Training at a Glance

The goal of our residency is to train confident physicians skilled in providing continuing and comprehensive personal care to patients and their families. The program includes education in all areas of family medicine: adult medicine, maternal and child health, behavioral science, community medicine and surgical specialties. The emphasis on the value of wellness and preventive medicine with chronic disease management and curative medicine provides an opportunity for residents to work with other members of the health care team in the management of their patients.

Our rotation year is separated into 13 four-week blocks.

First Year Rotations

Introduction to Family Medicine – July
Family Medicine Inpatient – 4 blocks (2 ½ blocks day team, 1½ blocks night team)
Family Medicine Clinic - .5 blocks
EKG Course - .5 blocks
Emergency Medicine – 1 blocks
Intensive Care Unit – 1 blocks
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – 1 blocks
Obstetrics – 1 blocks
Pediatrics Clinic – 1 blocks
Psychiatry Consult – 1 blocks
Theory and Practice in Management of Chronic Disease – January

Continuity of Care Clinic – 1 to 2 half days each week
Longitudinal– Practice Management, Geriatrics, and Behavioral Medicine.

Second Year Rotations

Family Medicine Inpatient – 2 blocks (1 block day team; 1 block night team)
Family Medicine Clinic – 1 block
Cardiology – 1 block
Chronic Disease & Community Medicine – 1 block
Geriatrics – 1 block
Newborn & Maternal Care – 1 block
Orthopedics – 2 weeks
Pediatrics Inpatient – 1 block
Radiology – 2 weeks
Rheumatology – 1 block
Sports Medicine – 1 block
Surgery – 1 block
Elective – 1 block

Continuity of Care Clinic – 2 to 3 half days each week
Longitudinal– Practice Management, Geriatrics, and Behavioral Medicine.

Third Year Rotations

Family Medicine Inpatient – 2 blocks (1 block day team; 1 block night team)
Family Medicine Clinic – 1 block
Dermatology Clinic – 2 weeks
Gynecology Clinic – 1 block
Medicine Subspecialty Clinics – 1 block
Newborn & Maternal Care – 1 block
Ophthalmology Clinic – 2 weeks
Otolaryngology Clinic – 2 weeks
Pediatrics – 1 block
Urology Clinic – 2 weeks
Electives – 4 blocks

Continuity of Care Clinic – 3 to 5 half days each week
Longitudinal– Practice Management, Geriatrics, and Behavioral Medicine.

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