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Community Medical Centers – Channel: Residents provide care to a continuity patient panel throughout their three years of residency at this well established outpatient clinically site. Residents will become proficient using the clinic’s NextGen electronic medical record system in caring for a diverse population of patients.
Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine: Through a partnership with Stockton’s largest Orthopedics group, Alpine Orthopedics, residents will gain experience in fracture management, joint injections, radiologic interpretation, and caring for patients with spine and other musculoskeletal disorders. Residents are under the supervision of general and specialty trained orthopedist including hand, spine, and sports medicine specialists.
Surgical Subspecialties: Residents have dedicated rotations in Otolaryngology, Urology, and Ophthalmology supervised by board certified physicians in these fields.
Gynecology: In addition to a robust obstetrics experience and caring for gynecologic disorders during their family medicine rotations, residents gain additional gynecologic experience during two dedicated months working with specialists from the Gill Obstetrics and Gynecology Group.
Cardiology: Residents spend a month during their second year training with Board Certified Cardiologists caring for patients at the San Joaquin Cardiology Medical Group.
Dermatology: Residents have a dedicated month of dermatology to gain proficiency in the diagnosis and treatment of a range of dermatologic disorders.
Behavioral Health: Through a community health rotation, residents rotate through the St. Joseph’s Behavioral Health Center learning from both psychiatrists and psychologists. Skills gained include mental health screening, treatment of mood disorders, and substance use counseling and detoxification.
Electives: PGY-2 and PGY-3 residents will have 4-weeks of elective each year