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Urban Health Track Sample Schedule

The core internal medicine curriculum is governed by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) mandates.  The curriculum for the UHT differs from the categorical programs in that it prioritizes ambulatory experiences, minimizes intensive care unit rotations, and shifts as many subspecialty care experiences to the outpatient setting as possible.  The curriculum features the urban health rotations.
        

Sample Schedule 

Each rotation is 28 days long.

Block

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

1.

Psychiatry (UH)

Health Department (UH)

Primary Care Geriatrics (UH)

2.

Substance Use Disorders (UH)

HIV/HCV Outpatient (UH)

Prison Medicine (UH)/Elective

3.

Federally Qualified Health Centers (UH)

Federally Qualified Health Centers (UH)*

Federally Qualified Health Centers (UH)

4.

Clinics/MICU

Adolescent (UH)/Urban Community Med (UH)

Clinic Supervisor


5.
Clinics/CCU
General Ward Supervisor
Elective

6.

Clinics/Neurology

CCU at Bayview/MICU at Bayview

General Medicine Ward (the O)
      

7.

GI Ward/Oncology

HIV Inpatient Service

General Medicine Ward (the O)

8.

General Medicine Ward

Elective

General Medicine Ward (the O)

9.

General Medicine Ward (the O)

Clinic Supervisor

Ambulatory Medicine Elective

10.

General Medicine Ward (the O)

Outpatient subspeciality electiveED/Night Admin

11.

General Medicine Ward (the O)

ED/CARDS

MICU

12.

General Medicine Ward (the O)

Pulmonary Service/GI Service

CCU/Elective

13.VacationVacationVacation

*Baltimore Medical System Primary Care Urban Health Clinic/Health Care for the Homeless

  • Each rotation is 28 days long.

  • Federally Qualified Health Centers- either Baltimore Medical Systems or Health Care for the Homeless

  • Please note that the blocks do not take place in the order listed here

  • UH- Urban Health rotation

  • All Gen Med Wards take place at Johns Hopkins. All but two take place on your Firm


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