Generalist physicians provide most primary care for older people. Increasingly, undergraduate clinical education occurs in community sites. Hence, community-based generalist faculty members need continuing education in geriatrics to support clinical practice and teaching. The Geriatrics Scholars Program provided continuing medical education (CME) in geriatrics over a 3-year period to 88 participants. Sixty physicians completed 30 or more hours of education and were designated Geriatrics Scholars. On an anonymous exit survey, Scholars reported being better equipped to care for elderly patients and to teach geriatrics and improved patient care in specific aspects of geriatrics, including medication use, cognition, and functional assessment. In summary, community-based generalist faculty who participated in a substantial, 3-year program of geriatrics CME reported that their care of older people and their teaching of geriatrics were enhanced.