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Academics

Welcome to Education at the Queen's Department of Family Medicine! Our award-winning Postgraduate Education program offers four sites, all designed to prepare our residents to be confident and comprehensive family physicians. Our PGY3 Enhanced Skills Program offers a diverse range of options for residents interested in pursuing an additional year of training, and our new, five-year Public Health and Preventive Medicine Program strives for excellence in training and creative thinking in the specialists that it produces. Our Undergraduate Program makes students excited to learn, and leads them to be drawn to careers in Family Medicine.

Program Sites


Kingston and 1000 Islands

The Kingston-1000 Islands site offers a traditional rotation-based residency training program. At the centre of your training are 48 weeks of core Family Medicine placements.

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Belleville - Quinte

The Queen's Belleville-Quinte residency program places family medicine at the centre of your learning experience in a truly integrated, horizontal curriculum.

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Peterborough-Kawartha

If you are looking for a Family Medicine residency program that provides an optimal balance between learning and service, and the opportunity for continuity of care, then the Queen's Peterborough-Kawartha program will suit your needs. Residents work within well-developed, interdisciplinary Family Health Teams for 3 half days per week throughout most of the two year program.

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Queen's-Bowmanville-Oshawa-Lakeridge (QBOL)

Queen’s Bowmanville-Oshawa-Lakeridge (QBOL) is the newest community site in the Department of Family Medicine. Our preceptors have been teaching residents from the other Queen's sites for many years, and we are very excited to now have our 'own' group of residents.

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