Individual Curricular Concentrations

The individual curricular concentrations (ICC), also known as "tracks,” allow AFP residents the opportunity to focus on an individual area of study during their residency.  The resident works closely alongside faculty  and non-faculty mentors to complete the ICC/tracks.  What makes AFP’s ICC/tracks unique is that they are completely resident-run and can be customized to any interest the resident may have.  Potential ICC/tracks include but are not limited to

  • Wound Care Concentration
  • Sports Medicine Concentration
  • Obstetrics Concentration
  • Non-obstetrical Women’s Health Concentration
  • Hospital Medicine Concentration
  • Academic Medicine Concentration
  • Rural Outpatient Medicine Concentration
  • Procedures Concentration
  • Palliative Care Concentration
  • Substance Abuse Concentration
  • Emergency Medicine Concentration
  • Practice-based Research Concentration
  • Aesthetic Medicine Concentration
  • Global Medicine Concentration
  • Geriatrics Concentration
  • Leadership Concentration
  • OMM Concentration
  • Endoscopy Concentration


Please contact us for more information about AFP Individual Curricular Concentrations.