Baraboo Schedule

Schedule 2016-11-16T07:57:37+00:00

First-Year Rotations (16 blocks)

Our first-year schedule consists of 16 blocks, in which Baraboo residents work alongside Madison residents for all inpatient experiences. Block lengths are three to four weeks in duration.

  • Adult Medicine – St. Mary’s Family Medicine Service – 2 blocks
  • Adult Medicine – UW Hospital Family Medicine Service – 1 block
  • Adult Medicine – Medical Intensive Care Unit at St. Mary’s Hospital   – 2 blocks
  • Pediatrics Service – St. Mary’s Hospital and American Family Children’s Hospital (1 block each)   – 2 blocks
  • Pediatrics Nights & Newborn – St. Mary’s Hospital – 2 blocks
  • Obstetrics –St. Mary’s Hospital  – 2 blocks
  • Rural Surgery –St. Clare Hospital Baraboo – 2 blocks
  • Emergency Medicine – Community ER – St. Clare Hospital Baraboo – 1 block
  • Emergency Medicine – St. Mary’s Hospital ER – 1 block
  • Vacation – 3 weeks

Second year Rotations

Required Mini-Block Rotations (Baraboo or other participating sites)
Each block is 3-4 weeks but may be taken in 1-week increments to fulfill requirement. *Schedule approval based on individual preceptor requirements. See curriculum for more information.

  • Pediatrics – Clinical and Urgent Care/ER settings – 1 block
  • Orthopedics/Musculoskeletal – 1 block
  • Sports Medicine – 3 weeks
  • Management of Health Systems – 1 week
  • Hospitalist – St. Clare Hospital – 4 weeks
  • Community Medicine – Baraboo Community – 3 weeks
  • Electives – 2 blocks
  • Vacation – 4 weeks

Third Year Rotations

  • Gynecology – 1 block
  • Senior Peds – combination of ER/Urgent Care or Specialized Peds    – 1 block
  • Management of Health Systems – 1 week
  • Hospitalist – St. Clare Hospital – 4 weeks
  • Electives – 3 blocks
  • Vacation – 4 weeks

Additional required curriculum that must be completed by the end of PGY3

  • Dermatology – 24 hours
  • Ophthalmology – 24 hours
  • Urology – 24 hours
  • ENT – 24 hours
  • Management of Health Systems/Practice Management – 100 hours

The majority of curriculum hours are obtained longitudinally in Baraboo. Other longitudinal rotations available in Baraboo are:

  • Allergy
  • Cardiology
  • Endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Oncology
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pulmonary Medicine
  • Rheumatology
  • Urology
  • Tribal Health at House of Wellness – Ho-Chunk Nation