The Accelerated D.O./Family Medicine Residency Continuum provides the opportunity to complete their medical education in three years instead of four—saving a full year’s tuition in the process—and the advantage of intense clinical experience in a program where family medicine is the core curriculum, not just another rotation.
"One of the primary benefits for students is it does decrease the cost of "tuition for a medical education."
Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee
Vice President for Health Affairs
New York Institute of Technology
"Also, by shortening by one year, you may even choose to do a fellowship, whether it’s sports medicine or geriatrics, which includes one year of training after your family medicine residency."
Dr. Nancy Bono
Chair of Family Medicine
College of Osteopathic Medicine