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Rotation Schedule


Training Years

The PGY-1 year is designed to give preliminary and categorical interns a solid clinical experience in general inpatient medicine, critical care medicine, 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:

  • Inpatient Wards: 26‐30 weeks
  • Critical Care: 6‐8 weeks
  • Subspecialty: 5‐6 weeks
  • Elective: 7‐8 weeks
  • Ambulatory: 4‐5 weeks

In the PGY-2 year, residents assume 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 subspecialties, primary care, and/or research. The typical PGY-2 schedule is as follows:

  • Inpatient Wards: 18‐22 weeks
  • Critical Care: 6‐9 weeks
  • Subspecialty: 4 weeks
  • Elective: 11‐13 weeks
  • ER or Neuro: 4 weeks
  • Ambulatory: 7‐8 weeks

The PGY-3 year gives senior residents expanded autonomy and the opportunity to shape their roles as teachers and team leaders. They have ample opportunity to refine their skills and prepare themselves for individual career paths. The PGY-3 schedule includes:

  • Inpatient Wards: 14‐16 weeks
  • Critical Care: 8‐9 weeks
  • Subspecialty: 6 weeks
  • Elective: 15‐17 weeks
  • ER or Neuro: 3‐4 weeks
  • Geriatrics: 2 weeks
  • General Internal Medicine Consult/Prerioperative Medicine: 2 weeks
  • Ambulatory: 6‐8 weeks