• Emergency Medicine - 7.25 months
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit - 1 month
  • Internal Medicine - 1 month
  • Trauma Surgery - 1 month
  • Orthopedic surgery - 0.5 months
  • Anesthesia - 0.5 months
  • Obstetrics - 0.5 months
  • Ophthalmology - 0.25 months

Our first years learn, across the different services, pivotal information that is required for subsequent years. Our residents are not restricted in procedures in the Emergency Department and have seen and done a variety of procedures from central lines and arterial lines to transvenous pacers and burr holes. On shift, our residents are strongly encouraged to hone their ultrasound skills.


  • Emergency Medicine - 8 months
  • Medical Intensive Care Unit - 1 month
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - 1 month
  • Ultrasound - 0.5 months
  • Trauma Surgery -  0.5 months
  • EMS - 0.5 Months
  • Research - 0.5 Months

Our second years are expected to operate as seniors. They will be placed in charge of the department to understand ED workflow and how to delegate tasks. They are encouraged to be a part of different interdepartmental committees such as Trauma, Stroke, and Sepsis. During the Ultrasound Rotation, residents will learn more advanced skills to help precisely manage patients. On other services, our residents are also expected to operate as seniors, taking charge of the service and implementing what they have learned previously.


  • Emergency Medicine - 9 months
  • Elective - 2 months
  • Surgical Intensive Care Unit - 1 month

Our third years are expected to function similarly to attendings. They will hone the skills they have gained and focus on how they want to practice as attendings.