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St. Joseph’s offers family medicine residents an enhanced experience through close collaboration from other services, residents, fellows, sub-specialties and internationally renowned Barrow Neurological Institute.
The PGY-1 year is designed to give family medicine interns a solid clinical experience in general inpatient and ambulatory medicine. Interns are able to assume the role of primary caregiver for patients while under the supervision of senior residents and teaching faculty. The typical intern schedule includes the following rotations:
PGY-2 family medicine residents begin to assume a supervisory role over their junior colleagues while under the guidance of the teaching faculty. They also enjoy opportunities to explore their individual interests in primary care, subspecialties or research. PGY-2’s begin their leadership development by serving as clinical team leads in the Family Medicine Center. The typical PGY-2 schedule includes the following rotations:
PGY-3 family medicine residents continue to serve in a supervisory role over their junior colleagues while under the guidance of the teaching faculty. They also enjoy a greater opportunity to explore their individual interests in primary care, subspecialties or research. The PGY-3’s enhance their clinical leadership by leading clinical operations groups in the Family Medicine Clinic. The typical PGY-3 schedule includes the following rotations:
Residents can choose electives in: Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Pathology, Sports Medicine, Allergy, Rheumatology, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Infectious Disease, Advanced Obstetrics, Adolescent Health, Hospice and Palliative Care, Breastfeeding/Lactation, Wound Care, Pharmacology, International Health, Alternative Medicine, OMT and Research, Rural Health via the Indian Health Service. Other special electives may be arranged with the Director’s permission.
Continuity Experience in Family Medicine Center:
PGY-1: 1 half day per week
PGY-2: 4 half days per week
PGY-3: 4 half days per week