In response to national trends and resident feedback the changes in Family Medicine the curriculum represent our attempt to provide residents the ability to customize their training to one of three tracks: ambulatory, hospitalist or woman's health.

Depending on your selection you will be able to customize your rotations in medicine, emergency medicine, gynecology, pediatrics and surgery to one of the above tracks.

Three-Year Curriculum
(13 Four-Week Blocks Per Year)

Critical Care - ICU Surgery 2 Track (ENT) Family Medicine Inpatient 5
Pediatrics - Hurley Medical Center Family Medicine Inpatient 3
Medicine 2 Track
Family Medicine Inpatient 1 Pediatrics 2 - Well Baby Nursery Ambulatory 7
Ambulatory 1 (CM, Occ Health, PM)  Ambulatory 4 Pediatrics 4 Track
Night Float 1 Emergency Medicine 2 Track Family Medicine Inpatient 6
Ambulatory 2 (Practice Based Research, Procedures) Family Medicine Inpatient 4 Gynecology 2 Track
Obstetrics 1 Pediatrics 3 Track Emergency Medicine 3 Track
Family Medicine Inpatient 2 Ambulatory 5 (Behavioral Science, Procedures) Ambulatory 6
Surgery 1 - Dr. Park Medicine 1 Track Night Float 4
Night Float 2 Elective 1 Elective 2
Ambulatory 3 (Behavioral Science, Procedures) Night Float 3
Surgery 4 Track (Optho)
Emergency Medicine 1 - Health Park Gynecology 1 Elective 3
Obstetrics 2 Surgery 3 Track (Ortho) Surgery 5 Track (Ortho, Urology, Procedures)


Family Health Center Hours: PGY I: 1 Half-Days per Week
PGY II: 3 - 4 Half-Days per Week
PGY III: 4 Half Days per Week


Three years of longitudinal teaching includes:
Osteopathic Principles and Practice Behavioral Medicine  Research
Preventive Medicine & Health Promotion Dermatology Practice Management
Office Procedural Skills Geriatrics