St. Joseph's Rotations

Rotations

First Year

First Year

First-year rotations focus on inpatient medicine, working one-on-one with family medicine and pharmacy preceptors.

  • Teaching service, 12-14 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine, 4 weeks
  • OB, 8 weeks
  • Surgery, 4 weeks
  • ICU, 4 weeks
  • Neonatal, 4 weeks
  • Peds Inpatient, 4 weeks
  • Peds Outpatient, 4 weeks
  • CHAMPS (Practice management and community health), 4 weeks
  • Ortho, 4 weeks

Second Year

Second Year

Second- and third-year residents have fewer required rotations and more time to focus on electives. They also spend more outpatient time in the clinic and have three weeks of night float each year.

  • Teaching Service, 6-8 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine, 4 weeks
  • Hospitalist, 4 weeks
  • Hospice, 2 weeks
  • Ortho, 4-6 weeks
  • OB, 2-4 weeks
  • Pediatrics outpatient, 4 weeks
  • CHAMP (Practice management and community health), 4 weeks
  • Psychology (Hazelden one week), 4 weeks
  • Pharmacology, 4 weeks
  • Electives, 4 weeks

Third Year

Third Year

Second- and third-year residents have fewer required rotations and more time to focus on electives. They also spend more outpatient time in the clinic and have three weeks of night float each year.

  • Teaching Service, 4-6 weeks
  • OB, 2-4 weeks
  • Peds ER, 4 weeks
  • CHAMPS (Practive management and community health), 4 weeks
  • Geriatrics, 4 weeks
  • GYN, 4 weeks
  • Electives, 4 weeks

Additional rotations required in PGY2 or PGY3

Additional rotations required in PGY2 or PGY3

  • Cardiology, 4 weeks
  • Infectious Disease, 4 weeks
  • Neurology, 4 weeks
  • Derm, 2 weeks
  • ENT, 2 weeks
  • Ophthalmology, 2 weeks
  • Urology, 2 weeks