Making a Difference
Learn to combat the growth of shortage of primary care physicians.
Working on Your Schedule
Secure full-time or part-time schedules in conveniently location clinics nationwide
Enhance Your Knowledge
PRR gives physicians the tools to practice primary care.
Created in collaboration with UC San Diego School of Medicine faculty, Physician Retraining & Reentry provides experienced, medically licensed physicians with the tools to comfortably and competently practice adult outpatient primary care.
The PRR Program
Created in collaboration with UC San Diego School of Medicine faculty, Physician Retraining & Reentry (PRR) provides experienced,
medically licensed physicians with the tools to comfortably and competently practice adult outpatient primary care.
15 online modules
PRR consists of 15 online training modules that cover a wide range of critical subject mater from cardiology to dermatology, medical records and more. The estimated time to complete the PRR program is 180 hours.
Work at your own schedule
Participants are able to work through the program at their own pace, giving them the ample time to master each course before taking a final examination, and a one-day, in-person practicum.
Receive credits and experience
Upon completion, graduates receive 180 AMA PRA Category 1 credits from the UC San Diego School of Medicine and Certificate of Completion from PRR. PRR can also provide one-day of free shadowing for those who wish to get more experience.
A Message from our Chief Medical Officer
Dr. David Bazzo explains how the PRR program works and how collaborating with UC San Diego School of Medicine faculty will help solve the nation’s growing physician shortage.Learn More
Who Needs Us
PRR is an exceptional option for medically licensed physicians who wish to practice
part-time or full-time adult outpatient primary care
Who are interested in making a transition to general medicine.
Who took a leave of absence and are ready to return to the clinic or looking to transition to part-time.
Who are no longer able to perform surgery, but are still fully capable of treating patients.
Who are interested in getting back in the game.
- Federally funded community clinics
- Collegiate and industrial clinics
- Emerging chain store clinics
- Hospital group clinics
- V.A/military clinics
Board Certification Opportunity
Physicians who complete the PRR program may apply to the American Academy of General Physicians to seek certification. This gives PRR participants a valuable accreditation that will satisfy many potential employer’s board certification requirement.
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Katie Gibson, MD
After completing the curriculum I felt prepared to take the Family Medicine Boards and the standardized patient evaluation gave me confidence about going back to patient care.
Ted Dodenhoff, MD
PRR was very comprehensive and complete. It gave me a very broad picture of what adult primary care medicine is all about.
Michael LaRocque, MD
After completing the PRR program I was able to land a great jobthat averages about 30 hours per week. It’s wonderful to be seeing patients again after years of retirement.
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