During your residency at Seven Oaks Hospital’s Kildonan Medical Centre (KMC) or St. Boniface Hospital’s Family Medical Centre (FMC), you will care for patients in clinic and hospital.
This wide range of practice environments guarantees learning experiences alongside interprofessional faculty members such as dietitians, pharmacists, social workers and nurse practitioners.
Your rural Family Medicine rotation means that as an urban resident, you’ll also gain rural exposures, helping you become a well-rounded family physician no matter where your future practice takes you. The variety of exposures across the Urban stream allow you to fully explore the discipline of family medicine and identify where your strongest interests lie.
Follow the links below for maps and detailed information about the facilities associated with this stream.
Family Medicine Block Time takes place over two years; five months in the first year and four months in the second year. In addition, all urban residents spend one month in a rural Manitoba community during their second year of training, as well as one month in a Family Medicine managed Hospital Medicine Clinical Teaching Unit.
Kildonan Medical Centre (KMC) residents do many of their off-service rotations either at Seven Oaks General Hospital (SOGH) or at the Health Sciences Centre, the other large tertiary care centre in Winnipeg. Family Medical Centre (FMC) residents do many of their off-service St. Boniface Hospital. (SBH).