Internal Medicine Residency at Manatee Memorial
Manatee Memorial Hospital has a strong commitment to training primary care physicians in Internal Medicine. Residents accepted into the three-year categorical Internal Medicine Residency will follow the Internal Medicine specialty track set forth by ACGME and ABIM standards.
The Internal Medicine program will participate exclusively in the NRMP and will accept applications through ERAS. We gladly accept applications from Allopathic and Osteopathic students/graduates as well as International Medical Graduates. To review a more detailed description of our program eligibility criteria, please refer to our program profile on the AMA/Freida Online website. If you do not currently have an AMA login, you can create a free account.
Below are the rotation requirements and opportunities available for all Internal Medicine Residents during their three-year program.
Mandatory rotations (per ACGME requirements) that are scheduled by the program:
- Ambulatory Medicine
- Critical Care PGY 1
- Critical Care PGY 2 & 3
- General Internal Medicine
- Night Float
- ICU Night Float
Elective rotations within the Internal Medicine Subspecialties.
- First year residents do not have elective time.
- Second year residents will have four to eight weeks of assigned IM sub-specialties, including Hematology/Oncology, Cardiology and Nephrology.
- Third year residents will have eight to twelve weeks of IM elective time scheduled into their rotation schedule.
- Elective rotations include:
- Hematology/Oncology - Assigned during second year
- Infectious disease
Elective rotations outside of Internal Medicine Subspecialties that are provided as opportunities for residents.
- First year residents do not have elective time scheduled into their rotation schedule.
- Second year residents do not have elective time scheduled into their rotation schedule.
- Third year residents will have eight weeks of Non-IM Elective time scheduled into their rotation schedule.
- Opportunities include:
- Allergy & Immunology
- Gynecology, Office
- Orthopedics, Non-Operative
- Ophthalmology, Medical
- Palliative Medicine
- Rehab Medicine
- Sleep Medicine
The clinical experience will be supplemented by a structured didactic program comprised of:
- Resident Report
- Journal Club
- Tumor Board
- EKG Conference
- Noon Lecture
- Medicine Board Review
- Critical Care Series
- Medicine team work rounds with Community Attendings
- Simulation Lab
- Bedside Ultrasound Training
- PS/QI council
For more information, contact: MANATEEGME-InternalMedicine@uhsinc.com