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 and 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 that includes:
- Morning/Resident Report
- Journal Club
- Tumor Board
- EKG Conference
- Noon Lecture
- Medicine Board Review
- Critical Care Series
- Medicine team work rounds with Community Attendings
- OMM Lectures & Workshops
- Simulation Lab
- Bedside Ultrasound Training
- PS/QI council
Internal Medicine residents currently attend the on-site clinic. This experience is coupled with PEAC Internal Medicine curriculum to enhance the resident learning experience.