North Carolina FMIGs

Family Medicine is on Campus

All five North Carolina medical schools have a Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) or Family Medicine Club that helps medical students discover Family Medicine and what it means to be a family physician. Each group is unique and holds monthly or quarterly meetings that feature great activities. See the listings below to see who represents your club on campus. At the bottom of this page you can access e-mail contact information for all individuals listed.

North Carolina's Family Medicine Interest Groups

Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University: 2016-2017
Committee Officer Stefan Hansen MS2
Committee Officer Allyson Mentock MS2
Committee Officer Pooja Sarin MS2
Committee Officer Olivia Stevens MS2
Faculty Advisor Aaron Lambert, MD
Student Coordinator Tammy McKinney

Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine: 2016-2017
President Megan Kauffman MS2
Vice President/Secretary Katherine Gushanas MS2
Treasurer Cora Scruggs MS2
Community Outreach Director Aakash Patel MS2
Faculty Advisor Charlotte Paolini,DO
Student Coordinator Mattie Bendall
Duke University School of Medicine: 2016-2017
President Maria Andrews MS4
Treasurer Lauren Groskaufmanis MS3
Development Chair Emily Matoon MS3
AAFP/FMIG Student Membership Julie Rivo MS3
Programming Chair Priscille Schettini MS3
Faculty Advisor Nancy Weigle, MD
Student Coordinator Ashley Bowes

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 2016-2017
Committee Officer Megan Barnes MS2
Committee Officer Ashley Cairns MS2
Committee Officer Charan Mohan MS2
Faculty Advisor Kelly Bossenbroek Fedoriw, MD
Faculty Advisor Thomas Koonce, MD
Student Coordinator Patty Neff

Wake Forest University School of Medicine: 2016-2017
President Caroline Welchman MS2
Vice President Courtney Brooks MS2
Secretary Shaina Kaye MS3
Treasurer Katarina Velickovic MS4
Volunteer Coordinator Erin Saner MS3
Membership Coordinator Poorvi Chhabra MS4
Faculty Advisor C. Randall Clinch, DO
Student Coordinator Sandy Caudle

Primary Care Programs & Curricula

UNC - Primary Care & Population Health Scholars Program - The Primary Care and Population Health (PCPH) Scholars is a longitudinal program for medical students who are interested in practicing cost-effective, high-quality primary care as part of a larger vision of improving the health of populations. >> Learn more.

UNC - Sarah Graham Kenan Rural & Underserved Medical Scholars Program - The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine (UNC SOM) and the Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) has collaborated to create this dynamic longitudinal program for students interested in rural medicine. >> Learn more.

Duke University - Primary Care Leadership Track - Duke School of Medicine offers a unique 4-year Primary Care Leadership Track to train leaders who can enter residency prepared to engage with communities and practices to help improve health outcomes. The track builds on the longstanding partnership between Duke and the Durham community to understand causes of health disparities, create a strong research focus on community engagement, and learn how to redesign clinical programs to better serve the patient needs. >> Learn more.

AAFP Resources for FMIGs

The American Academy of Family Physicians provides extensive information and tools to medical students and to FMIGs.


AAFP FMIG Network on Facebook