The University of Washington School of Medicine trains medical students in a five-state region, through WWAMI, an acronym for the participating states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.
The Billings Track allows third-year students to complete all or most of their clerkship requirements including:
Some complete most of their third year of medical school in Billings, while others choose one or more rotations in Billings. We also provide fourth-year family medicine sub-internships that are open to students from other medical schools.
Our rotations provide medical students an opportunity to learn clinical decision-making skills from faculty in hospital and clinical settings joining the team to:
Our faculty is committed to high-quality patient care and has a longstanding tradition of providing educational opportunities in a supportive learning atmosphere.
During rotations, students will interact with faculty and resident physicians in the Montana Family Medicine Residency at RiverStone Health (MFMR). Montana’s first residency training program, MFMR has graduated 160 family medicine physicians and nearly 100 practice in Montana.
Required fourth year rotations in Neurology, Neurosurgery and Emergency Medicine are available along with electives in:
Students rotate through multiple sites, including: RiverStone Health, Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare/Intermountain Health, Billings Surgical Associates, Internal Medicine Associates and The Children’s Clinic.
We provide intellectually challenging and rewarding sub-internship opportunities for students in their fourth year of medical school. Students work side-by-side with faculty physicians to care for patients.
During the Family Medicine sub-internships, students rotate with the Montana Family Medicine Residency faculty and resident physicians at our RiverStone Health Clinic as well as at community hospitals and rural clinics.
We provide rotations for students in the Physician Assistant program at Rocky Mountain College and pharmacy students at the University of Montana along with physician assistant and dental students at the University of Washington.