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Our curriculum is designed around the outpatient clinic experience in order to emphasize high-quality outpatient training. We also have a very strong inpatient service and provide maternity care. PGY-1 residents typically spend one half-day per week in the clinic on hospital rotations, along with several dedicated clinic blocks when they are in their continuity clinic full time. During the PGY-2 year, clinic time increases to 3-4 half-day clinics on most rotations, and PGY-3 residents are typically in the clinic four half-day sessions per week. Clinic templates are designed to give residents consistent clinic days to promote continuity with their patients. 

  • 4 weeks – Fundamentals of Family Medicine
  • 6 weeks – Family Medicine outpatient (in 2-week blocks)
  • 12 weeks – Family Medicine inpatient
  • 2 weeks – Night float
  • 2 weeks – Community medicine
  • 4 weeks – Outpatient pediatrics/newborn nursery
  • 4 weeks – Pediatric inpatient
  • 2 weeks – Outpatient pediatrics
  • 4 weeks – General surgery
  • 4 weeks – Labor and delivery
  • 4 weeks – Pre-natal care
  • 2 weeks – Diagnostic radiology
  • 2 weeks – Introduction to point of care ultrasound and office procedures
  • 8 weeks – Family Medicine Inpatient
  • 4 weeks – Family Medicine Outpatient (in 2-week blocks)
  • 4 weeks – Orthopedics
  • 4 weeks – Sports Medicine
  • 4 weeks – Cardiology
  • 4 weeks – Adult ED
  • 4 weeks – Geriatrics
  • 4 weeks – Night Float (in 2 week blocks)
  • 4 weeks – Gastroenterology
  • 4 weeks – ICU
  • 4 weeks – Peds ED (Phoenix Children’s Hospital)
  • 4 weeks – Elective
  • 6 weeks – Family Medicine Inpatient
  • 2 weeks – Night Float
  • 4 weeks – Outpatient Pediatrics
  • 4 weeks – Neurology
  • 4 weeks – Ophthalmology/ENT
  • 4 weeks – Behavioral Health
  • 4 weeks – Women’s Health
  • 4 weeks - Dermatology
  • 4 weeks – Adult ED
  • 16 weeks – Electives