Our curriculum

Postgraduate Year One (PGY1)Postgraduate Year Two (PGY2)Postgraduate Year Three (PGY3)
Inpatient Adult Medicine: 7-8 weeksInpatient Adult Medicine: 6-7 weeksInpatient Adult Medicine: 6-7 weeks
Inpatient Maternal/Child Health: 6-7 weeksInpatient Maternal/Child Health: 6-7 weeksInpatient Family Medicine/Deck: 2-4 weeks
Outpatient Maternal/Child Health: 6-7 weeksOutpatient Maternal/Child Health: 6-7 weeksNight Float: 4 weeks
Night Float: 5-6 weeksNight Float: 4 weeksGynecology Procedures: 1 week
General Surgery / Anesthesia: 1 weekUrgent Care: 1 weekEmergency Medicine: Need a total of 100 hours spread across PGY2 and PGY3 year, not including rural
Outpatient Family Medicine/Clinic: 5 weeksOutpatient Family Medicine/Clinic: 3 weeksOutpatient Family Medicine/Clinic: 3 weeks
ICU: 2 weeksRural Family Medicine Elective – Away: 4 weeksRisk Management: 1 week
Emergency Medicine: 2 weeksEmergency Medicine: Need a total of 100 hours spread across PGY2 and PGY3 year, not including ruralBehavioral Medicine: 1 week
Behavioral Medicine: 2 weeksBehavioral Medicine: 2 weeksSports Medicine: 1 week
NICU: 1 weekSports Medicine: 1 weekAdvanced Musculoskeletal Medicine Elective: 4 weeks
Palliative Care: 1 weekInpatient Family Medicine/Deck: 3 weeksElectives: 20 weeks
Inpatient Family Medicine/Deck: 1 weekElectives: 4 weeks 
PGY1 Structured Academic Rotation (Procedure Workshops, Lifestyle Medicine, POCUS, Communication, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Wellness): 2 weeksPGY2 Structured Academic Rotation (Procedure Workshops, Practice Management, Quality Improvement, Communication, Lifestyle Medicine): 2 weeksPGY3 Structured Academic Rotation (Practice Management, Leadership, Advocacy, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Wellness): 2 weeks
Ambulatory Pediatrics: 2 weeksCME: 1 weekCME: 1 week
Lifestyle Medicine: 1 weekVacation: 3 weeksVacation: 3 weeks
Vacation: 3 weeksCertifications: ACLS/NRP/PALSCertifications: ACLS/ATLS/AWLS
Important topics such as geriatrics, substance abuse and MAAT, treating chronic pain, population health and quality improvement, and community medicine are scheduled longitudinally.

In addition to the rotation requirements, residents are required to spend a minimum of 1000 hours seeing patients in the Family Medicine Center. Residents are expected to see patients in the Family Medicine Center for no less than 40 weeks each year.

*Please note that our curriculum may change based on changes to program or ACGME requirements.