St. Francis Family Medicine Residency

Welcome to Bon Secours St. Francis Family Medicine Residency Program! Our residency is located in Midlothian just minutes south of historic Richmond, Virginia.  

The Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) affiliated Bon Secours St. Francis Family Medicine Residency Program opened its doors in August 2005 and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

Bon Secours has built a quality program that creates outstanding family physicians and serves western Chesterfield County and surrounding areas in suburban Richmond, Virginia. The faculty includes a mixture of rural- and suburban-based academicians and clinicians. Subspecialty preceptors are drawn from a premier network of Bon Secours affiliated physicians.

The residency program is housed in a building designed specifically for the needs of resident education and efficient clinical care. In addition to rotating through Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center, residents use many of the award-winning systems through our practice, the four hospitals of Bon Secours Richmond Health System, and our community outreach including Care-A-Van, our free mobile health clinic.

Bon Secours St. Francis Family Medicine Residency Program is proud to offer this experience to residents as we ensure compassionate care for all – today and tomorrow.

patient centered medical home

The Patient-Centered Medical Home is an approach to providing comprehensive primary care through all stages of life with a team of people who will care for your every need and navigate you through confusing health care issues.

  • Take personal responsibility and accountability for ongoing care of patients
  • Accessible to patients on short notice for expanded hours and open access scheduling
  • Conduct consultations through MyChart and telephone
  • Maintain updated electronic personal health record
  • Conduct regular check-ups with patients to identify health crises and initiate treatment/prevention measures before costly, last-minute emergency procedures are required