Introduction to AnMed Family Medicine
About the Program
Experience the full spectrum of medicine at AnMed's Family Medicine Residency Program. From labor and delivery to geriatrics and everything in between, our in-depth education is hard to find anywhere else.
Count on AnMed to be the residency program best suited to help you develop your professional interests and focus on your career goals. Your residency track choice offers you an exceptional, tailored learning experience. The Family Medicine Residency Program tracks are:
- Global Medicine
- Hospital Medicine
- Lifestyle Medicine
- Sports Medicine
- Women's Health
Since 1975, the AnMed Family Medicine Residency Program has graduated 398 family physicians that now practice in 39 states. See where our residents are making their mark in South Carolina and across the United States.
Salary & Benefits
Family medicine residents at AnMed receive a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, vision and life insurance, paid time off and vacations and many other benefits.
Your commitment, dedication and contributions to AnMed as a family medicine resident are recognized with a competitive salary.
- PGY1: $59,000
- PGY2: $60,500
- PGY3: $62,500
The AnMed Family Medicine Residency Program uses the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) to select family medicine residents. The residency program has 12 residents per year for a total of 34 residents. We encourage a diverse group of applicants who are passionate about becoming excellent family physicians to apply for the Family Medicine Residency Program.
The breadth and comprehensiveness of my training, coupled with the perfect balance of supervision and providing me opportunities to have increasing independence based on demonstrated competence, allowed me to confidently provide full-scope family medicine right out of residency.
Meet Our Team
Get to know the inspiring faculty and talented residents that make our program exceptional.
Learn about the outstanding faculty members of the AnMed Family Medicine Residency. Comprised of experienced clinicians, educators, and researchers, our faculty members are passionate about shaping the future of family medicine while educating and mentoring you. You'll work in a supportive environment that fosters your development into a well-rounded family medicine physician.
Our talented third-year residents have reached an important milestone in their training, having acquired comprehensive skills and a deep understanding of family medicine. They’re poised to become well-rounded practitioners ready to tackle the diverse challenges of primary care.
Our second-year residents have gained a solid foundation in family medicine. They’re expanding their clinical skills and taking on more responsibilities. Explore the backgrounds and accomplishments of these talented individuals on their journey to become family medicine physicians.
These talented and passionate first-year residents are the future of primary care and patient-centered healthcare. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences bring fresh perspectives and enthusiasm to our program. Learn more about our first-year residents who will impact the health and well-being of individuals and communities through their growth and development.
Life outside of medicine is important. Your training will be challenging and rewarding. Taking time for self-care and wellness, family, and your interests is necessary and encouraged.
AnMed residents enjoy a safe, vibrant community in Anderson, South Carolina, with excellent weather and a supportive educational environment. You'll have countless opportunities to pursue your interests and make connections.
Explore how the AnMed Family Medicine Residency empowers our residents to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
Mission and Aims
To prepare Family Physicians to practice, in any environment, while providing excellent evidence-based care to the population served and promoting personal growth, wellbeing, and lifelong learning.
- Residents must complete the required curriculum and achieve board certification, with growth in medical knowledge, patient care, procedural competence, systems-based practice, practice-based learning and improvement, professionalism, and communication.
- Residents should develop a personal growth and learning plan for residency and future practice by using faculty feedback, personal reflection, milestone evaluation, and the In Training Exam.
- To develop in residents and faculty the importance and attention to resources and techniques for enhancement of physician wellbeing and resilience.
- To instill in each resident a working knowledge of best practices for safety and quality, and to practice these skills in treating with the goal that they will be ingrained in future practice.
- Demonstrate the importance of social determinates of health and the care of underserved populations.
AnMed is proud to send out graduates of the Residency Program into the medical community to serve patients across the state of South Carolina and the country.
Many medical residency programs use these words to describe those who teach and train:
And all these words do indeed apply to members of AnMed's Family Medicine Residency program. But our commitment to diversity is one of the things that differentiates AnMed.
“We take our diversity seriously,” according to medical resident Amanda Davis. “Diversity is deeper than any picture. It has to do with experiences, beliefs, life stories and goals. Our patient population is very diverse as all of our faculty and residents know well from their daily walks with them through life.”
In addition to a diverse patient populations, AnMed’s Family Medicine Residency program’s commitment to diversity is expressed in these ways:
- AnMed Office of Diversity and Language Services – Committed to reducing health disparities in care, and provides interpretation services to non-English and limited-English speaking patients.
- AnMed Connect Symposium – Yearly event open to hospital staff and community groups to discuss diversity and health disparities.
- Anderson Free Clinic – Established in 1984 to provide care for the underserved. Staffed by volunteers, including residents and faculty.
- Residency Diversity Committee – A subgroup of residents and faculty who meet several times year to promote diversity within our residency program and to work on our cultural competency curriculum.