Rural Training Track

Our Rural Training Track prioritizes providing residents with full-spectrum training in high and low-acuity settings to prepare physicians to meet the growing need for comprehensive care in rural communities.

Members of the Rural Training Track Team at the Salud Family Health Center.

  • 2 residents per year (2-2-2)
  • First intern class started in 2017
  • $300/month housing stipend provided through all 36 months of training in addition to excellent benefits through CU School of Medicine

PGY1: RTT interns live in Denver and have their continuity clinic at A.F. Williams Family Medicine Clinic and inpatient training at Denver Health, University Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Colorado.

PGY2 & PGY3: RTT residents move to Fort Morgan and have their continuity clinic at Salud Family Health Center Fort Morgan and inpatient training at Colorado Plains Medical Center.

Our Values:

  • Sincere Interest in Doctoring.
  • Inquiry and Innovation.
  • Collaboration and teamwork.
  • Responsibility beyond the program to improve primary care.
  • Expertise in delivering primary care in rural areas.