As Family Medicine continues to evolve, it is becoming clear that the way of Family Medicine is in an outpatient setting. Our curriculum reflects that shift in the Family Medicine specialty. The PGY-1 year is based in the hospital. However, the PGY-2 and PGY-3 years are based in the outpatient setting. While some rotations continue to be inpatient, the majority of rotations are outpatient. As PGY-1, you spend 1 half day per week in your continuity clinic. As PGY-2 and PGY-3, you spend 3-4 half days per week in your continuity clinic.


PGY-1

Emergency Medicine (4 weeks)
Family Medicine - Inpatient (4 weeks)
General Surgery (4 weeks)
ICU (4 weeks)
Internal Medicine (8 weeks)
Obstetrics/Labor & Delivery (8 weeks)
Practice Management (4 weeks)
Pediatrics - Inpatient (8 weeks)
Rehabilitation/PM&R (4 weeks)


PGY-2

Electives (8 weeks)
Emergency Medicine (4 weeks)
Endocrinology (4 weeks)
Family Medicine - Inpatient (8 weeks)
Geriatrics/Nursing Home (4 weeks)
Obstetrics & Gynecology (4 weeks)
Ophthalmology (2 weeks)
Pediatrics/Neonatology (4 weeks)
Pulmonology (4 weeks)
Surgery Selective (4 weeks)
Urology (2 weeks)


PGY-3

Behavioral Health (4 weeks)
Community Health (4 weeks)
Cardiology (2 weeks)
Electives (6 weeks)
ENT (2 weeks)
Family Medicine - Inpatient (8 weeks)
Gastroenterology (2 weeks)
Gynecology (4 weeks)
Orthopedics (2 weeks)
Pediatrics (8 weeks)
Selectives (6 weeks)
Sports Medicine (2 weeks)


All of the above subject to change without notice