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The Family Medicine Residency Network is based at the University of Washington in Seattle and comprises twenty-nine family medicine residency programs across five northwestern states, each members of a larger collaborative program often referred to as WWAMI.

Navigate directly to any of the affiliated programs’ websites by visiting the Affiliated Programs page.

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2016-2017 Fellowship Graduation

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Faculty Development Fellows who graduated in June 2017!

Alaska Family Medicine 20th Anniversary and Graduation Celebration

The Alaska Family Medicine Residency program in Anchorage celebrated their 20th anniversary on Friday, June 30, 2017. During the celebration…Read More

Residency Expansion

The Family Medicine Residency Programs in the Family Medicine Residency Network continue to expand to increase opportunities for medical student…Read More

Valley Family Medicine 30th Anniversary

2017 marks the 30th anniversary for the Valley Family Medicine Residency program. Valley Family Medicine received their initial accreditation in…Read More

Congratulations to Montana Family Medicine

Congratulations to Montana Family Medicine for receiving the 2017 ACGME and Gold Foundation DeWitt C. Baldwin, Jr. Award. Roxanne Fahrenwald,…Read More

Faculty Development Webinars

Join us the first Wednesday of every month for our faculty development webinars. Topics range from faculty wellness to GME…Read More

UW Family Medicine Residency Network named #1

The University of Washington Family Medicine Residency was named the #1 Family Medicine Residency in the United States by US News…Read More

Health Sciences Library

WWAMI Network Residents and Clinical Faculty Did you know with your Network affiliation you have access to every reference resource…Read More

Governor Inslee Signs Bill Supporting Family Medicine Education

This state funding will help existing programs and develop new programs to increase family physicians in rural and underserved communities.