Curriculum

The transitional Year Program at Ascension Providence Hospital offers fundamental and diverse rotations with an emphasis on didactics to maximize the residency year.

  • All residents have call time approximately equal to but not greater than first year categorical Internal Medicine residents while on Internal Medicine or IM elective rotations. In no case will the on-call schedule average more than every fourth night.
  • The curriculums outlined below are selected to meet all ACGME requirements
  • There will be a written agreement signed by the resident, Transitional Year Program Director, and Sponsoring Department Program Director delineating the tentative curriculum.

Curriculum to Initiate

Radiology track

  • 1 month ambulatory medicine
  • 7 months Fundamental Clinical Skills must include:
    • 1 month ER
    • 1 month General surgery or approved equivalent
    • 1 month ICU or CCU or NSICU
  • 4 months electives
  • Vacation 4 weeks total
    • 3 weeks total no more than 2 weeks at a time 
    • 1 week Conference taken during electives

Traditional track 

  • 1 month ambulatory medicine
  • 7 months Fundamental Clinical Skills (Anesthesiology residents must include 2 months  ICU or CCU or NSICU) 
  • 1 month ER
  • 4 months electives
  • Vacation 4 weeks total
    • 3 weeks total no more than 2 weeks at a time 
    • 1 week Conference taken during electives

Electives

Approved Electives (others may be considered by TY Committee if requested by resident and/or TY Program Director)

Allergy/Immunology

Endocrinology

Neurology

Anesthesiology

Family Medicine

Obstetrics & Gyn.

Cardiology

Gastroenterology

Pathology

Critical Care

General Surgery

Phys.Med. & Rehab.

Dermatology

Infectious Disease

Psychiatry

Diagnostic Radiology

Internal Medicine

Pulmonary Medicine

 

Special Electives

Neurological Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery

Urology

Ophthamology

Plastic Surgery

Vascular Surgery

Elective rotations are determined by the needs of the individual resident and the training requirements of the area of future specialty. Information and counseling on prerequisites for entrance to categorical residency programs are made available to Transitional Year residents through the department of Medical Education.

All education opportunities, quality of patient care, and academic performance of Transitional year residents are equal for all PGY I residents at Ascension Providence Hospital.

Transitional Year - Program Details

X
Cookies help us improve your website experience.
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.
Confirm