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Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency
Mountain View Regional & Lonesome Pine Hospitals
Ballad Health’s family practice residency program in Big Stone Gap and Norton, VA, is sponsored by Lincoln Memorial University’s DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Program residents will be trained by expert physicians who are skilled in traditional family practice and hospitalist services. On completion of the program, residents will have the confidence and expertise to deliver care to a variety of patients.
Benefits & salary
The osteopathic family residency program boasts a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Family medicine residents also receive time to participate in educational conferences, vacation days and educational allowances based on program year.
The residency program curriculum is 36 months long and meets all residency requirements, including a first-year internship.
Residents work under the guidance of dedicated faculty members, receive hands-on training in a wide range of specialties and have direct involvement in their patients’ care.
For a well-rounded medical training experience, residents also have access to tertiary care hospitals for rotations in specialized fields, including critical care, cardiology, neurology and neonatology.
As a resident, you will work in a rural setting for primary care training, while also gaining invaluable experience from larger hospitals featuring:
- Level I trauma center
- Level III neonatal intensive care unit
- da Vinci Surgical System
- TrueBeam STx with Brainlab and a Trilogy linear accelerator
- One of the top heart hospitals in the nation
The family practice residency program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).