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Oregon Primary Care Residency Program Planning Grants

Oregon Graduate Medical Education Consortium
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

Marcus Alderman


Oregon Primary Care Residency Program Planning Grants provides funding to qualified hospitals and health centers in Oregon that intend to create primary care residency programs or family medicine rural training tracks.

For the purposes of this program, eligible primary care specialties include family medicine, internal medicine, general surgery, pediatrics, OB-GYN, and psychiatry.

Preference will be given to organizations located at least 100 miles outside of the Portland metropolitan area.


Eligible applicants are hospitals or teaching health centers delivering service in the state of Oregon that are able to meet current ACGME accreditation requirements.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Two grant amounts are available:

  • $250,000 for organizations that are planning to host a full residency program in a primary care specialty
  • $100,000 for organizations that are planning to develop a rural training track (RTT) program
Application process

A link to the application instructions is available on the program website.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis as long as funds are available.

Applicants that are not already members of the Oregon GME Consortium should send a one page Letter of Intent to prior to submitting a proposal.

Completed proposals should be submitted by email to Marcus Alderman.

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Graduate medical education · Healthcare facilities · Primary care · Oregon

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