You are using an older version of Internet Explorer that is not supported on this site. Please upgrade for the best experience.

Obstetrics Gynecology Residency Curriculum

Curriculum Summary

PG1 Curriculum

Before starting clinical rotations, new residents spend about 1 week completing a structured orientation. During this this time they learn and practice skills necessary to perform on labor and delivery, in the O.R. and in the office, as well as completing the necessary administrative tasks before getting started.

During the first three weeks of clinical work, residents rotate in pairs through labor and delivery, gyn surgery, and night float. This Fundamentals rotations gives the foundation needed for the rest of your career.

Our interns begin operating right out of the gate!

  • Fundamentals - 3 weeks
  • Urgent Care - 4 weeks
  • PDC/Genetics - 4 weeks
  • PPC - 4 weeks
  • L&D/Night Float - 8 weeks
  • Gyn - 11 weeks
  • Gyn ONC - 4 weeks
  • Gyn Consult - 4 weeks

PG2 Curriculum

During the PGY2 year, residents continue to delve into more complex OB and GYN patients, as well as having the opportunity to explore sub-specialties.

We also offer special tracks for those interested in Fellowship, Robotic Training, or want to have a focus in Research. Many of our PGY2s delve into these areas during their Elective rotation.

  • Gyn Outpatient Procedures - 8 weeks
  • Gyn - 8 weeks
  • L&D - 8 weeks
  • Night Float - 8 weeks
  • RE - 4 weeks
  • Oncology - 4 weeks
  • Urogynecology - 4 weeks
  • Elective - 4 weeks

PG3 Curriculum

Our PGY3 class transitions into leadership and teaching roles. They work closely with the PGY1 class, teaching them low risk deliveries, and acting as an Attending during minor GYN cases.

The MIMS rotation combines a focus on Laparoscopic skills and a focus of patient-centered cost-effective care. Residents complete the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Certification (FLS) and work on a cost-analysis project.

  • MFM - 8 weeks
  • RE - 4 weeks
  • L&D - 8 weeks
  • Gyn - 8 weeks
  • Night Float - 8 weeks
  • Elective - 4 weeks
  • Minimally Invasive Medicine & Surgery - 4 weeks
  • Oncology - 4 weeks

PG4 Curriculum

Each PGY4 resident becomes the Chief of their service. They are responsible for teaching lower level residents and often act as the Attending during the rotation, while the actual Attending is there for support, encouragement, and to contribute to the education. Our residents graduate with the confidence of caring for patients.

The Admin Chief is responsible for oversight of the residents in regards to scheduling, troubleshooting, and helping as needed. They also work on Quality projects in the hospital and learn the business side of medicine.

  • Urogynecology - 8 weeks
  • Gynecology - 8 weeks
  • Oncology - 8 weeks
  • L&D - 8 weeks
  • Night Float - 8 weeks
  • Admin Chief/Quality - 8 weeks