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27 Residents (9 per year)

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Rotations

Core Rotations

Ambulatory Pediatric Subspecialties

The ambulatory pediatric subspecialties rotation is a preceptorial rotation lasting one block. The rotation occurs in the offices of pediatric subspecialists practicing at Beacon Children’s Hospital.

Ambulatory Pediatrics

Overview The outpatient pediatrics rotation is a one block preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs in the pediatrician’s office. The teaching of outpatient pediatrics in the

Cardiology

Overview The cardiology rotation is a one block preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital , in the cardiologist’s office and in other locations

Emergency Medicine 

Overview The Emergency Medicine curriculum of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency consists of structured skills training, didactics and clinical experiences in the care of

Geriatrics

Overview The geriatrics rotation is a rotation lasting one block occurring in multiple sites in the community. The teaching of geriatrics in the program includes

Gynecology

Overview The gynecology rotation is a preceptorial rotation lasting 1 block. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital, in the gynecologist’s office and in other locations

Inpatient Internal Medicine

Overview The adult medicine curriculum of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency consists of experiences in general internal medicine (inpatient medicine), cardiology, pulmonary medicine, gastroenterology

Inpatient Obstetrics

Overview The maternity care curriculum of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency consists of inpatient labor and delivery experiences in all three years of training

Inpatient Pediatrics

Overview The pediatrics curriculum of Memorial Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency consists of six months of structured experience in general inpatient pediatrics and pediatric intensive care

Musculoskeletal Medicine

Overview The musculoskeletal medicine rotation is a preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs in the primary care sports medicine-trained preceptor’s clinic. The teaching of sports medicine

Psychiatry

Overview The Psychiatry rotation is a required, four-week preceptorial rotation taken during the third year of residency. The rotation occurs primarily at Beacon psychiatric facilities

Pulmonary/Critical Care

Overview: The Pulmonary Medicine/Critical Care rotation is a one-half or one block preceptorial rotation, depending on your curriculum. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital and

Sports Medicine/Orthopedics

The sports medicine rotation is a preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs in the sports medicine preceptor’s office, and in other locations included in the sports medicine preceptor’s usual practice such as high school and college training rooms and at various athletic venues.

Surgery

Overview The surgery rotation is a preceptorial rotation. Residents are required to complete one block of general surgery rotations. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital,

Surgery Subspecialties

The surgery subspecialties rotation is a preceptorial rotation lasting 1.5 blocks and typically completed during the 3 rd year of training.

Electives

Academic Hospitalist

The hospitalist elective is a two to four-week elective rotation. The purpose of this elective rotation is to further bolster skills in inpatient medicine specifically focusing on multitasking, acute patient care management and care delivery. 

Addiction Medicine 

The Substance Abuse Rotation is a two-week required rotation in the HSM curriculum or an elective rotation in any other curricula. This is an experiential rotation, occurring in multiple sites in the community, which is supplemented with readings and the longitudinal Behavioral Science curriculum.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) rotation is an experiential rotation required of PGY-4 residents in the Health Services Management (HSM) Curriculum. It can also be taken as an elective in the other curricula.

Hospice

Hospice is a two-week preceptorial required rotation in the HSM curriculum, and is also an elective rotation that can be taken during the second or third year of residency.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

The NICU rotation is a preceptorial rotation lasting 0.5 blocks. The rotation occurs in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Newborn Nursery of Memorial Hospital.

Nephrology

The nephrology rotation is a half block or full block preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital, in the nephrologist’s office, at the dialysis center and in other locations included in the nephrologist’s usual practice.

Occupational Medicine

The Occupational Medicine rotation is an experiential rotation required of PGY-4 residents in the Health Services Management (HSM) Curriculum. It can also be taken as an elective in other curricula.

Procedures

The procedures curriculum is intended to be a longitudinal experience comprised of lectures, focused experiences (rotations) and office-based experiences.

Radiology

The radiology rotation is a ½ to 1 block preceptorial rotation. The rotation occurs at Memorial Hospital and in other locations included in the radiologist’s usual practice.

Rural Medicine and Practice Management 

The rural medicine rotation is a preceptorial rotation. It is a required rotation in the HSM fourth year curriculum. Those in the Rural Focus Curriculum will spend additional time in rural medicine (see separate curriculum).

Additional Electives: Allergy/Immunology | Anesthesiology | College Health | Counseling | Endocrinology | Hematology/Oncology |  Infectious Disease | International Medicine | Neurology | Osteopathic Medicine | Pediatric Cardiology | Pharmacology | Podiatry | Proctology | Research | Rheumatology | Sports Medicine Research | Wound Care

Fellowship – HSM Training Blocks

Residents who are in the HSM Curriculum are required to complete 8 training blocks throughout their four years of training. These training blocks are also available to residents in other curricula as electives. 

Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of: How ethics and the law impact healthcare delivery Principles of Autonomy

Financial Management

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of:         How financial managers view the work of

Healthy Communities

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of:         How health systems interface with wrap-around services

Information Systems

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of:         The role of IT in practice management

Managed Care

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of:         The role of IT in practice management

Physician Practice Management

At the completion of this block, the resident will have developed an understanding of:         The many details of administering a medical

Longitudinal Curricula

There are aspects of family medicine training that continue and are integrated throughout the three years of training. These longitudinal curricula enhance each rotation and elective. They promote the training of a well rounded family medicine physician.

Behavioral Medicine

This portion of the curriculum is designed to enhance residents’ skills in interpersonal relationships and communication and to examine the types of psychopathology commonly found in the practice of family medicine.

Family Medicine Center

The family medicine center curriculum of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency consists of longitudinal outpatient experiences over all three years of training.

Noon Conference Didactics 

The noon conference curriculum of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency is a daily schedule of learning activities that includes didactic presentations, interactive sessions, small group learning and case presentations.

Procedures

The procedures curriculum is intended to be a longitudinal experience comprised of lectures, focused experiences (rotations) and office-based experiences.

Quality Improvement Projects

The quality improvement curriculum is intended to be a longitudinal experience comprised of lectures, online modules, committee meetings and office based experiences in which residents will work in multidisciplinary teams to complete quality improvement projects.

Contact Us

714 N. Michigan Street
South Bend, IN 46601
574.647.7913
Email

Mission & Values 

Program Size

27 Residents (9 per year)

About South Bend

City Size: 101,860
southbendin.gov
visitsouthbend.com