Our goal is to graduate excellent Family Medicine physicians capable of performing comprehensive, full-spectrum Family Medicine, both in ambulatory and inpatient settings. We have developed a comprehensive curriculum to make this a reality for our residents, with an emphasis on inpatient training in Internal Medicine and Obstetrics.  We are weaving underserved curriculum longitudinally in all of our curriculum.

Take a look at our block schedule and explore our curriculum by year on this page. Our annual rotation schedule is arranged in 13 four-week blocks. Please note that there may be minor changes to the block schedule before 2017.

In the first month of residency all new R-1s will have an intensive four-week orientation block. During orientation residents will be introduced to all major training sites. We will do a windshield survey of our community, becoming familiar with the social determinants affecting our patients and the community resources available to help them. This will be the start of our longitudinal underserved curriculum, woven throughout the rotations.

The orientation block will have clinic days dedicated to procedures and OB skills, as well as drills and an introduction to the PRMCE SIMS lab. Orientation will also be used for certifications, which include BLS, ACLS, ATLS, ALSO and NRP.

Orientation – 4 Weeks

Internal Medicine – 12 Weeks

Obstetrics (Newborns) – 8 Weeks

Surgery – 4 Weeks

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – 4 Weeks

Outpatient Pediatrics – 4 Weeks

Orthopedics/Sports Medicine – 4 Weeks

Dermatology – 2 Weeks

Community Medicine – 4 Weeks

Electives – 6 Weeks

Internal Medicine – 8 Weeks

Inpatient Family Medicine Intensive – 4 Weeks

Obstetrics (Newborns) – 8 Weeks

Intensive Care Unit – 4 Weeks

Emergency Medicine – 4 Weeks

Inpatient Pediatrics – 4 Weeks

Outpatient Pediatrics – 4 Weeks

Gynecology – 4 Weeks

Orthopedics/Sports Medicine – 4 Weeks

Behavioral Health – 4 Weeks

Electives – 4 Weeks

Internal Medicine – 4 Weeks

Inpatient Family Medicine Intensive – 4 Weeks

Obstetrics (Newborns) – 4 Weeks

Obstetrics (Maternal Fetal Medicine) – 4 Weeks

Emergency Medicine – 4 Weeks

Pediatric Emergency Medicine – 4 Weeks

Cardiology – 4 Weeks

Geriatrics – 4 Weeks

Subspecialties (Urology/ENT/Ophthalmology) – 4 Weeks

Electives – 16 Weeks