supervised by board certified optometrist)
    • Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy
    • Podiatry
    • Surgical (including skin biopsy and lipoma removal)
  • The UHS Family Medicine Residency is an NCQA recognized Level Three Medical Home in New York State. We were the first to achieve this status, leading the effort on patient-centered and directed care to improve access and coordination of care and population-based practice management. Our initiatives have resulted in improved quality of care for chronic care conditions and enhanced the training to prepare our family medicine residents for futures in primary care.

Fellowships after UHS Residency

UHS residency graduates are very successful in earning fellowships. Below are Family Medicine graduates who have earned fellowships since 1998:

Victor Kim, DO
OMM/Neuromuscular Medicine, Florida Hospital
John Leuenberger, DO Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship, Eastern Maine Medical Center
Lynda Tang, DO Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Cleveland Clinic
Brian Day, DO Geriatric Medicine, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Mary Rose O'Connor Day, DO Geriatric Medicine, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Daniel Day, DO Sports Medicine, Virginia Tech/VCOM, Blacksburg, VA
Kate Grant, DO Sports Medicine, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY
Stephen Kroth, DO Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Plus One, Millcreek Community Hospital, Erie, PA
Ann Teng, DO Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
Mark Thai, DO Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Plus One, Tulsa, OK
Rowena Reyes, MD Sports Medicine, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY
Jerome Mikloucich, DO Geriatrics, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY
Christine Blonski, DO Sports Medicine, Metro Health Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI
Michael Tunick, DO Sports Medicine, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY
Shawn Berkowitz, MD Geriatrics, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, NY
Erik Hiester, DO Interventional Pain Management, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Lazeni Koulibali, DO Emergency Medicine, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
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