During this rotation, interns will provide overnight care to patients assigned to the teaching service during the day. Senior residents will admit new patients under the guidance of our hospitalist faculty. In addition, residents will be part of our resuscitation team and develop the skills required to care for acute scenarios that arise in the hospital with the aid of our intensivist team.
During this third year rotation, residents engage with our faculty to develop critical skills around communicating with patients and their families at the end of life. In addition, they work with experienced geriatricians to optimize the care for elderly patients and enhance their quality of life.
Senior residents rotate with our hospitalist attendings performing medical consults for patients throughout our hospital. The rotation allows residents to be comfortable as consultants as well as develop skills in perioperative management.
Residents will choose from a variety of inpatient and ambulatory elective choices, allowing them to guide their educational experience to complement their career goals.
Interns and Residents will rotate through our Critical Care Units under the guidance of our dedicated Intensivist faculty. Utilizing a team model, residents will care for patients with a variety of life-threatening illnesses and work with a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive care to our most challenging patients.
During the ambulatory week, residents will have 5 half-day continuity sessions. During ambulatory weeks, residents will also be given time to complete online modules and administrative tasks related to their primary care panel. In addition, they will have protected time to engage in quality improvement activities.
Interns will develop the skills required to manage patients with common neurologic conditions while working with our Neurology Department in our dedicated stroke center and inpatient service. Interns will also spend time working alongside our neurologists in their active outpatient practice.
During this rotation, interns will be paired with a senior resident and an academic hospitalist. The team will care for a maximum of 16 patients and work with a multidisciplinary team to provide evidence-based, patient-centered care.
During this rotation, residents will serve as first point of contact for patients with urgent and emergent illnesses under the guidance of our Emergency Medicine Faculty. Our emergency department is a Level 2 Trauma Center and serves over 70,000 patients each year, allowing for a diverse and robust educational experience.
This core experience during the second and third years of residency allows housestaff to build skills in leading quality improvement efforts and analyzing patient safety data to make improvements to our healthcare system. As part of this rotation, residents will work with our Chief Quality Medical Officer to develop projects and initiatives to improve the care we provide our patients.