Family and Community Medicine

Division Chief, Primary Care and Population Health: 
Sang Ick-Chang, MD, MPH

Vice Chief, Primary Care and Population Health: 
Erika Schillinger, MD

Division Website: 
http://med.stanford.edu/pcph/education/med_students.html

Education Office:

1215 Welch Road, Modular H 
Mail Code: 5408 
Stanford, CA 94305-5405 

Stanford Family & Community Medicine, in the Department of Medicine’s Division of Primary Care and Population Health, serves our community through caring, learning, and innovation for the whole person through all stages of life. Our vision is to reinvent health care by innovating higher value care for our patients and their families, to be national leaders in disseminating what we learn, and to inspire the next generation of primary care and population health scholars and leaders.

Family & Community Medicine faculty provide teaching and mentoring to Stanford students, including undergraduates, medical students, physician assistant students, residents, and fellows. Students may arrange individual research projects under the supervision of Family & Community Medicine faculty. Clinical shadowing and training is available at clinics on the Stanford campus and in the community. The Stanford-O’Connor Family Medicine Residency program is located at O’Connor hospital in San Jose, which also serves as a training site for medical students in the family medicine core clerkship and sub internship.