Madison Residency Schedule

Schedule 2018-07-09T09:07:45+00:00

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Our first-year schedule consists of 16 blocks, which directly reflects our number of residents (16 in Madison and 2 in our Baraboo rural track). Twelve blocks are three weeks long and four are four weeks long. This assures non-duplicative coverage of all rotations.

First-Year Rotations (16 blocks)

  • 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 at St. Mary’s Hospital and American Family Children’s Hospital (1 block each) – 2 blocks
  • Pediatrics Nights & Newborn at St. Mary’s Hospital – 2 blocks
  • Obstetrics St. Mary’s Hospital – 2 blocks
  • Rural Surgery Preceptorship (Monroe, Baraboo, or Fort Atkinson) – 2 blocks
  • Emergency Medicine – Community ER (Monroe, Sauk, or Baraboo) – 1 block
  • Emergency Medicine – St. Mary’s Hospital ER – 1 block
  • Community Health – 1 block
  • Vacation – 3 Weeks

Second and Third Year Rotations

Outpatient rotations can be taken either 2nd or 3rd year, unless otherwise designated (4 week blocks)

Adult Medicine – 8 Blocks

  • Medical Intensive Care Unit at St. Mary’s Hospital – 1 block (2nd year)
  • Family Medicine Service at St. Mary’s Hospital – 1 block (3rd year)
  • St. Mary’s Hospital Night Float – 4 weeks (2 each 2nd & 3rd year)
  • Family Medicine Service at UW Hospital – 2 blocks (1 each 2nd & 3rd year)
  • UW Hospital Night Float – 4 weeks (2 each 2nd & 3rd year)
  • Teaching Nursing Home – 1 block (3rd year)

Pediatrics – 2 Blocks

  • Pediatrics Service at St. Mary’s Hospital – 1 block (2nd year)
  • One additional block chosen from available out and inpatient rotations – 4 Weeks

Obstetrics St. Mary’s Hospital – 2 Blocks

Gynecology – 5 Weeks

Dermatology – 4 Weeks

Surgical Subspecialties – 16 Weeks

  • ENT – 3 Weeks
  • Musculoskeletal Medicine (Orthopedics, Orthopedics-Related, and Sports Medicine) – 11 weeks
    • Orthopedics – 3 Weeks (Includes Musculoskeletal Radiology and Orthopedics Clinic)
    • Orthopedics Related – 4 weeks (Includes Rheumatology, Casting/Splinting, Physical Therapy, and Selectives)
    • Sports Medicine – 4 weeks (Includes Sports Medicine Clinic, Sporting Event Coverage, Orthotics Lab, and Athletic Training Room)
  • Ophthalmology – 2 weeks

Management of Health Systems – 4 Weeks (2 each in 2nd & 3rd year)

Community Health – 4 Weeks (2 each in 2nd & 3rd year)

Rural Rotation – 4 Weeks

Electives – 15 Weeks (minimum)

  • Medicine Electives may be chosen from: Allergy, Pulmonary Medicine, Geriatrics, GI, Neurology, and Endocrine.
  • Other electives available include Integrative Medicine, Psychiatry, Palliative Care and Hospice, Medical Informatics, Addictive Disorders, Out-of-Town or International rotations, and others.

Clustered Didactics – 3 weeks (1 2nd year and 2 in 3rd year)

Vacation – 4 weeks (each year)

CME time – 2 weeks (1 each in 2nd & 3rd year)

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Madison med students attend the 2014 procedure workshop.