Welcome to the McLeod Family Medicine Residency program. We are a nationally recognized, community-based, unopposed residency in a nearly 500-bed regional referral hospital. Our program has a reputation for training well-rounded residents with advanced ICU, geriatric, obstetric and pediatric skills, who have the ability to handle high patient volume in the inpatient and outpatient setting, all while being attentive and involved with community-based population health challenges. We are excited about sharing our wonderful program with you. From the supportive faculty and outstanding staff to the state-of-the-art facilities and technology to the amazing residents, McLeod is a truly unique place to train.
Strong emphasis is placed on procedures - colonoscopy, EGD, central line placement - with an integrated ultrasound curriculum, specialty clinics, and daily didactics. Perks include state-of-the-art facilities, competitive benefits, and easy access to South Carolina beaches. Residents share a strong sense of camaraderie and have ample opportunity to work with specialists. Graduates have become leaders in hospitals, outpatient clinics, emergency departments and urgent care centers.
The McLeod Family Medicine Residency Program Welcomes the Following New Residents:
Class of 2018
Peter Bailey, M.D., Medical University of South Carolina
Garrett Barton, M.D, Univeristy of Kansas, School of Medicine Wichita
Kenzie Barton, M.D., University of Kansas, School of Medicine Wichita
Ashley Denmark, D.O., Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Benjamin Hinman, M.D., Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University
Brooke Perugini, D.O., Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Lauren Shurtliff, M.D., University of Kansas, School of Medicine
Benjamin Weston, M.D., The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Karianne Yates, D.O., Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine