Program Structure
Program Structure

Program Structure

We offer core rotations in a 4+2 format. A two-week ambulatory clinic rotation follows each four-week rotation block (inpatient floors, ICU, elective, etc.).Ambulatory +2 week block rotation is further allocated into continuity and specialty clinic rotations.

Continuity clinics provide residents with a robust opportunity to follow a panel of patients longitudinally, developing a physician-patient relationship key to the professional satisfaction associated with primary care. In contrast, specialty clinic rotations allow residents to gain experience on common sub-specialties of Internal medicine in an outpatient setting.

Subspecialty clinics for PGY-1s are Cardiology, Women Health and Fast track urgent care.

  • 16 weeks of inpatient medicine (floors)
  • 4 weeks of admissions rotation (MAR)
  • 4 weeks of Critical care
  • 4 weeks of Night Float
  • 10-12 weeks of outpatient primary care clinic
  • 4 weeks of cardiology clinic (During + 2 clinic weeks)
  • 4 Weeks of fast track rotation (During +2 weeks)
  • 4 weeks vacation

Subspecialty clinics for PGY-2 are Pulmonary and Endocrinology.

  • 8 weeks of inpatient medicine (floors)
  • 4 weeks of admissions rotation (MAR)
  • 4 weeks of Critical care
  • 4 weeks of Night Float
  • 8 Weeks of Elective
  • 10-12 weeks of outpatient primary care clinic
  • 4 weeks of Pulmonary clinic (During + 2 clinic weeks)
  • 4 Weeks of Endocrinology (During +2 weeks)
  • 4 weeks vacation

PGY-3

  • 4 weeks of inpatient medicine (floors)
  • 4 weeks of admissions/consult rotation (MAR)
  • 4 weeks of Critical care
  • 4 weeks of Night Float
  • 4 weeks of cardiology elective
  • 4 weeks of geriatrics
  • 2 weeks of Palliative care
  • 4 Weeks of Emergency Medicine
  • 10-12 weeks of outpatient primary care clinic
  • 4 weeks of Gastroenterology clinic (During + 2 clinic weeks)
  • 4 Weeks of Neurology (During +2 weeks)
  • 4 weeks vacation