Media & In The News
R3, Lucia Agudelo, and R2, Jesse Perez, worked with the county in creating informative videos for the public about the COVID vaccine.
California Academy of Family Physicians Spring 2021
“To date, we have supported over 103 scholars through our pathway program over the past 8 years. We are proud to share that our 2020 FFFM alumni survey showed that 53 percent of our alumni are currently pre-med students with hopes of going to medical school. “
LandPaths Apr. 2021
Over the last five years, residents have done stewardship in the garden, offered free health information sessions in Spanish for anyone who wants it, and led workshops for youth that have them making smoothies using bike power, and learning about careers in medicine.
Press Democrat Mar. 2021
One of her greatest challenges, as both a teacher and a practicing physician, Jordan said, was figuring out how to “speak with confidence, when you’re still learning, yourself, about the thing you’re speaking about? How do you help patients understand their prognosis when you’re still learning about the disease they have?”
Press Democrat Dec. 2020
Family Medicine Residency residents and faculty in the local news upon being some of the first to receive the COVID vaccine in Sonoma County.
KSRO Dec. 2020
SRFMR core faculty member and H-PEACE founder, Dr. Jenny Fish, talks with local radio about the vaccine shipments, inoculations, safety/effectiveness, workforce concerns & employer responsibilities.