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PGY-1

Family Medicine - 14 weeks
Night Float - 6 weeks
Inpatients Pediatrics - 4 weeks
General Surgery - 4 weeks
Comm Medicine - 2 weeks
Elective - 2 weeks

OB/GYN - 6 weeks
Emergency Medicine - 4 weeks
Outpatient Pediatrics - 2 weeks
Prenatal Clinic - 4 weeks
Pharmacy - 2 weeks
Orientation - 2 weeks

PGY-2

Family Medicine - 10 weeks
Elective - 6 weeks
Cardiology - 4 weeks
Night Float - 4 weeks
Outpatient Fam Med - 4 weeks

Medical Subspecialty - 4 weeks
GYN - 4 weeks
Intensive Care - 8 weeks
Orthopedics - 4 weeks
Inpatient Pediatrics - 4 weeks



PGY-3

Family Medicine - 12 weeks
Outpatient Pediatrics - 4 weeks
Elective - 6 weeks
Sports Medicine - 4 weeks
Wound care - 1 week

Emergency Medicine - 4 weeks
Night Float - 4 weeks
Dermatology - 2 weeks
Outpatient Fam Med - 4 weeks
Advanced Wound Care - 1 week

Opththalmology - 2 weeks
Otolaryngology - 2 weeks
Urology - 2 weeks
Medical Subspecialty - 2 weeks
Pharmacy - 2 weeks


Call Schedule

First, second and third year residents participate in a night float system.

Responsibilities include:

  • Admitting patients to the general medical, telemetry and ICU floors.
  • Responding to floor calls
  • Responding to “Code Blues.”

Senior residents function in a teaching and supervisory capacity while managing outside telephone calls from our patient population.

 

Longitudinal Experiences

  • Outpatient Family Medicine: One session per week (PGY-1); two to three sessions per week (PGY-2), and four sessions per week (PGY-3).
  • Community Medicine: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-2 and PGY-3 years. Geriatrics: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-2 and PGY-3 years.
  • Practice Management: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-2 and PGY-3 years.
  • Behavioral Medicine: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-2.
  • Sports Medicine: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-2.
  • Procedures: All three years with an emphasis during PGY-3.
  • Outpatient pediatrics all three years with emphasis on PGY-1 and PGY-2 years.