The Department is proud to offer a full-spectrum of medical education activities that includes medical student teaching, diverse residency programs and fellowship training, CME opportunities and robust faculty development programs.  So, depending on your specific interst, please feel free to explore our website.  While most ofour programming for UMass medical students i only accessible onour Intranet, we hope thatyou will gain a flavor for our teachings from this internet site.  For those interested in pursuing a post-graduate medical education program, we offer residencies in Family Medicine, Preventive medicine and Dentistry; along with fellowship programs in sports Medicine, Hospital Medicine and Preventive Medicine.  An MPH program is taught through our department on the Worcester campus but the degree is granted from our sister UMass campus in Amherst and is available to all learners.

CME activities include our weekly Grand rounds and annual ABFM Board Preps, Maintenance of Certification workshops and "Primary Care Days."  Grand Rounds are held every Tuesday at noon - watch for announcement regarding other events.

Finally, we are pleased to note our robust faculty development programs, many hosted through the Clinical Faculty Development Center(CFDC).



Dr Baldor

Robert A. Baldor, MD
Professor and Vice Chair