An Unexpected Education: Teaching Health Center Training in a Global Pandemic

In a few short weeks, newly trained primary care physicians and dentists will complete their residencies at the nation’s 56 Teaching Health Centers (THCs) and join a desperately needed cadre of health professionals serving rural and underserved communities. Their experiences will be unlike residents who preceded them.

Value of Training Physicians at Health Centers Pegged at $1.8 Billion in Public Program Savings

Policy issue brief examines cost-effectiveness of Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program

Publication Suggests that Doctors Trained in Teaching Health Centers Will Practice in Underserved Areas

In a new article published in Academic Medicine by Dr. Zohray Talib of GW’s School of Medicine, a team of researchers led by Professor Marsha Regenstein at the Milken Institute School of Public Health Policy and Management present what the authors view as encouraging news about the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program.