Curriculum

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Block rotations are on a 4-week cycle with 13 blocks per year.  In addition to the block rotation curriculum, attendance at four hours per week is mandatory for all residents.  The lectures, held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, are given by family medicine faculty, specialty faculty, and family medicine residents, and balances topics throughout the year.  See below for a breakdown of rotation types and number of blocks for each residency year.

PGY-1

  • Family Medicine Inpatient (6)
  • Emergency Medicine (2)
  • Family Medicine Procedures (1)
  • Pediatrics (1)
  • Obstetrics (1)
  • Gynecology (1)
  • Newborn care (1)

PGY-2

  • Family Medicine Inpatient  (3)
  • Night Float (1)
  • Ambulatory Medicine / Practice Management  (1)
  • Obstetrics (1) 
  • General Surgery (1)
  • Cardiology (1)
  • Orthopedics/Sports Medicine (1)
  • Urology/Geriatrics (1) 
  • Radiology/Gastroenterology (1)
  • Elective (2)

PGY-3

  • Family Medicine Inpatient (2) 
  • Night Float (1) 
  • General Surgery (1)
  • Pediatrics (1)
  • Ophthalmology/Community Medicine (1)
  • Otolaryngology/Allergy/Immunology (1)
  • Dermatology/Endocrinology (1)
  • Orthopedics/Sports Medicine (1)
  • Neurology/Nephrology (1)
  • Electives (3)

Please navigate to the drop-down "Residency Program" menu at the top of the page to learn more.