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Rotation Schedule

First Year
FMC 101 / Orientation Month (4 week block)
Inpatient Family Medicine (8 week block)
Inpatient Pediatrics (4 week block)
Newborn Nursery (4 week block)
Pediatric Emergency Medicine (4 week block)
Emergency Medicine (4 week block)
Obstetrics (8 week block)
Gynecology (4 week block)
General Surgery 1 (4 week block)
Cardiology (4 week block)
FMC 102 / Community Medicine (4 week block)

Second Year
Inpatient Family Medicine (8 week block)
Inpatient Family Medicine Nights (4 week block)
Intensive Care Unit (4 week block)
General Surgery 2 (4 week block)
Surgical Subspecialties: ENT, Urology  (Two 2 week blocks)
Obstetrics (4 week block)
Orthopedics (4 week block)
Emergency Medicine 2 (4 week block)
Medicine Subspecialties one: Dermatology and Pulmonary (Two 2 week blocks)
Outpatient Pediatrics (4 week block)
FMC 201 / Community Medicine (4 week block)
FMC 202 / Community Medicine (4 week block)

Third Year
Inpatient Family Medicine (8 week block)
Inpatient Family Medicine Nights (4 week block)
Medical Subspecialties 1: Gastroenterology & Nephrology (Two, 2 week blocks)
Ophthalmology / Palliative Care (Two, 2 week blocks)
Outpatient Pediatrics (4 week block)
Geriatrics (4 week block)
Sports Medicine / Rheumatology (4 week block)
FMC 301 / Community Medicine (4 week block)
FMC 302 / Community Medicine (4 week block)
Electives (Three, 3week blocks)

Global Health Curriculum:
The Family Medicine Residency Program at St. Mary Mercy Hospital has recognized the
Importance of serving the disadvantaged both in the United States and abroad. This
Includes a solid knowledge base of local diseases and culture, the skills to provide medical
Care, education and social support and the attitudes to be open, professional and caring
For a diverse population.
Our goals are to provide high-quality global health training for Family Medicine Residents
Including the knowledge of health disparities and the causes including medical, social , economic
And environmental factors, developing competence in an alternative cross-cultural clinical
Experience and to develop leadership skills. This is accomplished through a variety of ways
Including didactics, small group learning, working at a local free clinic, field experiences in

Developing nations and presenting at national conferences.

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