We have eight family medicine residency programs—five in the bustling Twin Cities and three in beautiful Greater Minnesota
We train family physicians to provide comprehensive, personalized care for the whole family in any setting: urban, rural, global. Each program boasts unique strengths, culture, and sense of community. We take great pride in the rigor and scope of our training and curriculum, including complex care and obstetrics. Discover why we're a top choice.
- Why train in Minnesota? Learn more here.
- Find out where our 2023 family medicine graduates are now.
Interested in specializing in rural midwest primary care?
All of our residency programs prepare you for rural health, with three programs in locations that serve more rural populations (Duluth, St. Cloud, and Willmar). Find out more.
Minnesota's approach to family medicine sets us apart from other states and contributes to our status as one of the healthiest in the nation thanks to our robust primary care system.
- Join us at our upcoming recruitment events: Family Medicine Speed Networking, Howard University College of Medicine Residency Fair, AAFP National Conference, Meet Your Match, and the Family Medicine Midwest Conference
- Check out our rotations
- Learn about RPAP/MetroPAP
- Get involved with FMIG
- Apply for medical student course awards
*The Woodwinds Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program was formerly known as the St. Joseph's Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. The name was changed in 2021 to reflect our move to the Woodwinds Hospital.
Residency Programs Map
For general questions about the application/interview process or if you are not sure who to contact:
Marketing, Recruitment and Onboarding Administrator
For program-specific questions, contact each program’s director and/or administrator.
U of M Family Medicine and Community Health
420 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Specialize in rural primary care
While you will find rural healthcare training at each of our residency programs, we have specific family medicine residency programs in Minnesota that allow you to specialize in rural primary care as part of your training. Find out more about them below.