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Saint Francis Family Medicine Residency

The care of the ambulatory patient is the cornerstone of family medicine.

 

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Chief Residents

resident imageLeticia Huynh, MD


Dr. Huynh's Bio

Hometown: Seattle, WA
Undergraduate: University of Washington
Marital Status: Married to a former medical school classmate who is now a UTHSC Pathology resident.
Interests & Tidbits: I love to read (mostly fantasy/science fiction and history) and play tabletop games. I also like to play the piano, especially Bach and Chopin, and garden. I play tennis, bike and dabble in hiking, kayaking and clay shooting.
Why Saint Francis FMR: I was attracted to the great residents and faculty – everyone is so intelligent, warm and grounded and the community is caring and close-knit. I also really like the unopposed nature of the program; the strong curriculum, especially in ICU, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology and emergency medicine; and the large variety of fellowships associated with the program. My fiancé and I participated in the couples match and of course, the fact that he also liked the UTHSC Pathology residency was an important factor.

resident photoShumon Rahman, MD


Dr. Rahman's Bio

Hometown: Friendswood, TX
Undergraduate: Tulane University, BA Philosophy, Dec 2007
Medical School: Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, May 2012
Marital Status: Married to Anna Chollet
Interests & Tidbits: Love the outdoors, have hiked to Macchu Picchu, seen K2 and Mt McKinley. I am an avid gardener and growing tomatoes was referenced in my wedding vows.
Why Saint Francis FMR: Lived in California working for the US Air Force for the past 4 years but did not finish a residency during that time, so I am here to finish up my residency. I wanted to be closer to home for both my wife and I. My wife, Anna, completed her FM/OB fellowship here and wanted to stick around.

Last Published: Feb 12, 2018