Family Medicine

Diversity & Inclusion

Our department has a longstanding commitment to recruiting, training and retaining as faculty a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.

Residents at a recruiting fairThe Brown Family Medicine residency has had a long standing commitment to recruiting, training and retaining as faculty a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Our residency is actively engaged with the Brown Council on Diversity and participates in a number of Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs (ODMA) initiatives, including:

As part of our own work on diversity and inclusion, we have sessions on race, racism in medicine, structural competence, and LGBTQ care embedded within our health equity curriculum and have started affinity group caucusing as part of our anti-racism work within our department.

Health Equity Curriculum

We have an established a gender clinic to address the unique medical needs of our gender fluid and trans patients.

In addition, our residency diversity and inclusion committee meets quarterly and we recently established two FM affinity groups, one for residents and faculty identifying as LGBTQ, and one for residents and faculty of color.