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Rotations - Internal Medicine at MedStar Franklin Square

Categorical Medicine (Three-Year Program)

The academic year is divided up into 13 blocks; each block consists of a 4 week period.

Where do I report for my rotation?

PGY-1

General Medicine

6 - 6 1/2 Blocks

Electives

2 - 2 1/2 Blocks

Ambulatory Medicine

1 Block

Critical Care Medicine

2 Blocks

Night Float

2 Weeks

Neurology

1 Block

PGY-2

General Medicine

4 Blocks

Electives

1 - 2 Blocks

Night Float

1 Block

Ambulatory Medicine

1 Block

Critical Care Medicine

2 Blocks

Nephrology

1 Block

Emergency Medicine*

1 Block

PGY-3

General Medicine

2 Blocks

Electives

3 - 4 Blocks

Ambulatory Medicine

1 Block

Critical Care Medicine

2 Blocks

Cardiology Consults

1 Block

Night Float

1 Block

Geriatrics

1 Block

Emergency Medicine

1 Block*

Ambulatory continuity experience - one half day per week for PGY-1
One to two half days per week for PGY-2 and 3.
*Emergency Medicine can be completed in the PGY2 or PGY3 year

Preliminary Medicine (One-Year Program)

Where do I report for my rotation?

PGY-1

General Medicine

5 - 6 Blocks

Electives

3 - 3 1/2 Blocks

Emergency Medicine

1 Block

Critical Care Medicine

2 Blocks

Night Float

2 Weeks

Critical Care Float

2 Weeks

Optional ambulatory continuity experience - one half-day per week.

For vacation and personal leave, see Benefits brochure.

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