The Graduate Medical Education program at SampsonRMC is an important part of our hospital's mission to provide quality services and improved access to care in the communities we serve.

Along with our sponsoring institution, Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM), we are committed to offering unique opportunities for medical students and residents to learn rural medicine in a progressive, community-based medical facility and train alongside primary care physicians and specialists within the local community.

 


PROGRAMS & COORDINATOR CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information about the Graduate Medical Education program, please contact our program coordinators:

Karen Wright, GME Coordinator
Dermatology and Transitional Year Programs
Email: kwright@cafe2010.net
Phone: 910-596-5409

Cheryl Barefoot, GME Coordinator
Family Medicine Residency
Email: clbarefoot@cafe2010.net
Phone: 910-596-5421

About Sampson Regional Medical Center

OUR HEALTH SYSTEM

SampsonRMC is a 146-bed hospital and health system located in Clinton, N.C., just a few blocks from the historic downtown. Accredited by The Joint Commission, our facility offers a range of medical services, including acute, outpatient surgery, emergency and critical care, and women's and children's services.

Specialties include general surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, and urology. We also provide valuable outpatient services such as physical therapy and diagnostic imaging in state-of-the-art centers. Hospital practices include primary care, women's services, a pain center, general surgery and convenient care. 


OUR VALUES 

Compassion - Respect - Professionalism - Dependability - Stewardship


OUR PROGRAMS

Our programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education(ACGME) and provide undergraduate and post-graduate academic training to promote excellence in medical education. Training at SampsonRMC offers a unique opportunity for medical students and residents to learn rural medicine in a progressive, community-based medical facility and train alongside primary care physicians and specialists within the local community.

Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education