Program Mission Statement
The UC Davis Family Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Training Program seeks to train physicians who will practice both family medicine and psychiatry. Our goal is to improve the physical and mental health of our community, both globally and locally, by providing residents with diverse and foundational family medicine and psychiatry opportunities to learn and grow as clinicians. We hope to prepare and inspire our residents to make a difference in the world through research , education, advocacy, and clinical practice.
- Train residents from diverse backgrounds to be outstanding primary care physicians and psychiatrists who provide “whole person” care using a variety of clinical settings.
- Train residents to provide high quality care to underserved and diverse patient populations.
- Train residents to become effective educators.
- Promote leadership, advocacy, and social responsibility.