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"It was 1972...I knew I wanted to take care of women. Within two months into my rotating internship, I knew I wanted to take care of infants and children, too. I signed on as one of the first residents in this program and I was not disappointed!"
                           - Professor Lucy Candib, MD (then.. and now)


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We Speak Their Language

If you find multi-cultural settings stimulating, then Queen Street is for you. Close to 50% of our patients speak Spanish and full-time interpreters are on hand at all times. We also serve Vietnamese, Albanian, Portuguese, Russian, Burmese, Arabic, and Cambodian speaking patients. Many of our residents take advantage of international electives to experience the native cultures and languages of the immigrant patients they care for in Worcester. 

At Queen Street, your primary care team includes faculty physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and medical assistants, plus a social service advocate to help streamline delivery of care to all patients. A Behavioral Health faculty member will work closely with you to develop interpersonal skills with individuals and families. An onsite Department of Social Services, a WIC program, dental, psychiatric counseling, addiction medicine, pharmacy, laboratory and radiology services complete the comprehensive care model. We do it all at Queen Street.

We Teach Procedures

Queen Street residents are trained by their family medicine faculty to do colposcopy, joint injections and all types of skin procedures in weekly clinics. You will learn IUD and Nexplanon insertion/removal and endometrial sampling by providing this service to your own patients under the supervision of your preceptor and in dedicated GYN clinics. You may work in our onsite Walk-in Center periodically, or as an elective rotation and have the opportunity to care for many acutely ill and injured patients who may require suturing of lacerations, casting of fractures, and management o