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Curriculum & Schedule

The academic year is divided into 13 four-week blocks. All inpatients on medicine teams are covered by separate day and night shifts.

A typical schedule for PGY-1 residents includes:

  • 4 inpatient ward blocks
  • 1 night float block
  • 1 cardiology outpatient block
  • 2 intensive care unit blocks
  • 1 emergency department block
  • 1 outpatient primary care medicine block
  • 1 geriatric medicine block
  • 2 outpatient elective blocks

A typical schedule for PGY-2 residents includes:

  • 4 inpatient ward blocks
  • 1 or 2 ICU blocks
  • 1 or 2 blocks of MOD (admitting resident)
  • 1 outpatient internal medicine consult / preop block
  • 1 cardiology clinic block
  • 1 neurology block
  • 3 elective blocks

A typical schedule for PGY-3 residents includes:

  • 2 inpatient ward blocks
  • 2 ICU blocks
  • 2 blocks of MOD (admitting resident)
  • 1 dermatology block
  • 6 elective blocks

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