First Year (PGY1)
Anticipated Rotations - Class of 2017
(All rotations a 1 block per year unless otherwise noted.)
Behavioral Health Outpatient
Residents on this rotation will learn the basics of behavioral healthcare in the primary care setting. They will have the opportunity to work in the psychiatric consult clinic based at one of our Family Health centers Residents will have experience with addiction medicine as well as working with behavioral health specialists in the Family Health Centers. There is dedicated time for behavioral health readings to support the other experiences on this rotation.
Orthopedic/Sports Medicine Outpatient
Residents will spend time with family medicine faculty in their sports medicine clinic Residents will also attend orthopedic specialty clinics It is during this month that residents also begin their longitudinal leadership role by attending family medicine departmental meetings.
Interns will spend up to 16 shifts a month in the emergency department at Oregon Health & Science University. During this rotation residents will participate in the longitudinal leadership curriculum and gain reproductive health experience at Planned Parenthood.
Family Medicine Inpatient Service
This service admits patients from all of our family medicine clinics, as well as from local safety net clinics We take care of all adults and children Interns are paired with a senior family medicine resident Interns are expected to manage at least five patients independently.
Obstetrics- Oregon Health & Science University OB Service
Interns will function as an OB intern on this service, developing skills appropriate for low risk labor and delivery management.
General Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University
Interns will be paired with a family medicine, senior resident, while caring for internal medicine patients under the supervision of General internal medicine faculty.
This experience occurs in the town of Ontario Oregon, a town of about 20,000 people. During this experience interns function as a partner to the general surgeons. This will include evaluating patients in the emergency room, office and hospital. Residents will first assist in the OR and with upper and lower G.I. endoscopy.
Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Interns will function as a pediatric intern in the neonatal intensive care unit at OHSU. They will participate in newborn resuscitation, as well as management of newborns admitted to the NICU.
Family Medicine Maternity/Newborn
Interns will be paired with a second year Family Medicine resident. They will manage labor and delivery of patients from our family medicine clinics, as well as some local safety net clinics.
Interns will function as a pediatrics intern on the inpatient wards at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital There they will care for general pediatric as well as pediatric subspecialist patients.
Family Medicine Intensive Outpatient
Family medicine intensive blocks are one to two week blocks throughout the year. During this time interns are relieved of inpatient responsibility We focus on skill building for the intern class The focus is on procedural skills, outpatient management skills and team building Residents will start setting residency and career goals This will include developing individual learning plan, beginning discussions of an area of concentration and capstone projects.
Leadership Longitudinal Curriculum
During the leadership blocks, residents from one clinic will focus on developing leadership skills and understanding leadership opportunities within the department of family medicine This curriculum is structured to be primarily facilitated small group learning A group of four interns will gather every other week for facilitated discussion with a faculty member from the department of family medicine On the other weeks, residents will have time blocked for independent study, reading and reflection activities.
Patient Centered Primary Care Home Longitudinal Curriculum
This curriculum is structured in a similar fashion to that described above for leadership During these blocks, a small group of residents will focus on understanding the principles of the patient centered primary care home, as well as evaluating their own practices as part of a patient centered primary care home.