Hey all, I am hoping this is the right place to ask this question but let me know if not. I am currently planning to work as a rural family practitioner after med school/residency, but from most of my conversations with current physicians and what I've seen shadowing, most of them do rotating weekends in the ER. Does a basic FM residency prepare you for having to work in an ER every so often? I didn't know if I should be looking into EM fellowships for after my FM residency? I also saw there are two programs that do a combined FM/EM residency. From your experience would you say someone looking to do rural FM should be looking into EM fellowships or dual residency programs? I should note that as an HPSP student my military FM residency wouldn't really reflect that of a typical rural FM setting and that is part of my concern. Any advice is appreciated!