We train Canada’s family doctors of the future to meet the challenges of practices anywhere by offering a strong and varied clinical educational experience. Located in the nation’s capital, our residents can access first-class learning environments at excellent tertiary care centres, with opportunities in both official languages.

A comparison of our teaching sites

 

  Civic Riverside Bruyère Primrose Community Pembroke Winchester Montfort
Location Central West Central East Central Central Varied, Central to Rural 150km northwest of Ottawa 30km south of Ottawa Central East
Curriculum Structure Block Block Block Block Block Horizontal Horizontal Mixed
Family Medicine Structure Hospital-based, academic unit Hospital-based, academic unit Hospital-based, academic unit Hospital-based, academic unit Hospital-based, academic unit Community Offices Community Offices Community Offices
Elective Time (PGY1, PGY2) 1 block, 2 blocks 1 block, 2 blocks 1 block, 2 blocks 1 block, 2 blocks 1 block, 2 blocks 1 block, 2 blocks 2 blocks, 1 block 0 block, 3 blocks
PGY1 Core Rotations 5 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Emergency, Geriatric, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, Rural, Elective 5 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Emergency, Geriatric, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, Rural, Elective 5 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Emergency, Geriatric, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, Rural, Elective 5 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Emergency, Geriatric, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, Rural, Elective 5 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Emergency, Geriatric, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, Rural, Elective 6 each Family, Emergency, Geriatrics; 1 each Hospitalist, Obstetrics, Pediatrics Wards, Internal Medicine; 2 Family/ Psychiatry Family (clinic and hospitalbased) blocks 1-11, 2-3 shifts of emergency and obstetrics in blocks 2-11, 1 shift/block in Pediatrics in blocks 2-11, Psychiatric emergency services over 2 weeks in blocks 3-5 4 Family; 1 each Obstetrics, Rural, Psychiatry, Emergency, Rheumatology/Orthopedics, Pediatrics Wards, Pediatrics Emergency, 2 Inter-nal Medicine
PGY2 Core Rotations 4 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Palliative, Hospitalist, Emergency, Rural, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Community; 2 Electives 4 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Palliative, Hospitalist, Emergency, Rural, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Community; 2 Electives 4 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Palliative, Hospitalist, Emergency, Rural, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Community; 2 Electives 4 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Palliative, Hospitalist, Emergency, Rural, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Community; 2 Electives 4 Family Medicine Obstetrics; 1 each Palliative, Hospitalist, Emergency, Rural, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Pediatrics Community; 2 Electives 6 Family/Emergency, 1 each Hospitalist, Surgery, Obstetrics, Rural, Selective ICU / Specialties/ Emergency/Anesthesia Family (clinic and hospitalbased) blocks 1-11 and 13, 2-3 shifts of emergency in blocks 2-11 and 13, 2-3 shifts/block in Internal Medicine/Cardiology in blocks 1-11, 16 shifts of Pediatric emergency in blocks 3-11 and 13 6 each Family, Geriatrics, Emergency; 1 each Perinatal, Rural, Pediatrics Community, Palliative; 3 electives

 

Program streams

Contacts

Dr. Ed Seale
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Dr. Courtney Guy
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