Welcome to the Family Medicine Residency program. This program at the University of Saskatchewan is delivered in eight different sites: Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Swift Current, North West Saskatchewan, Moose Jaw, La Ronge and now in South East Saskatchewan. We also offer our residents the option of a third year in our Enhanced Skills Program.
The main attraction to residency in Saskatchewan is the small size of the program. Residents don't feel that they have to stand in line for clinical exposure or to do any procedures and there is more room for one-on-one teaching with faculty. Our residents continually comment that they feel as if they are part of a big family in the Department of Academic Family Medicine.
The Curriculum is set up according to the College of Family Physicians of Canada standards for accreditation, but there is flexibility built into the program with elective time over the two years.
Residency Training Sites
The USask family medicine residency training program is facilitated at our eight distributed sites. These sites are located in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, La Ronge, the North West program which is based out of North Battleford and in South East Saskatchewan.
While learning objectives remain consistent throughout the program, each site has unique strengths that may appeal directly to you. To learn more about individual sites click on the box below.
The Family Medicine/Enhanced Skills Match (FM/ES match) is for applicants who are completing or have completed postgraduate training in Family Medicine in Canada and want to pursue enhanced skills training.
The Department of Academic Family Medicine is pleased to offer a number of enhanced skills opportunities for family medicine residents. These include:
Please visit the CaRMS website for information and applying.
We know that choosing where to do your residency is a big decision. We have compiled a list of resources to help you navigate the CaRMS process and make sure that you find your perfect match. Check them out!
- USask Family Medicine CaRMS Process: CaRMS Process