June 23, 2016 • Written in Resident Physicians 0 Comments

Tagged with Alberta Rural Family Medicine Network Rural Alberta North Rural Alberta South • Written by Jonathan Koch

2015-16 Rural Alberta North Graduation Congratulations to the 2015-16 Rural Alberta North graduating class:

Red Deer:
  • Dr. Lisa Boere
  • Dr. Brittany Craigen
  • Dr. Tara Dawn
  • Dr. Matt Dykstra
  • Dr. Cayla Gilbert
  • Dr. Baylee Henderson
  • Dr. Cole Leavitt
  • Dr. Harry Moore
  • Dr. Devin Ritter
Grande Prairie:
  • Dr. Sally Andreiuk
  • Dr. Alix Blackshaw
  • Dr. Florentina Duta
  • Dr. Kylan McAskile
  • Dr. Mallory Quinn
Fort McMurray:
  • Dr. Salah Aboughouche
  • Dr. Darryl Huang
  • Dr. Farhan Kahn
  • Dr. Seven Zhang

2015-16 Rural Alberta South Graduation

Congratulations to the 2015-16 Rural Alberta South graduating class:

Lethbridge:
  • Dr. Michael Beach
  • Dr. Heather Filek
  • Dr. Jessica Lydiate
  • Dr. Troy McKibbin
  • Dr. Michael O’Brien
  • Dr. Ashley Rommens
  • Dr. Amelia Leskiw
Medicine Hat:
  • Dr. Murtaza Amirali
  • Dr. John Bell
  • Dr. Wendy Hurdle
  • Dr. David Sameshima
  • Dr. Justin Steed
  • Dr. Stratton Steed
  • Dr. Jessica van der Sloot

The Alberta Rural Family Medicine Network (ARFMN) offers dedicated Family Medicine residency training to prepare competent physicians for the broad demands of rural practice. The Network is a unique collaborative venture of The Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan (RPAP), the Family Medicine departments of the Universities of Alberta and Calgary, and Alberta's rural physicians and Alberta Health Services.

Through the Network, a rural-based Family Medicine residency training program is offered collaboratively through two branches– Rural Alberta North (RAN) and Rural Alberta South (RAS) – which are units of the University of Alberta and University of Calgary Family Medicine residency programs.

The two-year Family Medicine curriculum provides training mainly in rural and regional community and hospital practices within rural Alberta. The curriculum is taught largely by rural-based family physicians and specialists attached to the Family Medicine and Royal College specialty departments of the Universities of Alberta or Calgary.


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