Residency at a Glance – South Central

Our program, based at Jefferson Regional Medical Center (JRMC), is the only residency in this 265-bed hospital. Family physicians supervise our Family Medical Center and our own inpatient service. Local specialists serve as consulting faculty and supervise specialty rotations.

As a resident at UAMS, you care for patients from southeast Arkansas, a medically underserved region. Some patients are from smaller hospitals and nursing homes nearby, including very ill elderly and patients with no regular medical care. Residents rotate through private practices and our local hospital. Rotations at Arkansas Children’s Hospital are available as requirements and/or electives. Residents rotate at local VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic and local/regional Health Departments. Residents learn to perform numerous outpatient procedures and wound care.

Residency

  • 27 residents | 9-9-9
  • Accredited in 1976
  • Affiliated Facilities: Jefferson Regional Medical Center
  • Unopposed residency
  • Strong in emergency and inpatient medicine
  • Opportunity to work in medical center as well as rural clinics in a medically underserved region
  • The new clinic facility opened in February 2019
  • Insurance (health, dental, life & disability) is available

Application & Eligibility

  • Applications are accepted through ERAS only.
  • Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents (no visa sponsorship).
  • Applicants must have graduated medical school within the last five years.
  • Applicants must have passed Step I & Step II with three attempts or less.
  • Applicants must have passed Step II CS & CK by ranking deadline.

Community

People

Population: 45,404
Median Age: 34.8
ETHNICITY
Black: 76.6%
White: 20.5%
Hispanic: 1.11%
Asian: 0.96%
Other: 0.81%

Homes

Average Home Price – $75,200
Median Household Income – $30,942

Transportation

Median Travel Time To Work – 18 minutes
Closest Major Airport – 48 miles
Bill & Hillary Clinton National Airport

Noteworthy

Bayou Bartholomew, which runs through Pine Bluff, is the longest bayou in the
world. It is the second most diverse stream in North
America. The local town of Stuttgart is known as the rice and duck capital of the world.

UAMS South Central Regional Campus | Pine Bluff
1601 West 40th Avenue Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Phone: 870-541-6010