Curriculum and Curricular Tracks


PGY1

Internal Medicine 8 weeks
Obstetrics 8 weeks
Pediatrics 8 weeks
Cardiology 4 weeks
Emergency Medicine 4 weeks
Family Medicine Introduction 4 weeks
Psychiatry 4 weeks
Ortho 4 weeks
Surgery 4 weeks
Geriatrics 4 weeks

PGY2

Internal Medicine (Night Float) 8 weeks
Obstetrics 8 weeks
Pediatrics 8 weeks
Gynecology 4 weeks
ICU Medicine 4 weeks
Dermatology 2 weeks
Ophthalmology 2 weeks
Sports Medicine 4 weeks
Medicine Elective 4 weeks
Electives 8 weeks

PGY3

Electives                                  20 weeks
Chief Resident 8 weeks
Internal Medicine 8 weeks
Peds Emergency Medicine 4 weeks
Neurology 2 weeks
Otolaryngology 2 weeks
Radiology 2 weeks
Urology 2 weeks
Scholarly Activity 4 weeks


Longitudinal Curricula:

System Errors and Patient Safety
Practice Management
Community Medicine and Population Health


Electives

Advanced Obstetrics
Allergy and Immunology
Anesthesiology
Colorectal Surgery
Endocrinology
Exercise Stress Testing
Family Medicine (Private Preceptor)
Gastroenterology
Infectious Disease
Internal Medicine (Private Preceptor)
Maternal/Paternal & Infant Health
Nephrology
Oncology
Pain Management
Podiatry
Primary Care Procedures
Pulmonary Medicine
Rheumatology
NICU
Urgent Care
Perinatology



Curricular Tracks*

 

Obstetrical Track:
Additional Requirements:
  1. 80 vaginal deliveries
  2. 20 C-sections (at least serving as the first assist)
  3. 5 Vacuum Deliveries
  4. Assist or perform 5 BTL
  5. Complete and maintain ALSO and NRP certifications
  6. Must attend the AAFP Maternity Care Conference at least once during their residency
  7. Develop proficiency in episiotomy and perineal laceration repair
  8. Critical Appraisal and Presentation of at least one journal club article related to Maternity Care (at journal club)
  9. Present a Maternity Care related topic as a noon conference
  10. Completion of a scholarly project relevant to Obstetrics/Maternity Care (including, but not limited to; original research, clinical or educational quality improvement project, case podium presentation, poster presentation, written case report, review article) and presentation of the project within the residency or a separate acceptable local, regional or national forum.
Hospital Medicine Track:
Additional Requirements: 
  1. Complete and maintain ACLS, BLS, and PALS certifications
  2. Attend at least one Hospitalist CME during their residency
  3. Critical Appraisal and Presentation of at least one journal club article related to Hospital Medicine (at journal club)
  4. Present a Hospital
  5. Medicine related topic as a noon conference
  6. Completion of a scholarly project relevant to Hospital Medicine (including, but not limited to; original research, clinical or educational quality improvement project, case podium presentation, poster presentation, written case report, review article) and presentation of the project within the residency or a separate acceptable local, regional or national forum.
Sports Medicine Track:
Additional Requirements:
  1. Must attend at least one national sports medicine conferences (AMSSM, ACSM or Advanced Team Physician Course) during their residency
  2. Establish at least a one year continuity experience with a local or regional sports team or school
  3. Present a Sports Medicine related topic as a noon conference
  4. Completion of a scholarly project relevant to Sports Medicine (including, but not limited to; original research, clinical or educational quality improvement project, case podium presentation, poster presentation, written case report, review article) and presentation of the project within the residency or a separate acceptable local, regional or national forum.
  5. Participation in pre-participation sports physicals as call schedule allows
  6. Critical Appraisal and Presentation of a journal club article related to sports medicine (at journal club)
Emergency Medicine/Urgent Care:
Additional Requirements:
  1. Complete and maintain BLS, ACLS, NRP, ALSO during their residency
  2. Must complete ATLS for CME during their residency
  3. Critical Appraisal and Presentation of at least one journal club article related to Emergency Medicine or Urgent Care Medicine (at journal club)
  4. Present an Emergency Medicine or Urgent Care Medicine related topic as a noon conference
  5. Completion of a scholarly project relevant to Emergency Medicine or Urgent Care Medicine (including, but not limited to; original research, clinical or educational quality improvement project, case podium presentation, poster presentation, written case report, review article) and presentation of the project within the residency or a separate acceptable local, regional or national forum.
*If a curricular track is selected to follow, the curriculum will have certain required blocks reducing the total number of elective blocks.  The required blocks are unique to each curricular track.