Clinical Curriculum

Emergency Medicine Residency Curriculum Outline
Effective 7.30.2013
OGME-1
Internal Medicine 2 months
Critical Care/ICU 1 month
Pain Management/Anesthesia 2wk/2wk
General Surgery 1 month
Orthopedics 1 month
OBG – Female Reproductive 1 month
Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Emergency Medicine 1 month
OGME-2
Emergency Medicine 6 months
Cardiology 1 month
General Internal Medicine 1 month
Critical Care/ICU 1 month
Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Anesthesiology and Radiology 2wk/2wk
Orthopedics 1 month
OGME-3
Emergency Medicine 5 months
Emergency Department Trauma 1 month
Neurosurgery/Neurology 1 month
Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Elective 1 month
E.M.S. and Life Flight 1 month
OBG – Female Reproductive 1 month
ICU 1 month
OGME-4
Emergency Medicine 8 months
E.M.S. and Life Flight 1 month
Research/Administrative 1 month
Electives 1 month

All elective rotations must be pre-approved by the Program Director and rotation’s preceptor and are dependent upon availability. Examples of elective rotations include the medical subspecialties and Hand Surgery.

Family Practice Residency Curriculum Outline
Effective 7.1.2013
OGME-1
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 3 months
ICU 1 month
Family Practice 1 month
General Surgery 1 month
Pediatrics (Inpatient RBC or SJMC) 1 month
Pediatrics (outpatient) 1 month
OB/GYN 1 month
Emergency Medicine 1 month
Electives 1 month
Anesthesia 2 weeks
Pain Management 2 weeks
OGME-2
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 2 months
Medicine Subspecialties 2 months
Surgical Subspecialties 2 months
Pediatrics (outpatient) 1 month
Pediatrics (MetroHealth outpatient) 1 month
OB/GYN 1 month
Emergency Medicine (EM) 1 month
Electives 2 months
OGME-3**
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 1 month
Medicine Subspecialties 2 months
Surgical Subspecialties 2 months
Pediatrics (outpatient) 2 months
OB/GYN 1 month
Sports Medicine 2 weeks
Electives 3-1/2 months
Internal Medicine Subspecialty Rotations Surgical Subspecialty Rotations
Allergy & Immunology
Cardiology
Dermatology
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
Infectious Disease
Nephrology
Neurology
Oncology
Pulmonary Medicine
Rheumatology
Dermatology
ENT
Hand Surgery
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics
Podiatry
Urology

**All Residents must have successfully completed COMLEX Part III, have obtained a state medical license and DEA number, and have completed the first draft of their scholarly activity in order to be advanced to OGME-3.

All elective and selective rotations must be pre-approved by the rotation’s preceptor as well as the Family Practice Residency Director.

Residents must review rotation specific curriculum on New Innovations prior to the start of each rotation. This curriculum must be confirmed to document that the resident has reviewed the appropriate material.

In addition to scheduled rotations, residents will be required to complete a continuity care experience at the Family Medicine Center. Residents are expected to build a panel of patients to follow throughout their training. A minimum of 150 patient visits must occur during the OGME-1 year, with a total of at least 1,650 patient visits over the course of the residency. Residents must see patients in the continuity of care clinic site for a minimum of 40 weeks per year. The Continuity Care Clinic must have the availability of minor surgery on site.

Residents must receive at least 100 hours of training in the care of the geriatric patient in addition to the training that occurs in the continuity of care site or general internal medicine residents. This will occur in the nursing home setting and must be logged as such when entering Duty Hours in New Innovations.

Residents must receive 50 hours of documented training in community medicine.

Internal Medicine Residency Curriculum Outline
Effective 7.1.2013
OGME-1
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 4 months
CCU 1 month
ICU 1 month
Radiology 2 weeks
Anesthesiology 2 weeks
Selectives 2 months
Emergency Medicine 1 month
OB/GYN 1 month
General Surgery 1 month
OGME-2
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 6 months
CCU 2 months
ICU 2 months
Hematology/Oncology 1 month
GI 1 month
OB/GYN 1 month
Pulmonary Medicine 1 month
Rheumatology 1 month
Electives 1 month
OGME-3
General Internal Medicine (GIM) 5 months
Endocrinology 1 month
Neurology 1 month
ICU 1 month
Infectious Disease 1 month
Nephrology 1 month
Electives 2 months

All elective and selective rotations must be pre-approved by the rotation’s preceptor as well as the Director of Internal Medicine.

In addition to scheduled rotations, residents will be required to complete a continuity care experience a minimum of one-half day each week. This experience will occur within a General Internist’s office and residents will be expected to build a panel of patients to follow throughout their training. The emphasis on development of the panel should occur during the first two years of residency.

*Curriculum is subject to changes in the Basic Standards and program requirements.

Rev. 8/9/13

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