GME South Campus - Spanish Language/Healthcare Disparities Distinction Track

The Spanish Language/Healthcare Disparities Distinction Track is a new collaboration with the UA College of Medicine’s Office of Graduate Medical Education – South Campus. The program offers medical Spanish training to 2nd and 3rd year residents with an intermediate to advanced proficiency level. Participating residents are from the Departments of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Neurology, Ophthalmology, and the fellowship in Medical Toxicology at Banner University Medical Center – South Campus (BUMC-SC). A combination of online learning resources, classroom instruction, and clinical practice sessions allow residents to develop the language proficiency and cultural competency require to care for the growing Spanish-speaking patient population served by BUMC-SC.