The Education-Centered Medical Home (ECMH) provides students with early and comprehensive educational exposure to team-based medicine in an authentic outpatient environment. Students work with the same preceptor and peers over four years to help care for patients and measure their progress. This learning model helps students build a professional identity as early as the first year of medical school, offers 360-degree assessment opportunities and allows for patients, peers and preceptors to give feedback on the student's progress in our eight core competencies.
Learn more about the ECMH program.
- Measuring Success
Find out how we measure the program's success.
- Why ECMH?
Discover why the ECMH program is such an asset to Feinberg.
- Sites and Preceptors
Browse our list of the people and places associated with the program.
Prepare for your ECMH experience with this full list of resources.
- Scholarly Activity
Review recent peer-reviewed publications that originated within the ECMH.
Learn more about teaching opportunities in this area.
Daniel B Evans, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics)
Patricia Garcia, MD, MPH
Curriculum Director, Phase 1 & 2
Ricardo T Rosenkranz, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Community Based Primary Care)
Elizabeth Ryan, EdD
Vice Chair of Education and Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine
Sharon M Unti, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Academic General Pediatrics and Primary Care) and Medical Education
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