Carle BroMenn Medical Center holds a firm belief that educating future physicians in our graduate medical education programs furthers our commitment to improving the physical, emotional and spiritual health of all individuals and communities that we serve; providing care with excellence and compassion; and working with others who share our fundamental commitment to improving the human condition.
The mission of our Family Medicine Program is to provide superior education and experiential learning to physicians and allied health professionals so they can practice high-quality, evidence-based healing care with persons of all ages and backgrounds, through relationships that foster respect and compassion.
We are dedicated to a diverse, systems-based learning environment to train neurological surgery residents through a patient-oriented approach, capable of meeting the unique needs of underserved rural and interurban communities, thereby improving quality and access to neurosurgical care.
Two- and four-week clerkships are available in a variety of specialties and settings to qualified medical and allied health professional students by individual arrangements. To apply, please contact the Carle BroMenn Graduate Medical Education department at (309) 268-3502 or BROM-GMERequests@carle.com.
Please send post graduate training verification requests to BROM-GMERequests@carle.com. For inquiries, please contact the Carle BroMenn Graduate Medical Education department at (309) 268-3502.