UNC Health Southeastern Residency Program
UINC Health Southeastern has made a major commitment to developing and establishing osteopathic medical education. UNC Health Southeastern Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is a major clinical campus for Campbell University’s Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) and will continue to develop approximately 100 osteopathic graduate medical education positions over the next several years. Our first cohort of residents and students began in 2015.
CUSOM and UNC Health Southeastern announced a partnership on February 19, 2013, at SRMC in Lumberton. The partnership with UNC Health Southeastern involves training opportunities for third- and fourth-year Campbell medical school students, with additional residency programs provided post-graduation. Students and residents have the opportunity to train alongside primary care physicians at SRMC as well as primary care physicians and specialists throughout UNC Health Southeastern's network of 40 affiliates.
Advanced Learners/Medical Students:
Thank you for showing interest in our institution/programs, to request a rotation:
Advanced Learners are required to have a message sent to the attention of Destinee Scott from the preceptor of choice stating that they are willing to accept you as a learner, they will take responsibility for your learning during the time of your rotation, and will complete your evaluation
- Affiliation Agreement between their school and our hospital
- Letter of Good Standing
- Drug Screen
- Background Check
- Liability Insurance
- Coverage and to complete our rotation application which we will provide
- Please apply through ERAS
Contact the Medical Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (910) 735-8786.
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