• Dr. Harrison named chair of family medicine

    Dr. Harrison named chair of family medicine

    Jeff Harrison, MD, a key figure in Nebraska family medicine for more than two decades, will be the new chair of the UNMC Department of Family Medicine.

  • UNMC ranked in top 10 in primary care, rural practice

    UNMC ranked in top 10 in primary care, rural practice

    U.S. News & World Report has ranked the UNMC College of Medicine among the nation's top 10 best primary care programs.

  • 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.

  • Dr. Jones reaches out to community

    Dr. Jones reaches out to community

    Town hall hopes to boost vaccine numbers among Black and brown Douglas County residents

  • Rural America Live

    Rural America Live

    UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey Gold, MD, and Mike Sitorius, MD, 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.

  • Dr. De Alba joins national campaign against vaccine hesitancy

    Dr. De Alba joins national campaign against vaccine hesitancy

    UNMC's Armando De Alba, MD, assistant dean for diversity, equity and inclusion student programs in the UNMC College of Medicine, has been selected as a keynote speaker as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services begins its inaugural campaign to overcome vaccine hesitancy directed towards Hispanics in the United States.

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.

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