Graduate Medical Education

Typical Day

Integrated Interventional Radiology/Diagnostic Radiology Residency

The interventional radiology (IR) rotation is the vital component of our residency program, providing residents with hands-on experience and an immersive learning environment. A typical day on the IR rotation begins with pre-rounding on inpatients who underwent major procedures the day before.

Table rounds are then conducted, where residents present progress reports on pre-rounded patients, discuss scheduled cases for the day and inpatient add-ons, setting the stage for the rest of the day's activities. Throughout the day, residents work with attending physicians to assist in pre-procedural workup, procedures and post-procedure management, participating in the full spectrum of IR patient care from beginning to end.

Our program places a strong emphasis on graduated responsibility, meaning residents are given increasing levels of responsibility based on their procedural comfort level and competency, with the ultimate goal of achieving autonomy by the end of their training.

We believe in promoting a healthy work-life balance and we have designed the curriculum and call schedule to ensure our residents’ wellness.