The Program in Family Medicine at the HMS Center for Primary Care is a learning community that promotes mentorship and collaboration among Harvard-affiliated family physicians, residents, and students, and advocates for family medicine as a specialty throughout the Harvard community.
To ensure that all HMS students have meaningful educational experiences in the specialty of family medicine, and that our unified HMS family medicine affiliates create and promote family medicine scholarship, education, and mentorship.
Based at the HMS Center for Primary Care, the Program in Family Medicine is building upon the growing community of HMS family medicine students, residents, and attendings engaged in family medicine education, research, and mentorship opportunities. The program was established in 2016 thanks to a generous donation made to the HMS Center for Primary Care. The director is Kathe Miller. Dr. Miller is a faculty member at the HMS Center for Primary Care who teaches throughout the HMS curriculum and has a busy community practice.
The Program in Family Medicine provides a center for HMS-affiliated family physicians to connect, share ideas, and build community. The program sponsors a wide range of projects, contact us today to join the movement.