SCFM Announces New Residency Class

(PUEBLO, COLO.) Southern Colorado Family Medicine Residency (SCFM), a department of St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center, recently announced that it has accepted eight individuals into its residency program.This three-year program provides one of the final stages of graduate medical training and delivers hands-on experience in the clinical setting for future doctors before advancing to the medical field independently.

Rabaiya Ali, MD, Nataliia Baker, MD, Tim Farley, MD, Ashley Harmening, DO, Elsie Haynes, DO, Stephanie Payne, DO, Zachary Spinuzzi, MD, and Stephanie Zimbelman, DO, are the hospitals newest residents and comprise the SCFM Residency graduating class of 2019. In addition, Drs. Ali and Baker will partake in the Alamosa Rural Track, a new program offered by SCFM that offers experience in providing high-quality care to rural communities.

This will be the 42nd graduating class from the residency program. SCFM is among only eight other family medicine residencies in the state, and is the only program in Pueblo of its kind. The SCFM residency program is esteemed for offering one-on-one learning opportunities where residents learn directly from clinical faculty and specialists.


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