Southern Colorado Family Medicine Residency

A robust adult medicine inpatient family medicine residency run by our clinical faculty at Southern Colorado Family Medicine.

Southern Colorado Family Medicine Residency

A robust adult medicine inpatient family medicine residency run by our clinical faculty at Southern Colorado Family Medicine.

St. Mary Corwin Hospital
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Southern Colorado Family Medicine Residency

Southern Colorado Family Medicine has its own robust adult medicine inpatient service run by our family medicine faculty. Our family medicine faculty and staff are unopposed to and emphasize one-on-one teaching. This gives our residents the opportunity to learn directly from the clinical faculty and specialists through our available medical student rotations.

We are accredited with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and have Osteopathic recognition with the ACGME. 

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Southern Colorado Family Medicine Residency is where the outpatient care takes place. The residency provides care to a socioeconomically diverse population and utilizes a sliding-fee schedules for the medically indigent.

For questions about our residency, contact Nancy Hamilton:

A residency for our Pueblo community

Southern Colorado Family Medicine is located in sunny, beautiful, unspoiled Pueblo, Colorado. Our faculty and experience providers serve the Pueblo community with expertise in a variety of procedures including C-Sections, Colonoscopies, OB Ultrasound, Acupuncture, OMT and many others. 

Over half of our graduates stay in the state of Colorado and serve in rural areas after their residency. Find affordable and friendly, outdoor lifestyles in Pueblo and additional experiences whenever and wherever you like. 

  • Only 90 minutes from great skiing 
  • 40 minutes from Colorado Springs 
  • 90 minutes from Denver 
  • No traffic or rush hour worries
  • Hiking, skiing, starry nights and camping
  • Quick access to unspoiled mountains
  • Miles of mountain and paved bike paths
  • Kayaking, river rafting and fishing
  • Shopping, fine restaurants and local theatre
  • Very affordable homes and low crime-rate
  • Beautiful climate year round

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Centura Health
Centura Health connects individuals, families and neighborhoods across Colorado and western Kansas with more than 6,000 physicians and 21,000 of the best hearts and minds in health care. Through our 17 hospitals, two senior living communities, health neighborhoods, physician practices and clinics, home care and hospice services, and Flight For Life® Colorado, we are making the region’s best health care accessible and affordable in every community we serve.

Our Mission: We extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities.

Our Vision: Every community, every neighborhood, every life – whole and healthy.

Our core Values:

  • Compassion
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Spirituality
  • Stewardship
  • Imagination
  • Excellence

Our Sponsors
In 1996, Advent Health and CommonSpirit Health formed Centura Health, a Christian, not-for-profit health system whose incredible people are on a mission to build whole person care and flourishing communities.

Our legacy demonstrates the importance of diversity in thought, word, and action as our founders pursued equality and justice especially for the outsiders, the strangers, the lonely, and the oppressed. Today, it is our turn to carry that same intentionality forward as we continue to walk on our journey of ensuring diversity and inclusivity, and as we drive change in our communities.

Centura Health’s work on diversity and inclusion includes a Social Justice Framework that entails, not only work that has begun, but work that will begin and carry into the future, impressing on the importance of action in this space.

Recognition and Support 

  • Centura governance will directly reflect the diversity of communities and individuals we serve
  • Develop a senior executive leader – reporting directly to the President and Chief Executive Officer – to lead, coordinate, and facilitate our social justice actions.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday as a paid holiday which will serve as an annual day of prayer, reflection, and dialogue at Centura Health (with programming and education around cultural and ethnic holidays).
  • Establish implementation plan with timeline, metrics, and communication including an annual progress update to governance, associates, and physicians. 

Education and Development

  • Mandatory diversity and inclusion fundamentals education for all leadership and physicians

Human Resources

  • Formal policy, procedure, and process review and revision to ensure recognition of diversity and inclusion (including the absence of bias and discrimination).
  • Require diverse candidate recruitment pools for all positions and associated leader education to eliminate bias in the recruitment process.
  • Support local, state, regional, and national pipeline programs and fund scholarships in health care professions to increase diversity and inclusion amongst our caregivers (including physicians) Health Disparities.
  • Analyze, identify, minimize, and eliminate gaps in care provision disparities and health outcomes.
  • Adopt screening for psychosocial factors influencing health and connect persons to culturally congruent resources.
  • Expand and improve current social determinants of health categories within our electronic health record (Epic) to include social disenfranchisement, discrimination, and trauma secondary to racism to more accurately reflect the needs of vulnerable populations.

Community Impact

  • Expand our supplier/contractor base by conducting business with those who represent the diversity of our communities and the individuals we serve.
  • Establish a $1 million community grant program to meaningfully assist community efforts promoting equality, provision of medical services, and the training of community health workers.
  • Advocate towards formal local, state, and national policies removing obstacles in social injustice, diversity and inclusion, racism, poverty, violence, discriminatory practices, and their consequences.

We are one human family whatever our national, racial, ethnic, economic, disability, gender and ideological differences. Guided by our Mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ, we take meaningful action to heal and move towards sustained social justice.