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The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education’s innovative National Family Medicine Residency (NFMR) is proud to be affiliated with HealthPoint in Auburn, Washington.
Our residency rotations take place at the following locations: HealthPoint Community Health Center Auburn, Multicare Auburn and Multicare Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital and Health Center.
Founded in 1971, HealthPoint is a certified Patient-Centered Medical Home offering patients medical care, dental care, naturopathic medicine, behavioral health care, social services, case management and an onsite pharmacy. This community-based, community-supported and community-governed network of non-profit health centers is dedicated to providing expert, high-quality care to all who need it, regardless of socioeconomic circumstances. All HealthPoint clinics are located in King County, which covers more than 2,100 square miles and has a culturally diverse population of more than 2 million. In 2016, HealthPoint served more than 84,000 patients over 300,000 visits, as well as more than 700 students through their School-Based Medical Clinics.
We also continue to utilize technology to foster collaborative and remote learning opportunities within our NFMR. Our learners share their Community-Oriented Primary Care research projects and participate in didactics opportunities with other NFMR residents across the country on a consistent basis throughout the year.
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Our residents say
"I chose The Wright Center because of its commitment to serving the underserved in the changing healthcare climate. My program positions me perfectly to address the needs in my community."
"At The Wright Center, I can strike a balance between work and family life. I feel I have become part of the community."
"I like the big city/small town feel of The Wright Center's program and the diversity of practice locations."
"I chose The Wright Center because of its small-town program and community-focused environment. I'm excited to be somewhere I can make a difference."