Family Medicine Residency Program
We are the premiere Womack Army Medical Center Family Medicine Residency. Fort Bragg is the most populous military installation in the world, serving over 50,000 active duty troops and tens of thousands more dependents and retirees. Womack has the privilege of serving this large and diverse population with the distinction of a full contingency of specialists without opposition from an internal medicine residency or fellowships. We offer our residents a chance to regularly work with complex disease processes while mastering management of the most common inpatient ailments. With a dynamic curriculum and a revolutionary research mentorship program, unparalleled academics accompany an unrivaled clinical experience.
The program fosters an environment where duty hours are taken seriously, and the stress of residency is balanced by camaraderie, active faculty mentors, dedicated resident advocacy, evidence-based self-care built into curriculum, and scheduled extracurricular activities. We firmly believe that a Family Medicine physician must be well-rounded in academics, clinical experience, and life-goals outside of medicine to truly relate to and serve patients in a primary care setting.
If you want to be part of a residency program that can train you to practice at the top of your license, whether you want to go into operational medicine, seek a fellowship, or serve as a community physician, apply for a clerkship or request an interview.
We generate Army Family Physicians who are committed to achieving excellence in improving the health of their patients, their families, and their communities, who are capable of worldwide medical support of DOD forces, and who are competent leaders within their organizations.
- Develop Family Physicians who provide first-contact, continuous, comprehensive, and coordinated primary care with an emphasis on improving the health of the community.
- Train highly competent Family Physicians who are capable of providing world-wide medical care (clinic, hospital, austere, underserved).
- Generate Family Physicians with a passion for scholarship who demonstrate expertise in both research and quality improvement.
- Graduate military physician leaders who are competent in influencing and driving change within their organizations and communities.