Academics & Readiness

Family Medicine

The military Family Medicine Residency (FMR) program is the newest Air Force Family Medicine program with the initial class of residents graduating in 2012. Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center is the primary site of resident rotations, with additional rotations completed at:

  • University Medical Center (UMC) – Trauma, Adult ICU
  • Sunrise Children’s Hospital – Lab & Delivery, Inpatient Pediatrics, NICU
  • Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada – Community Medicine
  • Nevada State Veteran’s Home - Geriatrics
Residents also have the opportunity to complete rotations at Yosemite National Park or Alaska (wilderness medicine), Creech Air Force Base, and various military or civilian facilities around the country. 

By the Numbers

  • 3-year program
  • 10 residents per year
  • 14 faculty (11 active duty, three civilian)
  • 3 adjunct faculty
  • 21,000 outpatient visits per year
  • 2,000 hospital admissions per year


  • Monthly class Balint
  • Resident retreat every Fall, as well as individual class retreats in Spring
  • Active Research Department with over $8.5 million in grant funding since 2010
  • Onsite integrated acupuncture training available
  • Embedded Integrative Medicine Clinic
  • Yosemite and/or Alaska wilderness medicine rotations available
  • State-of-the-art fitness center on base
  • On base child care for ages six weeks to five years
  • On base school PreK through 8th grade

Contact Us




7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


4700 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Building 1300, First Floor
Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada 89191


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