Combined Residency Curriculum
Our schedule is based on a six month rotation schedule, with each year being divided into 6 months on Internal Medicine and 6 months on Emergency Medicine. Residents on Internal Medicine will receive Ambulatory Medicine training through a half-day continuity clinic, which takes place weekly. While on the Internal Medicine service, residents participate in board review lectures, case presentations and journal club with the Internal Medicine Residency.
For more information regarding the Internal Medicine curriculum, please click here.
On the Emergency Medicine service, residents participate in weekly conference, which includes patient safety presentations, mock oral board cases and simulation exercises.
For more information regarding the Emergency Medicine curriculum, please click here.
Sample Internal Medicine Curriculum:
Ambu=Ambulatory, SS= Sub-specialty Consults, Elect=Elective, Vac=Vacation, NF=Night Float
Sample Emergency Medicine Curriculum:
Comm. ED= Community ED, VA= Veterans Administration, PICU= Pediatric ICU, Tox= Toxicology, Anes= Anesthesia