Residents have the opportunity to explore beyond the clinical setting.
To augment our obstetrical experience, residents run an indigent clinic to provide prenatal care for those who might otherwise not receive care.
To further our geriatric exposure, residents are the primary care providers for long-term patients at this and other local facilities.
For students interested in a rural residency, Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency offers many opportunities to pursue your interests.
Residents are given the opportunity to assist in local clinics offered by Oconee Medical Center to improve the quality of life of the population of Oconee County. In addition, residents volunteer time at Rosa Clark Free Clinic, the Health Department, and Clemson Colposcopy Clinic.
To improve residents' understanding of the business of medicine, residents are asked to participate on both hospital and community boards. The experience gives a resident voice to each of these committees and allows the resident to gain management and business experience.