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BECOME THE PHYSICIAN YOU ENVISION

The Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program—one of the first and most respected programs in the country—positions family medicine physicians of the future to pursue their unique professional paths through wide-ranging training opportunities in both urban and rural settings.

Two female PMLGH Residents

A Message from Our Director Welcome!

The Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program has an extraordinary commitment to excellence.

This characteristic permeates the culture of our program and institution. Our clinical team goes the “extra mile” for patients. Our educational team assures that residents receive a top-notch educational experience. Our residents enhance the quality of life of their patients and the communities they serve. When our residents graduate, this drive for excellence helps them improve the health and well-being of their new communities.

Pamela Vnenchak, MD

Program Director

Learn About Our Program

News & Conversations

Explore the latest news and information from the Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program on our social media platforms (links below).

Recruitment for next year's class is underway. Find answers to commonly asked questions in our FAQs.

Join us for some Hot Topics talks! More dates and topics to follow. We hope to see you there!

  • 8/23/22 6:00PM EST: Obstetrics In Family Medicine – Dr. Pamela Vnenchak
    Register here
  • 9/28/22 6:00PM EST: HIV in Family Medicine – Dr. Jared Nissley
    Register here

Why Choose Lancaster?

Lancaster County is a growing, diverse area that is fun and affordable, with lots of outdoor activities and a nationally recognized food scene.

See Our Favorite Things About Lancaster

Ranked #1 overall among Family Medicine Residency Programs.

US News and World Report and Doximity

The only residency program in the country where all residents have continuity practices in both urban and rural family medical centers.

19 areas of concentration

prepare residents for the full spectrum of family medicine care.