PGY1

  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service (Day Team): 12 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service (Night Team): 8 weeks
  • Obstetrics: 4 weeks
  • Inpatient Pediatrics: 4 weeks 
  • Behavioral Health/Psychiatry: 4 weeks
  • Dermatology: 2 weeks
  • Intensive Care Unit: 2 weeks 
  • Radiology/Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics: 2 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine: 2 weeks
  • Endocrinology: 2 weeks

PGY2

  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service Day Team: 4 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service Night Team: 4 weeks
  • Acute Care Pediatrics: 4 weeks
  • Nursery: 4 weeks
  • Electives: 4 weeks
  • Surgery: 3 weeks
  • Cardiology: 2 weeks
  • Orthopedics: 2 weeks
  • Geriatrics: 2 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine: 2 weeks
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics: 2 weeks
  • Research: 2 weeks
  • Rural Medicine: 1 week

PGY3

  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service (Day Team): 4 weeks
  • Family Medicine Inpatient Service (Night Team): 4 weeks
  • Electives: 16 weeks
  • Sports Medicine: 2 weeks
  • Gynecology: 2 weeks
  • Otolaryngology: 2 weeks
  • Opthalmology/Urology: 2 weeks
  • Practice Management/Clinic: 20 weeks

Resident life

Intern year

Intern year is the most challenging and exciting year. Twenty weeks of this year will be spent at Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center in an unopposed inpatient setting. This unique experience will make you more comfortable managing multiple illnesses. Being in an unopposed setting, you will have direct access to specialists, and it's not uncommon for them to know you by name or contact you regarding any special cases. Interns run codes and rapid responses for unstable patients under the direct supervision of the senior resident. During the rest of the year, interns will develop clinical skills at different rotations like outpatient pediatrics, emergency medicine, surgery and more.

Second- and third-years

A senior resident's schedule is focused on training in an outpatient setting. During this time, residents master their skill as family physicians in the office. Seniors still spend some time in the hospital, but there is more time for electives. As a senior resident, you will be supervising interns in the hospital and teaching medical students in all settings.

Due to our night float system (four weeks per academic year), minimal call is required throughout the year. This is distributed evenly among all senior residents.‌‌‌‌