California Oregon Medical Partnership to Address Disparities in Rural Education and Health
COMPADRE is a multifaceted program that aims to reduce health disparities by transforming the physician workforce – to be better prepared, more equitably distributed and more deeply connected to underserved communities.
More specifically, COMPADRE will:
- Fundamentally change how learners are selected into UME and GME
- Redesign the UME to GME transition so learners gain first-hand experience in their future clinical learning environments
- Better prepare residents to care for populations in under-resourced settings
- Enhance well-being by nurturing meaningful longitudinal relationships within a thriving learning community
- Reduce regional health disparities.
What is COMPADRE? COMPADRE is a robust GME collaborative from Sacramento to Portland to reduce health disparities by transforming the physician workforce – to be better prepared, more equitably distributed and more deeply connected to underserved communities.
COMPADRE in the News
To learn more about COMPADRE, please visit the articles below:
- 8 transformative residency-training projects awarded AMA grants
- New partnership seeks to transform health care, graduate medical education in rural California, Oregon
- UC Davis wins grant to reduce health disparities, get more doctors to practice in rural California
- Dozens of community clinics, health centers and hospitals will become training sites for resident physicians from UC Davis and Oregon Health & Science University
- Towns from Sacramento to Portland will get more doctors, thanks to $1.8 million grant
- UC Davis to increase physician workforce with $1.8 million partnership from AMA