Graduate Medical Education



Our curriculum is designed to prepare our graduates to begin to be able to practice independently in all fields of psychiatry or provide a firm base for further fellowship training. They will complete their non-psychiatry rotations at the Anderson Campus where an integrative approach to medicine and collaboration with other trainees begins day one. The inpatient rotations in psychiatry will be on a variety of inpatient services with exposure to all of our core faculty. Addiction medicine exposure will begin as a PGY 1 and on geropsychiatry they will have the opportunity to see and perform under direct supervision ECT. Also as part of our initiative to give residents training in all avenues of care, during their consultation-liaison rotations they can gain experience in tele-psychiatry. During PGY 3 year they will rotate in a primary clinic providing collaborative care as well as have their independent outpatient experience. As a PGY 4 they will rotate as inpatient chiefs and have opportunity for electives as they transition to independent practice.