Category Archives: Family Medicine

Procedural Competency

I walked into the exam room with my preceptor and greeted Mrs. and Mr. M warmly, already familiar with their faces as this was the third visit in three weeks for Mrs. M to get bilateral injections of Orthovisc (a substance called hyaluron shown to maintain joint fluid and support cartilage), into her knee joints. […]


I just finished yet another rotation, this one in family medicine. There are so many core attributes of family medicine that totally resonant with my values and beliefs about how health care should be delivered. Continuity of care is, in my mind, one of the best parts of family medicine – the fact that a […]