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Kingman Regional Medical Center - Family Medicine Residency

Welcome to Family Medicine Residency Program at Kingman Regional Medical Center! We thank you for your interest in our program and are excited about what we can share with you. Our program emphasizes a curriculum to ensure our graduates are well trained for the challenges in healthcare today. Faculty and residents work together so our patients’ needs are met in the physical, psychological and preventative aspects of care. Working together, the faculty and residents are continually reevaluating our program and curriculum to adapt to the ever-increasing complexity and sophistication of health care. Our effort is directed toward combining current trends in family medicine training with a strong background in clinical skills, while attempting to tailor the training to the needs and interests of each resident. We are currently AOA accredited and have received pre-accreditation from the ACGME.

Kingman is located in the northwest part of Arizona with a population of 30,000. Billed as the “Heart of Historic Route 66”, Kingman has over 60 buildings on the National Historic Register. It also is a good base for exploring wilderness areas offering hiking and camping opportunities. At the elevation of 3,300 feet, we enjoy the seasons here with summers in the high 90’s and occasional snow flurries in the winter.

Our Mission

The Kingman Regional Medical Center’s (KRMC) mission is to provide Family Medicine Resident Trainees with an experience designed to develop knowledge base of current medicine. The Family Medicine Residency Program strives to train learners from diverse backgrounds and develop them into independent and competent Family Physicians who are highly skilled in providing comprehensive and patient centered care. These graduates will be well equipped with the proficiency to be healthcare advocates for their patients and families and to be leaders in the community.

Program Aims

  1. Ensure resident trainees master the core competencies of the ACGME
  2. Teach patient-centered communication through shared decision-making and effective interactions with patients, families, other caregivers and other professionals
  3. Provide a comprehensive cognitive and procedural clinical education in both the inpatient and outpatient settings that will be enable them to become competent, proficient, and professional physicians

Program Director

Donald Morgan, DO has been the program director of the Family Medicine Residency since 2013. His experience includes many years in the medical field including military service, a solo practice in family medicine, medical director for the inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Unit at KRMC, director of the KRMC Urgent Care Center, and all aspects of family care to include pediatrics and geriatrics, inpatient and outpatient medical care. As a DO, he does manipulative Osteopathic Medicine as well as inpatient care including intensive care. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association, and American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.

Scope of Training

Specialities Over 3 Years
Internal MedicineObstetrics and Gynecology, Women's Health
CardiologyPediatric Emergency Medicine
Continuity Residency ClinicPediatrics
Emergency MedicinePulmonology
General SurgeryRadiology
Health AdministrationResearch
HospiceSports Medicine
Pain ManagementPalliative care
GeriatricsOrthopedic surgery
Behavioral health Orthopedic Surgery


Rotation Block Schedule

PGY 1# of MonthsPGY 2# of MonthsPGY 3# of Months
Internal Medicine - Hospitalist In patient2Internal Medicine1Internal Medicine - Hospitalist In patient1
Intensive Care Unit1Hospice1Nephrology1
Emergency Medicine1Pain Management1Geriatrics1
General Surgery1Emergency Medicine1Podiatry1
Internal Medicine1Elective1Psychology1
Family Medicine/Obstetrics1Health Administration1Elective4
Pediatric1Pediatrics - ED1Sports Medicine1
Pediatric Wards1Obstetrics/Gynecology1

Core Didactics

Didactic lectures are held every Thursday afternoon from 12:30 to 4:30 pm. Didactics cover the entire content of “Textbook of Family Medicine” by Rakel & Rakel. There are presentations from faculty members, guest speakers, residents, and educational videos. Some of the activities include monthly resident-presented Journal Club, monthly CaseNetwork cases, monthly OMM review sessions, chart reviews, board reviews and joint lectures with KRMC Pharmacy Residency. On a quarterly basis, a OMM workshop is held.

Benefits & Resources

Salary & Benefits

Program2021-2022 SalaryPTO/Wellness Days
Chief $66,75715/5

Education Fund/Allowance


Uniform Allowance


Insurance Offered

Health InsuranceEmployee Assistance Program
Dental InsuranceDisability Insurance
Vision InsuranceProfessional Liability

Paid Dues & Fees

Arizona Medical Board Permits
ACLS/BLS Recertification
Comlex Level 3 or USMLE 3
AAFP dues

Educational Resources

24-hour library access with professional librarian assistance
Well-being Index
MWU State-of-the-Art Simulation Center
AMA GME competency based online modules
CANVAS distance education
Behavioral Health
Scholarly/Research support
Program Specific
Prescriber's Letter
Rosh Review

Participating Sites

Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center
White Cliffs Senior Living


Ombudsperson Resource 

Provides a neutral, independent, safe, and confidential resource for residents and fellows to report evidence of program non-compliance within the clinical learning.

