All rotations are conducted within the Waterloo Regional Campus area which incorporates Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Wellesley and surrounding communities. Second year electives and core two block rural rotations may be conducted further afield if desired.
Each year, residents conduct 16 weeks of full-time family medicine at their home base site (see the map and links below for information about each site) and return for weekly continuity clinics the rest of their 2 years of residency.
Following the CaRMS match, our admin staff take great care to help residents match to each site through an internal matching process.
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Integrated – Faculty are dedicated to providing excellent clinical experiences to residents within a new curriculum that emphasizes an integrated focus on primary care.
1st year: Integrated Care of Children and Women’s Health (8 weeks) – sample schedule
2nd year: Integrated Care of Elderly and Chronic Disease Prevention & Management (8 weeks) – sample schedule
Local block and horizontal electives are available in a wide range of areas including, but not limited to: Sports Medicine, Oncology, Public Health, Student Health, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia, Orthopedics, Refugee Health Clinic, Psychiatric Outreach, Memory Clinic, Anticoagulation Clinic, and Medical Student Clinical Skills Teaching.
A chance to explore other areas of interest throughout your residency! Opportunities include anticoagulation clinic, supportive care, pain management, travel medicine, psychiatry, GP-anesthesia, and more!
Special interests of the KW faculty include:
Site Director: Dr. Joe Lee
Assistant Site Director: Dr. Marc Sawyer
519-783-0024 Ext 1
If you would like more information about the KW and Area Program or would like to contact a KW resident, please contact Glenda Gilliland.
For more information regarding McMaster’s Family Medicine Residency Program and teaching site options, please visit: