Family Medicine

The Harnett Health Family Medicine Residency program provides a wide range of progressive family-centered patient care.  Each resident is equipped with the ability to care for individuals and families from birth to adulthood.  In addition to being dually-accredited, our program has an added qualification of osteopathic recognition through ACGME.  Faculty of the program strives to uphold osteopathic principles when practicing medicine within the resident-run Coats Medical Clinic or on inpatient services at Betsy Johnson Hospital and Central Harnett Health.

Curriculum

The curriculum is structured to prepare each resident for Family Medicine in a rural or underserved setting.  A strong emphasis is placed in medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, emergency medicine, surgery, community medicine, geriatrics and a host of other rotations.  To ensure each resident receives continuing education outside of the clinical setting, didactics are held weekly on Friday afternoons.  Throughout the three years of training, residents will receive increasing responsibility throughout didactic and clinical experiences.

Leadership

 

Ryan Hudson, DO

Program Director

 

Dr. Ryan Hudson is the Program Director for the Family Medicine Residency Program.  He is also an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Sports Medicine for the program’s sponsoring institution, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine, where he attended fellowship.  He is a member of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, American Osteopathic Association of Sports Medicine and American Osteopathic Association.  Dr. Hudson has over ten years of experience treating patients and providing education to learners.

Regina Bray Brown, MD

Associate Program Director

Dr. Bray is the Associate Program Director for the Family Medicine Residency Program.  She also serves as the Harnett Health Director of Student Medical Education for Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine.  She is an active member of

American Academy of Family Physicians and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.  Dr. Bray has previously served as the Medical Director of Family Medicine Residency Clinic in Ohio and brings with her over five years of experience working in a rural setting as the community’s primary care physician.

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