Rotations

First Year

  • Medicine Service - 16 weeks
  • Pediatrics - 8 weeks
  • Obstetrics - 8 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine - 4 weeks
  • Radiology - 2 weeks
  • Electives - 10 weeks
  • Family Medicine Clinic - 8 weeks
Residents will begin the year with 1 session each week in the Family Medicine Center
and increasing the continuity patient contact as the year progresses.

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Second Year

  • Medicine Service - 18 weeks
  • Obstetrics - 2 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine - 4 weeks
  • Pediatrics - 4 weeks
  • Community Medicine - 2 weeks
  • Gynecology - 4 weeks
  • ENT/Ophthalmology - 4 weeks
  • Orthopedics/Sports Medicine - 8 weeks
  • Electives - 6 weeks

Residents will begin the 2nd year with 2 sessions each week in the Family Medicine Center and progress to up to 4 sessions per week depending on the assigned rotation.


“During the Family Medicine inpatient rotation, we care for our patients in the hospital with our core faculty as attendings. We get to manage a wide variety of pathology, with plenty of backup, and the number of patients is regulated so we have time to learn the ropes. Morning report is aimed at practical patient care topics, and focuses on issues relevant to the patients we are treating. We have a strong emphasis on primary care, and we follow-up with our patients in clinic after they are discharged.”

-- David Ransom PGY-1

Third Year

  • Medicine Service - 10 weeks
  • Pediatrics - 4 weeks
  • Urology - 2 weeks
  • Gynecology - 2 weeks
  • General Surgery - 8 weeks
  • Dermatology - 4 weeks
  • Geriatrics - 4 weeks
  • Behavioral Sciences - 4 weeks
  • Electives - 14 weeks
Residents will begin the 3rd year with 3 sessions each week in the Family Medicine Center
and progress to 4 sessions per week depending on the assigned rotation.

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