Family Medicine: CURRICULUM

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OGY1

Family Medicine
Emergency Med
Emergency Med
General Surgery
Inpt Pediatrics
Outpt Pediatrics
OB/Gyn
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
ICU
Block Nights
Radiology
Elective

OGY2

OB/Gyn

Pediatrics

Pediatrics

Orthopedics

Internal Medicine

Cardiology

Gastroenterology

Dermatology

Endocrinology

OMM or Sports

Elective

Elective

Elective

OGY3

OB/Gyn
Ophtho/ENT
Urology
Practice Managment
FM/Procedure
Neurology
Pulmonary
Geriatrics
Behavior Medicine
Surgical Selective
Elective
Elective
Elective

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Leadership

Manual

Residents

 

FM contact:

Suzanne de Rooy
Office: 540-953-5108

Fax: 540-953-5453

Selectives / Electives

Medical

Cardiology
Gastroenterology
Endocrinology
Pulmonology
Rheumatology
Infectious Disease
Nephrology
Dermatology
Heme/Onc
Neurology
Allergy/Immun
Ambulatory IM

Other

Radiology
Geriatrics
OMM
Sports Medicine
Behavior Medicine
Practice Managment
Community Medicine
Research
Admin Medicine
Anesthesiology
Urgent Care
Pathology
Pharmacology

Surgical

General Surgery
Ortho
Ophthalmology
ENT
Urology
Plastics

ACGME Requirements

  Emergency Medicine:

8+ weeks PGY-1 > 4 weeks

 

Internal Medicine:

24+ weeks PGY-1 General IM Inpatient 8+ weeks
Critical Care 4 weeks
*Emphasis placed on subspecialties

 

Pediatrics:

16+ weeks

PGY-1  4+ weeks
*Requires neonatal medicine plus ambulatory/hospitalized patients

 

Surgery:

20+ weeks, PGY-1 General Surgery 4+ weeks
*Emphasis placed on ambulatory management of surgical problems in subspecialties

 

Electives:

20+ weeks (maximum 28 weeks)
PGY-1  4+ weeks
PGY-2  8+ weeks
PGY-3  8+ weeks

 

Community Medicine:

To provide the resident through didactics and clinical experiences, with educational experiences to enhance knowledge/skills in disease prevention, health promotion, immunizations, healthy lifestyle, community programs

 

Geriactrics:

Structured curriculum to train resident in care of geriatric patients. May occur at continuity care site, hospital, long-term care facility, patient’s home, geriatric assessment unit, etc.

 

Sports Medicine:

Clinical and didactic experiences in pre-participation assessment, injury prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation related to athletic and recreational activities

 

Diagnostic Imaging:
To provide resident, through didactic and clinical experiences, with an educational experience that will expand his/her knowledge and skills in the utilization and interpretation of appropriate imaging techniques

 

Behavioral Medicine:
These elements shall be acquired in all disciplines. The continuity of care clinic site shall serve as the primary location for training in this area.


Practice Management:
20+ hours of instruction shall be provided in
basic economic principles of medicine, volume of patients seen and revenue generated per patient visit, gross charges, contractual adjustments, balance billing, overhead costs and prorated economic data, personal and practice financial management, debt consolidation, student loan repayment, retirement planning, financial planning