Community Oriented Primary Care +

Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) + Health Systems Science (HSS) = COPC+

The COPC curriculum is aimed at building skills in problem identification, problem solving, and need-based intervention on the community level.  Residents work with interdisciplinary teams within their community health center setting to identify and address needs of relevant stakeholders, leveraging community partnerships to enhance patient care. The purpose of the Health Systems Science (HSS) and Professionalism and Leadership in Practice (PLP) curriculum enhancements are to increase elements of interdisciplinary leadership and knowledge of community health care system function and finance in the resident learning experience. Find out more about COPC here at the Robert Graham Center

National Family Medicine Residency COPC

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