U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren Visits CHA
Member of the 100 Million Healthier Lives Campaign
The Tufts University Family Medicine Residency at CHA
is redefining excellence in primary care:
CHA is a network of 12 primary care clinics and 3 community hospitals with the explicit mission to serve our diverse and complex patient population. We cultivate a passion for health equity and deliver the training needed to provide excellent care across a spectrum of primary care, population health, mental health, and substance abuse.
Emphasis on Outpatient Training
Our residents become expert outpatient clinicians, understanding the unique and sophisticated skills needed in primary care. Our clinic is our curriculum and is recognized as a NCQA Level 3 (highest rank) Patient Centered Medical Home.
A Team Approach
Our residents develop strong and nuanced skills in team development, collaboration and leadership needed for effective team-based care.
Competency Based Curriculum
We support adult learners with clear learning goals. A robust information mastery curriculum creates a culture of evidence-based medicine, and a rigorous collection of didactics and clinical experiences backed by a sophisticated assessment system puts the learner in the driver’s seat.
Leadership, Quality Improvement and Change Management
Residents participate in longitudinal experiential and didactic work to equip them to be drivers of authentic improvement and innovation in primary care.
Areas of Concentration
Each resident graduates with advanced training in a self-selected area of interest within family medicine, including: Women’s health, addiction, adolescent and pediatrics, inpatient, geriatrics, integrative, sports, palliative care, PCMH, community health, and academic medicine.
Each individual has a unique story. We aspire to be curious and learn from one another in service of being better colleagues and better doctors. All teach, all learn.