Residency Programs

Family Medicine Program

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Our Family Medicine Residency Program has once again received accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and was commended for substantial compliance of ACGME  Policies and Procedures.

Diversity Statement

The Department of Family Medicine is committed to an inclusive and respectful environment as demonstrated by its commitment to recruitment and retention of diverse faculty, staff, and students. We pride ourselves on the delivery of quality patient care for diverse populations and the implementation of research to reduce health disparities.

The Highest of Standards

Niagara Falls Memorial proudly offers a three-year Family Medicine Residency Program. Our department strives to achieve high standards of education, research, and patient care with the goal of bringing family medicine to our local community. This is supported by our faculty, who are very enthusiastic about teaching both residents and medical students.

Our graduates have a 100% board pass rate 

As we are an unopposed residency program our residents do not have to compete for personal teaching time or procedural exposure. This type of environment allows for one-on-one personal training and unlimited learning opportunities.

Our program’s academic affiliation with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) extends beyond the residency program. We also are a clinical education teaching site for medical students completing clinical rotations.

We treat our residents as family. We are here to support both residents and students to become the best physicians they can be.

We are looking for team-oriented residents to join our program. If you are looking for a well-rounded educational experience in a supportive, team-oriented environment the Niagara Falls Family Residency is the place for you.

Our Community

Our Family Medicine Residency is committed to helping the community, which has an underserved population. Our residents go into the community and give educational talks on any disease state our region deals with. 

The program is located in Niagara Falls, NY, USA, a border city that attracts millions of visitors eager to experience the world-famous cataracts each year. We are just 20 minutes from downtown Buffalo, about an hour from Toronto, Ontario, and less than 90 minutes from Rochester.

Western New York offers four beautiful seasons, a host of cultural and recreational opportunities, and tremendous housing values. It’s home to numerous private and public universities, museums, parks, ski resorts, art galleries, and professional sports teams (Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Buffalo Bandits, Buffalo Beauts, and Buffalo Bisons) as well as the world-renowned Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.

To learn more, please call us at (716) 278-4618. 

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