Interested medical students can choose to spend time in any of several varied areas for additional exposure.
- Sports Medicine (if the service does not already have an assigned medical student). If this rotational experience is already filled, students can participate in sports medicine during their rotation by attending and staffing sporting events that we cover, casting clinic, Sports Medicine specific lectures, and other learning opportunities.
- Procedures such as colonoscopy, EGD, joint injections, POCUS, and others in our residency continuity clinics and hospitals.
- Women's Health in our Dysplasia Clinic or a local free safety-net clinic, where we provide colposcopy and other gynecological care and procedures.
Please contact us if you are interested in a non-rotational (informal) visit to "sample" the residency in order to get to know the people and community associated with the program. This can be arranged for a limited number of interested students over the course of the year or in association with their interview time. Housing/lodging can usually be provided for the extra time.
All of the rotations offered are designed for medical students planning to pursue a career in family medicine and fully embrace our style and philosophy of "full-scope" Family Medicine in order to give them a broad exposure and understanding of our residency training program.
For those interested students considering family medicine as their future specialty of choice, this experience is a good place to begin to see if you are on the same path or trajectory as the program.
All of these rotational time slots can be adjusted depending upon the schedule requirements of your medical school as well as any particular needs and interests of the student. Rotations are scheduled only during the months of July through January of each calendar year.