Department of Medicine Residency Training

Year Two (PGYII)

PGYIIs assume increasing responsibility for their ward teams and patients in the units, with increasing continuity as their clinic practice matures. There is an appropriate balance between inpatient and ambulatory experiences, as well as time spent on general medicine versus subspecialty education.

Rotations

  • General Medicine Wards: 2.5 months
    During general medicine and ward rotations, residents supervise all aspects of interns' patient care. They are also responsible for teaching medical students serving as clerks and sub-interns.
  • Geriatrics: 0.5 month
  • Neurology: 0.5 month
  • Hepatology: 1 month
  • CCU: 1 month
  • MICU: 1 month
  • Subspecialty Electives/Research: 2 months
  • Ambulatory Blocks: 2.5 months
  • Vacation: 1 month

During PGYII appropriate balance is achieved between the overall inpatient and ambulatory experience, the time spent on ward versus intensive care rotation, and general medicine and subspecialty education.

PGYIIs assume increasing responsibility for their ward teams and patients in the units, with increasing continuity as their clinic practice matures.

Upcoming Grand Rounds

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Collaborative Peer Observation for Clinical Teaching
Daniel P. Hunt, MD
8:00 AM: 3rd Floor Lecture Hall

Contact Us

Director 

Rosemarie Conigliaro, M.D.
(718) 920-6097
rconigli@montefiore.org 

Education Administrator 

Anna Manca
718 920-6097
amanca@montefiore.org 

Internal Medicine Residency Program
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Montefiore Medical Center
111 East 210th Street
Bronx, New York 10467

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