Rotation Schedule

Rotation Schedule

PGY-1
Anesthesia 12 days
Outpatient Clinic 10 weeks
CCU/Telemetry 6 weeks
General Internal Medicine 17 weeks
ICU 4 weeks
Neurology 4 weeks
Night Float 6 weeks
PTO 3 weeks
Rapid Observation Unit 2 weeks
PGY-2
Electives 16 weeks
General Internal Medicine 4 weeks
ICU 10 weeks
Infectious Diseases 4 weeks
Night Float 6 weeks
Outpatient Clinic 8 weeks
PTO 4 weeks
PGY-3
CCU/Telemetry 4 weeks
Electives 20 weeks
Emergency Medicine 4 weeks
General Internal Medicine 8 weeks
ICU 4 weeks
Outpatient Clinic 8 weeks
PTO 4 weeks
Rotation Information

Rotation Information

Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds are held on Monday mornings at 8:00 a.m. These are high-level presentations by speakers from our own faculty as well as individuals who are well recognized locally and nationally.

Morning Report/Sign Out

Morning Report/Sign Out meetings are held four times a week at 7:00 a.m. Generally, admissions from the previous night are discussed, identifying problems, appropriate plan for investigation and therapy, and other aspects of the case.

Medical Management Conferences

Medical Management Conferences are held on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. Residents discuss interesting cases seen during their various rotations.

Board Review Sessions

Board Review Sessions are held weekly.  Teaching Attending and Residents discuss Questions and Guidelines.

Resident Education Conferences

Conferences are held Tuesday through Thursday at noon. They cover all specialties in internal medicine as well as current topics of interest in medicine, such as adolescent medicine, ethics, geriatrics, managed care, risk management and practice management.

Elective Rotations

Elective rotations are a significant part of our program's second and third years of training. These are available in all of the different disciplines of Internal Medicine as well as in other related specialties like Allergy, Psychiatry, Gynecology, Office Orthopedics, Rehabilitation, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology and Radiology. Our elective rotations add to the skills of the future internist or prepare the resident to an excellent start if a career in an Internal Medicine subspecialty is pursued.