Third Year (PGY3)
Anticipated Rotations - Class of 2017
All rotations are 1 block per year unless otherwise noted.
Family Medicine Inpatient Service
Third-year residents will function as leaders of clinical teams while supervising an intern and a sub intern on one of our family medicine inpatient teams. In addition, they will be responsible for managing sign-out rounds and teaching rounds.
Third-year residents will supervise a second year resident as the team cares for all four inpatient services four nights per week.
Residents will gain further experience in caring for patients presenting to the various sports medicine clinics. We’ll have more opportunities to participate in working with local sports teams as well.
Residents will spend one half day per week in the surgical breast clinic evaluating women with breast masses. Residents will spend one half day a week doing minor procedures with general surgery faculty. Residents will spend one day a week in a minor injury clinic. Residents will spend one half day per week performing vasectomies with family medicine faculty.
Electives offer residents the opportunity to further modify their residency experience and to address areas of interest or deficiency outside of their area of concentration.
General Medicine (OHSU Medicine service)
third-year residents will supervise a family medicine intern, while caring for adults and patients. They will work with internal medicine attending faculty.
Obstetrics at Emmanuel
Residents will share call with second year OB residents caring for high-risk maternity patients and performing cesarean sections.
In a new rotation for our residency, residents will see children to present to be pediatric department at University Hospital. They will be supervised by a pediatric emergency physician.
In a new rotation for our residency, residents will learn the basics of palliative care in the inpatient and outpatient setting. This will include utilizing community resources, and understanding end-of-life medications.
During the dermatology rotation residents will see patients referred to the general dermatology clinic at University Hospital. They will be supervised by staff dermatologists.
Family Medicine Intensive
Family medicine intensive blocks are one to two week blocks throughout the year. During the intensive blocks of the Third year, residents will cover the inpatient service for half the time. The other half of the time will be spent in group didactics and clinic. Residents will be reporting on progress on their capstone projects.
Area of Concentration 2 blocks
These are modifiable blocks of time that unlike electives are meant to have a particular focus that will be sustained over the last 2 years of the residency. This time is also to be used in making progress on capstone projects.
Behavioral Health/Social Medicine Longitudinal Curriculum
This longitudinal block is structured in the same way as in previous years. The focus will be on reinforcing family medicine behavioral techniques and understanding how community resources can be used in the Patient Centered Primary Care Home.
Geriatrics Longitudinal Curriculum
This longitudinal block is structured in the same way as in previous years. Building on the previous portions of the geriatrics curriculum, residents will develop additional skills in serving a geriatric population. Residents will gain further understanding of the special needs of this population and how the Patient Centered Primary Care Home can be tool which maximizes the health of seniors.