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Connecting Physicians to Training

To alleviate the shortage and maldistribution of physicians in our state, the South Carolina AHEC sponsors eight Family Medicine residency training programs throughout South Carolina. South Carolina AHEC’s affiliated residency training programs have approximately 67 physicians completing their training each year. Two new Family Medicine residency training programs have recently launched within the state and have joined the collaborative statewide effort for Family Medicine recruitment and education.

Details concerning family medicine and other graduate medical education residency training programs can be obtained from the program-specific web sites listed in the section below.

Family Medicine Residency Training Programs

AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program

Trident Medical Center/MUSC Family Medicine Residency Program

Palmetto Health Family Medicine Residency Program

McLeod Health Family Medicine Center

Greenville Health System Center for Family Medicine

Greer Family Medicine Residency Program - Greenville Health System

Tidelands Health MUSC Family Medicine Residency Program
Murrells Inlet

Grand Strand Health Family Medicine Residency Program
Myrtle Beach

Self Regional Healthcare Family Medicine Residency Program

Seneca/Clemson Family Medicine Residency Program - Greenville Health System
Seneca (Accepting first class of residents in July 2020)

Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency Program
Seneca (Graduating last class of residents 2020)

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Residency & Fellowship Programs

Palmetto Health Tuomey Family Medicine Residency Program

Family Medicine Resident Scholarship Symposium

The South Carolina AHEC Resident Scholarship Symposium is held each year in conjunction with the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (SCAPF) annual meeting, usually during the month of June. The symposium provides Family Medicine residents from across the state the opportunity to showcase their quality improvement and research projects through scholarly presentations and poster sessions. Residents and faculty participate in the SCAFP sponsored luncheon, during which awards and cash prizes are presented to winners from each presentation category. Residents are also able to participate in conference and networking events with other family physicians from throughout South Carolina. During the symposium, the upcoming chief residents from each program also participate in a seminar to learn about and develop leadership and other skills.


South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium educates, recruits and retains healthcare providers for the state.

South Carolina AHEC is a state agency that was originally established in 1972.


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