It is important that residents and fellows demonstrate that they have utilized all available internal (program/hospital) options, resources, and mechanisms to assist in resolving any training-related concerns, before filing a complaint, unless there is a valid reason for not doing so.

Internal Resources

  • Chief Resident
  • Program Director/Program Coordinator
  • Director Medical Staff/Graduate Medical Education
  • Director Medical Education/Assistant DIO
  • Resident and Fellow Forum

The Service    

  • A private email mechanism to report concerns
  • Advocates for a fair process of review
  • Opens the lines of communication between residents, fellows, and involved parties, and escalate when appropriate
  • Requests internal inquiries to further explore reported concerns and develop a resolution

What to Expect

  • A primary goal of the Ombudsperson is to maintain confidentiality and protect the identity of all reporting party (s). However, based on the content of information obtained, it may be necessary to disclose certain aspects of the complaint to advocate for a fair process or to identify available resources for a resolution. The reporting party (s) will be notified if identifying information will be shared.
  • Original materials provided by the reporting party (s) will not be shared unless permission is granted.
  • The Ombudsperson will work with Midwestern University Sponsoring Institution – Designated Institutional Official to request an internal inquiry to further explore the concerns raised.
  • Residents can expect confirmation of receipt of their email within 2-business days.
  • Programs are required to collaboratively create an action plan to address any training-related concerns and any issues of non-compliance.
  • The program director will be required to submit an action plan with a resolution within a given timeline. Implementation of all proposed resolutions will be monitored.
  • The resident and/or fellow will be notified of outcomes from program leadership discussion and plans for resolution. 

What is not provided 

  • Any type of professional counseling or therapeutic services
  • Legal advice or involvement in legal issues
  • Involvement in resident/fellow’s performance outcomes, specifically, semi-annual evaluations, post-rotation evaluation, performance improvement plans or remediation plans
  • Judgments in ongoing disputes with residents, fellows, faculty and or hospital administration 

How to submit email communication

  • Resident/Fellow (s) name, program name and contact information of the reporting party (s)
    Anonymous emails are accepted, but the ability to respond and create dialogue is essential in this process. Residents/fellows who submit an anonymous email may still be contacted for additional information.
  • Incomplete or insufficient information may result in a delay of action or inability to adequately establish resolution of the concern. Submit a detailed summary of the issue(s).
  • Describe the steps already taken towards a resolution and list internal resources used.
    Submissions will be returned if it does not contain this information, or if the resident has not utilized all available internal(program/hospital) options, resources, and mechanisms to assist in resolving the concern.  In the case that there is a valid reason for not utilizing internal resources, the rationale must be explained in detail.
  • Submit email to:

Kate Jansen, PhD, Consultant Behavioral Health, Midwestern University, GME Consortium

Note: Resident/Fellows may seek to use the current Midwestern University GME Consortium Grievance Policy process based on policy guidelines and specific concerns.

Report your concerns


Future Residents

Kingman Regional Medical Center offers five first-year resident positions each year.

Applicants must meet one of the ACGME requirements listed below.

  1. Must be a graduate from an Osteopathic medical school in the United States accredited by the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA)
  2. Must be a graduate from a medical school in the United States and Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).
  3. Graduates of medical schools outside the United States and Canada (foreign medical graduate FMG) must possess a current valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), or, have a full unrestricted license to practice medicine in a U.S. licensing jurisdiction in which they are training.
  4. Graduates of medical schools outside the United States, who have completed a Fifth Pathway program provided by an LCME-accredited medical school.

The academic year begins July 1st.

You must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

  1. Visit the ERAS website.
    1. ERAS application
    2. Personal statement
    3. Three letters of recommendation
    4. MSPE
    5. Medical school transcripts
    6. Curriculum Vitae
    7. Comlex I, Comlex II and Comlex III
    8. USMLE 1, USMLE 2 and USMLE 3
    9. Photograph
  2. Appointments are made through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). You must register through the NRMP website in addition to applying through ERAS.
  3. Applicants considered for an appointment will be invited to visit for a personal interview with the program director and selected faculty. Interviews are conducted from mid-December to mid-January each year.

If your Comlex or USMLE scores as listed above are not available at the time of ranking, you will not be eligible to be ranked with the NRMP.

Residency Coordinator

Denise Gross
Tel 928.263.4828
Fax 928.681.8816

Midwestern University Osteopathic Postdoctoral Training Institution