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Below illustrates the breakdown of a clinical rotation during your residency training: 

PGY 1

  • 3-4 Months Teaching Service/General Medicine Inpatient
  • 1-2 Months Inpatient Cardiology
  • 2 Months Critical Care
  • 1.5-2 Months Night Float*
  • 1.75-2.75 Months Ambulatory Care
  • 1 Month Vacation

PGY 2

  • 2 Months Teaching Service/General Medicine Inpatient
  • 1 Month Inpatient Cardiology
  • 2 Months Critical Care
  • 1-1.5 Months Night Float*
  • 2 Months Ambulatory Care
  • 0.5 Month Toxicology
  • 2.5 Months subspecialty rotations (including outside elective)
  • 1 Month Vacation

PGY 3

  • 2 Months Teaching Service/General Medicine Inpatient
  • 1 Month Inpatient Cardiology
  • 1 Month Critical Care
  • 1 Month Night Float*
  • 2 Months Ambulatory Care
  • 1 Month Geriatrics/Hospice
  • 1 Month Neurology/Psychiatry
  • 1 Month Emergency Medicine
  • 1 Month subspecialty rotation
  • 1 Month Vacation


*Total Night Float over 3 years is 4 months