"As a resident at Montefiore, I had the opportunity to treat patients from across the world who presented with a wide variety of disease—there was rarely a dull moment on the medical wards."
Laura Paulin MD MHS
Pulmonary/Critical Care Fellow
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
To achieve a balance among inpatient, ambulatory care, critical care, and subspecialty experiences, each residency year is divided into 12 month-long units or rotations, one of which is vacation.
The distribution of time among hospital, clinic and consult rotations may vary slightly from resident to resident, depending on each resident's chosen track and main interests.
Image: Dr. Darlene LeFrancois-Haber leads Journal Club, part of the general medicine ward rotation.
General Medicine Wards
Description of the General Medicine ward rotation experience, including attending rounds, resident and intern reports, grand rounds, intake and sign-out rounds, post-rounds noon conferences, and a typical week's schedule.
Oncology, hepatology, neurology, geriatrics, and AIDS/HIV rotations.
Opportunities to do electives in all medical subspecialties, "non-medical" subspecialties, or research.
Ambulatory Care Training
Ambulatory clinic, emergency medicine, and diverse curricula in ambulatory clinical medicine, psychosocial/behavioral medicine, and physical diagnosis.