Residents have the opportunity to travel abroad during their away electives. In addition, residents have the opportunity to participate in service trips with faculty.
The Oconee Medical Center ED sees 40,000 patients per year. The recently completed renovations have improved comfort and access for patients.
ALSO Instructor Candidates
Drs. Evans and Westmoreland attended the ALSO instructor course in Denver, CO and look forward to sharing their newly gained knowledge with ALSO students.
Residents enjoy the opportunity to socialize both inside and outside the office!
Residents participate in clinical experiences both traditional and non-traditional.
Seneca Lakes is now part of a nationwide rural medical education initiative!
A White Coat Ceremony was held on July 1 for Antigone Childs, Hana Cho and Sarah Fabry. These PGY-2 residents completed their intern year at AnMed on June 30 and began at Oconee on July 1. Welcome Ladies!
The Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency Program at Oconee Medical Center was created to populate rural upstate South Carolina with compassionate physicians trained in the full spectrum of family medicine, providing unrivaled access to to quality health care in our rural communities.
We are currently the only rural track program in South Carolina. Areas of special emphasis include surgical obstetrics, practice management and sports medicine.
The residency, which opened in July 2001, is a joint venture between Oconee Medical Center and Anderson Area Medical Center. Our residency focuses on training physicians for a rural practice.
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Seneca Lakes Family Practice will be attending the AAFP National Conference in Kansas City, MO July 28-30th. Please be sure to check out our program at booth 1606! We look forward to seeing you!
Dr. T. Edwin Evans was recently installed at president of the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (SCAFP)during the SCAFP Summer Break Away & 68th Annual Assembly on June 12-16 at the Sonesta Resort on Hilton Head Island, SC. As president of the SCAFP, Dr. Evans will advocate on behalf of family physicians and patients to inspire positive advances in the state’s health care system.
Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency Program will host the RTT Collaborative Annual Meeting April 19 -21, 2017 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Anderson, SC. RTT is an organization to sustain health professions education in rural places through mutual encouragement, peer learning, practice improvement and the delivering of technical expertise in support of a quality rural workforce.