Program Structure and Curriculum

Typical Weekly Intern Ambulatory Schedule

TIMEMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY
8:00amClinicEvidence-Based Medicine Seminar

Health Care Systems & Quality Improvement Seminar**
ClinicDepartmental Grand Rounds

Communication Skills Seminar and Professionalism Seminar
Clinic
11:30am to 12:10pmMorning ReportMorning ReportMorning Report Morning Report
12:15 pmNoon ConferenceNoon ConferenceNoon ConferenceNoon ConferenceNoon Conference
1:15pm to 5:00pmContinuity Clinic, Subspeciality Clinic, or ResearchContinuity Clinic, Subspeciality Clinic, or ResearchContinuity Clinic, Subspeciality Clinic, or ResearchContinuity Clinic, Subspeciality Clinic, or ResearchContinuity Clinic, Subspeciality Clinic, or Research
  • Each intern is in continuity clinic one afternoon each week (Constant day throughout the entire year).
  • The other clinics are chosen based on each intern’s personal or professional interests.
  • Noon Conference—A variety of conferences including Intern Survival Skills Series, Core Curriculum Series, Morbidity and Mortality, Resident Grand Rounds, Medical  Information Management Seminar, Journal club, etc. 
  • Interns can schedule (up to 50%)  one rotation to partner with a research mentor and prepare for a research project.
  • These experiences occur during the HO I year only.  Other clinical research experiences may be scheduled for HO 2s and HO 3s.

Quick Reference

Internal Medicine Residency
Betsy Burkleo
Residency Coordinator

Residency Office
336-716-4305

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