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Graduate Medical Education

Rotation Schedule

Bethlehem

We offer an X + Y curriculum which features six weeks of inpatient rotations followed by two weeks of ambulatory training at our continuity clinic site. This style curriculum minimizes the conflict between inpatient and outpatient clinical responsibilities.

Typical Rotation Schedule

  • Service Weeks
    General Medicine 14
    Outpatient General Medicine Continuity Clinic 12
    Cardiology 4
    Nephrology 2
    Gastroenterology 4
    Pulmonary 2
    Critical Care 4
    Emergency Medicine 4
    Night Float 6

    First year residents have a separate night float rotation. They will do an average of 7 days on and 7 days off during a 2 week block. They are always on service with a senior resident. Night float is from 7:30 pm to 8 am the following day. During the days on General Medicine, first year residents will have a long call shift approximately every 4 days from 7:30 am-7:30 pm. First year residents do not do 24 hour shifts and will not take call during Non-General Medicine or Critical Care rotations.

  • Service Weeks
    General Medicine 16
    Outpatient General Medicine Continuity Clinic 12
    Infectious Diseases 4
    Hematology/Oncology 2
    Critical Care 4
    Night Float 6
    Electives 8

    PGY 2 residents have a separate night float rotation. During General Medicine months, the PGY 2 senior will do long call every fourth day from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm. They will also have call on Critical Care months.

    Electives-radiology, ENT, dermatology, allergy & immunology, heart failure rotation, cardiac electrophysiology rotation, echocardiography rotation, sleep medicine, hospice palliative care, office urology, office orthopedics, women’s health, office primary care in a faculty practice setting, sports medicine, research

  • Service Weeks
    General Medicine 10
    Outpatient General Medicine Continuity Clinic 12
    Critical Care 4
    Night Float 4
    Endocrinology 2
    Rheumatology 2
    Neurology 2
    Geriatrics 4
    Elective 12

    PGY 3 residents have a separate night float rotation. During General Medicine months, the PGY 3 senior will do long call every fourth day from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm. They will also have call on Critical Care months.

    Electives-radiology, ENT, dermatology, allergy & immunology, heart failure rotation, cardiac electrophysiology rotation, echocardiography rotation, sleep medicine, hospice palliative care, office urology, office orthopedics, women’s health, office primary care in a faculty practice setting, sports medicine, research.