• Clerkship Overview

  • The Basics

    St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency strongly encourages self-directed and patient-driven adult education. The presence of enthusiastic medical students in the residency provides a spark to this type of education. The St. Anthony Family Medicine residents look forward to teaching medical students and often find themselves learning as they teach. Faculty are frequently recharged by the students as well.

    There are two different organized learning experiences as well as a sub-internship offered at St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency:

    • The inpatient clerkship teams medical students with the residents on the inpatient medicine services. The students will assume primary care of patients with the residents and work directly with them. Medical students may choose to do inpatient medicine, obstetrics or a combination of the two.
    • The outpatient clerkship allows the medical student to experience the residency outpatient clinic. Students work one-on-one with residents and faculty as they care for the residency's patient population in the ambulatory setting.

      Family Medicine Sub-Internship (4 weeks total):  2 weeks on the family medicine inpatient service; 1 week on the family medicine OB service and 1 week in the family medicine outpatient clinic. 

    Prior to a clerkship  being approved,  there must be a signed Educational Agreement between your medical school and St. Anthony North Hospital.  Contact Lupe Ambriz for more details (see below).

    Clerkship Application
    If you are interested in applying for a clerkship with our residency program please contact Lupe Ambriz at (303) 430-6000 or email her at  GuadalupeAmbriz@centura.org .

    Application Requirements and Course Description

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