Adult

Rotation Requirements

HO-I

  • 7 inpatient medicine months
  • At least 1 ICU month
  • Night float call system
  • 4 “no-call” outpatient months
  • 1 ED month
  • 2 outpatient medicine months
  • 1 month neurology outpatient clinics
  • 1 month neurosurgery

HO-II

  • 6 months wards
  • 3 months stroke service
  • 3 months general service
  • 2 months epilepsy/EMU
  • 2 months outpatient clinics
  • 1 month neuroimaging and introduction to neurophysiology
  • 1 month rehab

HO-III

  • 3 months consults
  • 3 months pediatric neurology
  • 2 months epilepsy/EMU
  • 3 months EMG/neuromuscular
  • 1 month elective

HO-IV

  • 1 month senior ward resident
  • 3 months consults
  • 1 month psychiatry
  • 2 months pathology/neuroscience
  • 1 month neurosurgery clinics/elective clinics
  • 4 months electives

Potential Electives

  • Additional exposure to any standard rotation
  • Research elective
  • Interventional radiology
  • Sleep disorders
  • Ultrasound
  • Neurotoxin therapeutics
  • Pain management
  • Neuro-ophthalmology
  • Medical genetics
  • Neuropsychology
  • Intraoperative evoked potentials
  • Introduction to private practice  

Quick Reference

School of Medicine
Student Admissions

336-716-4264

medadmit@wakehealth.edu

Student Financial Planning

336-716-2889

finaid@wakehealth.edu

Student Services

336-716-4271

stuserv@wakehealth.edu

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Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Medical Center Blvd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1090
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