250 students and residents come to CUHCC annually to complete their continuity clinic, clinical rotations, or field placements. These students & residents come from the School of Dentistry, Medical School (Internal Medicine, Medicine-Pediatrics and Psychiatry), School of Nursing, College of Pharmacy, School of Public Health, and multiple other disciplines.
Over 15,000 hours of educational related activities are provided by faculty and staff. Students and residents serve in many roles, including providing education at community health fairs, completing quality improvement projects and providing clinical care. CUHCC employs a dozen part-time student employees – many who speak a second language – who gain experience in health care as they are assessing future career paths.
CUHCC is the primary site for Internal Medicine-Pediatric residents. All CUHCC services provide opportunities to students and residents.
An Innovator in Urban Primary Care Education
Global is Local
From post-traumatic stress disorder to acute malnutrition, students at CUHCC gain real world experience with diverse population health issues.
Students engage with a global patient population and will be able to learn first hand about global health issues. CUHCC’S patient population comes from over 12 different racial and ethnic groups that span five continents. Of the 12,000 patients served in 2012, over 76% of CUHCC’s patients are ethnic or racial minorities and an estimated 33% have limited English proficiency. Of the patients who reported their income, 70% live at or below federal poverty guidelines. Read more on CUHCC's patient demographics.