Rotations

Family Medicine First Year

PGY1 Rotations # of Weeks
Med-FM12 weeks
Surgery4 weeks
Outpatient Pediatrics8 weeks
Emergency Medicine4 weeks
OB/Nursery8 weeks
ICU4 weeks
Night Float4 weeks
Elective6 weeks
Radiology2 weeks


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“I really enjoyed my Palliative/Hospice elective rotation.  It was a great experience and our attendings on that rotation are fantastic.” 

-- Daniel Vann, Class of 2020 

Family Medicine Second Year

PGY2 Rotations
# of Weeks
Orthopedics
4 weeks
Emergency Medicine
4 weeks
Med-FM
8 weeks
Research
2 weeks
Community Medicine
2 weeks
OB/Nursery
2 weeks
Elective
10 weeks
Night Float
4 weeks
Med-H
6 weeks
ENT
2 weeks
GYN
4 weeks
Outpatient Pediatrics
4 weeks



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“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, Class of 2018


Family Medicine Third Year

PGY3 Rotations
# of Weeks
Geriatrics
4 weeks
Med-FM
4 weeks
Breast Surgery
2 weeks
GYN
2 weeks
VA Psych
4 weeks
Inpatient Pediatrics
4 weeks
Night Float
4 weeks
Med-H
2 weeks
Dermatology
2 weeks
Research
2 weeks
OB/Nursery
2 weeks
Family Medicine Clinic
2 weeks
Orthopedics
4 weeks
Elective
14 weeks



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"I feel very blessed to work with my colleagues as we serve the people of Murfreesboro and surrounding areas.” 

-- Zara Siddiqui, Class of 2019

The residents will have their own continuity clinics at the Saint Louise Clinic.  PGY1 residents have one half-day of clinic per week.  PGY2 residents have one full day and one half-day of clinic per week.  PGY3 residents have two full days of clinic per week.

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