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Curriculum & Rotation Schedule


The residency program emphasizes all aspects of obstetrics and gynecology and affords the opportunity for research. The teaching program is comprehensive, including all major subspecialties in the field, as well as areas of special interest in obstetrics and gynecology. The major subspecialty clinics include Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Reproductive Endocrinology, Gynecologic Oncology, and FPMRS. The High Risk Obstetrical Clinic is staffed by seven board certified perinatologists. Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility are likewise taught by three fellowship trained specialists in these fields. The Gynecologic Oncology division consists of two board certified oncologists. The FPMRS division has two fellowship-trained surgeons. Other areas of interest are taught through teaching clinics which include colposcopy, ultrasound, and first and second trimester abortions.

Attending rounds are held daily on each service. In addition, there are 5.5 hours of didactics per week during protected time.

  • Continuity Clinic
  • Dysplasia Clinic
  • Endocrinology/Infertility Clinic
  • First Trimester Abortions
  • Second Trimester Abortions
  • Oncology Clinic
  • Pelvic Pain Clinic
  • Perinatal Health Clinic
  • Teen Clinic
  • Urgent Care Clinic
  • Urogynecology Clinic

The Ob/Gyn Department holds regular educational and patient care meetings with the Departments of Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Anesthesia, and Pathology. The department also maintains a close working relationship with the Departments of General Surgery, Urology, and Emergency Medicine.

Each resident team is assigned a staff consultant who coordinates educational exercises and supervises surgical and outpatient experiences. The attending staff allow for progressively increasing responsibility for each resident, consistent with the individual resident’s level of achievement, medical knowledge, technical skill and judgement. Attending staff are present in the hospital 24 hours a day and provide immediate consultation to resident staff as needed.

  • A weekly lecture series for residents addresses important topics in Ob/Gyn subspecialties.
  • Residents prepare and participate in clinical pathology conferences.
  • Residents lead a weekly departmental review of inpatient cases and problems.

Rotation Schedule 2019-2020

Anesthesia 1 week
NICU 1 week
Intensive Care Unit 1 month
OB+GYN Ultrasound 1 month
OB Ambulatory/Medicine Ambulatory 1 month
Inpatient Ward Medicine/Emergency Medicine 1.5 months
Gynecology 3 months
Obstetrics 3 months
Night Float 1 month
Research 2 weeks
Reproductive Endocrinology 1 month
Specialty Clinics (Genetics, Pathology, Breast Disease) 1 month
Gynecologic Oncology 1 month
Perinatology 1 month
Obstetrics 2 months
Night Float 2.5 months
Gynecology 2 months
Urogynecology 1 month
Elective 1 month
Perinatology 1 month
OB/Research 1 month
Gynecologic Oncology 2 months
Night Float 2 months
Obstetrics 2 months
Gynecology 3 months
Night Float 1 month
Elective 1 month
Perinatology 1 month
Urogynecology 2 months
Gynecology Chief 4 months
Oncology Chief 3 months
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