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Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency Curriculum

The IU School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency at Memorial Hospital – Jasper program provides comprehensive instruction in all aspects of family medicine to train exemplary family medicine physicians. The program curriculum includes traditional four-week block rotations along with longitudinal rotations, electives and weekly didactic sessions. Throughout their time in Jasper, residents will also have ample opportunities to learn about population health, quality improvement and physician leadership.

Residents will have continuity clinic throughout their three years of training:

PGY-1 – Two half days/week
PGY-2 – Three half days/week
PGY-3 – Four half days/week

First-Year Rotations

RotationTime
Introduction to Family MedicineOne month
ENTOne week
Adult InpatientThree months
General SurgeryOne month
ObstetricsOne month
Emergency MedicineOne month
Pediatric InpatientOne month
Orthopedics/Sports MedicineOne month
Pediatric OutpatientOne month
GynecologyOne month
GeriatricsOne month

Second-Year Rotations

 

RotationTime
Adult InpatientTwo months
ObstetricsOne month
Pediatric InpatientOne month
Pediatric OutpatientOne month
Health Systems ManagementOne month
Emergency MedicineOne month
Orthopedics/Sports MedicineOne month
PulmonologyTwo weeks
GastroenterologyTwo weeks
CardiologyTwo weeks
Anesthesiology/Pain ManagementTwo weeks
Behavioral HealthTwo weeks
NeurologyTwo weeks
UrologyOne week

Third-Year Rotations

 

RotationTime
ICUOne month
RadiologyOne week
Oncology/HematologyOne week

Longitudinal Sub-Specialty and Elective rotations fill the remainder of year three.