Clinics


Continuity Clinic

The resident is assigned to continuity clinic one-half day per week. We are fortunate to follow our patients from the wards to the clinic. As a resident you will be able to assign your ward patients to your continuity clinic at all years of training. This means you have the ability to follow your patients all four years of your training! 

 

1st and 2nd Year

Residents alternate between General Medicine and Pediatric continuity clinics every other week.

3rd and 4th Year

Residents transition to the combined Med+Peds Clinic where they see all ages in the same clinic and participate in an integrated Med-Ped Curriculum. The Med-Peds clinic not only allows us to see families (parents, children, grandparents, etc…) it also allows us to see many of the patients transitioning from pediatric subspecialty care to adult subspecialty care. For this reason we see a significant number of very interesting conditions and help to maintain their continuity of care as they transition their care from pediatric to adult neurology, gastroenterology, hematology, endocrinology, cardiology, etc…

Ambulatory Training

The resident is assigned to an ambulatory outpatient rotation once a year through both Medicine and Pediatrics.

1st and 2nd Year

Residents do separate Medicine and Pediatric outpatient rotations.

3rd and 4th Year

Residents transition to the combined Med+Peds Rotation where they visit pediatric subspecialty and adult subspecialty clinics within the same week to learn valuable lessons from the comparison and contrast of pediatric to adult neurology, gastroenterology, hematology, endocrinology, cardiology, etc…

The residents also go to Med+Peds relevant/interesting clinics such as Adult Congenital Heart Clinic, Adult Cystic Fibrosis Clinic, and Med+Peds Continuity Clinic.

This is the same rotation we offer as an elective to Medical Students.

clinic-3Pediatric Specialty Clinics
The pediatric specialty clinics listed below reflect the expertise and diversity of the full-time faculty. Each resident will have ample opportunity during the four years to rotate to these clinics.

Allergy-Immunology
CATC
Cardiology
Child Development
Community Outreach
Dental
Dermatology
Diabetes
Ear, Nose and Throat
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology/Nutrition
General Surgery
Genetics
Hematology
High Risk Neonate
Infectious Disease
Juvenile Hall
Maternal, Child Infectious Disease
Metabolic
Myelomeningocele
Neurology
Oncology
Orthopedic Surgery
Renal
Urology
Violence Intervention (Child Abuse)
WIC Nutrition Program

clinic-4Internal Medicine Specialty Clinics
The medicine-pediatric residents participate in subspecialty clinics one or two additional half-days per week when rotating through those services.

Adolescent
Dermatology
Endocrinology
Gastroenterology
Geriatric Medicine
Gynecology
Hematology
Hepatology
Infectious Diseases
Medicine
Nephrology
Oncology
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics
Otolaryngology
Primary Care
Procedures
Rehabilitative Medicine
Research
Rheumatology
Transitional Diabetes and Rheumatology