FAMILY MEDICINE INPATIENT SERVICE (FMIS)

This is a four-week block inpatient experience with by direct observation and verbal consultation with faculty. Supplemental longitudinal learning in the FMP supervised by Family Physician faculty is also expected. By the end of this rotation, PGY 3 residents are expected to expand and cultivate skills and knowledge learned during previous training and to achieve the following objectives based on the six general competencies. Since competencies mastered in the first year of residency are competencies required for a successful clinician, the third-year resident will demonstrate achieved objectives in year one and two with expanded knowledge, more efficiency in performance of procedures, and additional knowledge in pathophysiology encompassing more complex disorders. The resident should exhibit an increasing level of responsibility and independency as he or she progresses throughout the year.

Goals & Objectives