• SIM-NE hits the road, trains first crews

    SIM-NE hits the road, trains first crews

    Paul Paulman, M.D., Family Medicine Professor and UNMC assistant dean for clinical skills and quality, is principal investigator of the grant.

  • UNMC faculty make a difference in staff member's life

    UNMC faculty make a difference in staff member's life

    UNMC Department of Family Medicine staff member Jolene Wees and her family got to know some of the talented and caring health professionals at UNMC and Children's Hospital & Medical Center.

  • A Family Medicine Road Show

    A Family Medicine Road Show

    For the past five years the UNMC Department of Family Medicine has made the nearly-7,000-mile trek to China to educate Chinese physicians.

  • UNMC's Primary Care Program: Among the Best

    UNMC's Primary Care Program: Among the Best

    U.S. News & World Report ranks UNMC's primary care program among the nation's best.

  • New workshop draws undergrads from across state

    New workshop draws undergrads from across state

    UNMC played host last week to students from the Urban Health Opportunities Program (UHOP), Rural Health Opportunities Program (RHOP) and the Kearney Health Opportunities (KHOP) Program.

  • Rural America Live

    Rural America Live

    UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey Gold, M.D., and Mike Sitorius, M.D., chairman of Family Medicine at UNMC, discuss the future of rural health care and answer callers' questions on this broadcast of "Rural America Live" on RFD-TV.

  • Annual Resident Research Symposium

    Annual Resident Research Symposium

    The 5th Annual Resident Research Symposium on March 21, featured poster presentations and oral presentations from Department of Family Medicine residents. The top presenters are recognized at the annual event attended by faculty, residents, and staff.

  • 2018-2019 Family Medicine Residents

    2018-2019 Family Medicine Residents

    All training to be the best.

The Department of Family medicine is made up of over 110 faculty, resident physicians, and staff members who are dedicated to the training and education of tomorrow's medical leaders. With world-class facilities and world-class faculty members, we're helping shape tomorrow's family medicine physicians--today. Our impact is making a difference not only in Omaha, but the rest of Nebraska, as well as other states-- and even in other countries such as China.

We strive to make the information on this website meaningful, relevant, and highly accessible. If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to call at any time. We're happy to provide information on our Family Medicine Clinics in Omaha, our residency program, and the opportunities we offer for medical students.

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