University of Montana’s Medical Residency Placement in Rural Areas Ranks High

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The University of Montana’s Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana was recently ranked second in the nation among surveyed residency programs for graduating the most family physicians that go into rural practice.

The Rural Training Track Collaborative conducts an annual survey of residency programs to recognize programs that consistently produce a high number of rural doctors on a three-year rolling average. The 2021 survey found that UM’s medical residency program produces an average of seven new rural doctors each year. The University of Kansas ranked first with 10 doctors.

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