The Family Medicine Residency Programme which started its first intake of residents in Year 2011, has a 3-year duration similar to the previous MMed (FM) Programme.
The programme aims to equip the resident with educational and clinical experiences in accordance with ACGME-I standards, which focuses on structured training and close supervision. The resident will undergo clinical rotations in the hospitals and polyclinics, call-back sessions and teaching sessions that combine foundation teaching, continuity clinics, skills workshops/attachments and community medicine etc. Regular formative assessments will also be introduced to enhance the training progress of the resident
For more details, you may refer to the Singhealth Residency webpage, the NHG-AHPL Residency webpage, and the NUHS Residency webpage.
Becoming a Family Physician
- Entry Criteria for Family Physician Accreditation
- Application for Family Physician Accreditation
- Family Medicine Residency Programme