Wesley Family Medicine has a tradition of training well-rounded full-scope family physicians for practice in any setting. As one of the first four family medicine residencies in the country, the Wesley curriculum set the standard for the programs that followed.
We are based at a large, university-affiliated medical center featuring high-risk obstetrics, a level I trauma center, a nationally recognized NICU, a state-of-the-art outpatient clinic, and much more.
Wesley Medical Center delivers more babies than any other hospital in a 13-state region and ranks in the 99th percentile in the nation for deliveries.
With the resources and support provided by the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wesley Family Medicine Residency offers the hands-on experience to prepare you for your practice goals, whatever they may be.
We know everyone has different goals for his or her family medicine career. Is your dream to run a hospital in Alaska or practice full-scope international mission medicine? Do you want to become an inpatient hospitalist or practice full-scope OB with c-sections and operative deliveries?
From outpatient private practice to full-scope family medicine, we can easily provide you with the training needed to become the family doctor you want to be. We’re happy you are here.
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is Dr. Nate Krug being serenaded by an Elvis impersonator during a didactic presentation.”
Braden Foster, DO (2014 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is my night of 13+ admissions (of which most were critically-ill ICU admits) and one crash c-section. One of the most rewarding nights of my education.”
Hannah Haack, MD (2014 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is seeing Dr. Chris Klouzek in a knight outfit. Enough said.”
Aaron Sinclair, MD (WFM faculty)
“Team meeting at Estes Park; nothing better than a mountaintop experience with your best friends!”
Stephanie Murray, MD (WFM Faculty)
“I enjoy time with the other residents/my classmates and receiving great hands-on clinical and educational experiences.”
Brandi Wiens, MD (2016 Graduate)
“The great people and it’s a fun place to work!”
Gretchen Dickson, MD (WFM Program Director)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is simply hanging out in the call room on any given day.”
Dan Morgan, MD (2013 Graduate)
My favorite memory of Wesley FM is watching the Class of 2013 residents serenade the current PG3s with “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” at the 2010 graduation ceremony. I have video of this if you’d like to see it.”
Chris Ebberwein, PhD (WFM faculty)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is the day fellow resident Dr. Vaughn and I were involved in a precipitous, unattended delivery…on the bathroom floor. When you gotta go, you gotta go.”
Candi Nigh, MD (2013 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is the ugly Christmas sweater partyand white-elephant gift exchange at Dr. Nate Krug’s house last year. I laughed so hard.”
Rebecca Foster, DO (2014 Graduate)
“I don’t have a specific favorite memory of Wesley FM, but I like that whatever we do, there is always food!”
Tessa Rohrberg, MD (2015 Graduate)
“The people are terrific. We have great residents who take care of each other and work well as a team and we have very supportive and knowledgeable faculty.”
Josh Froese, MD (2016 Graduate)
“My favorite memories of Wesley FM are PG1 team building activities, Team Meeting, bonding during “Fun Friday” call shifts, lots of game nights, and watching Drs. Winchester, Morgan and Dinkel hiking in Colorado and falling in the river.”
Heather Bloesser, DO (2013 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is attending the PG1 ropes course. It was awesome and a great opportunity to further develop relationships with other interns.”
Danielle McDonald, DO (2015 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is seeing residents help those who are short on time, too busy or just having a bad day. I also enjoy sharing dinner with residents while on call – no one will let you go hungry!”
Micah Hall, MD (2015 Graduate)
“My favorite memory of Wesley FM is how supportive our staff at the clinic is. I will always remember how they keep us encouraged when we are having a bad day.”
Regan DeHart, MD (2012 Graduate)
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