Internal Medicine – Longview Curriculum

Our residents rotate through 13 four-week blocks in a unique and diverse program. With a university sponsorship in a not for profit hospital setting, residents truly receive a diverse and rich pathology throughout residency. In addition to their scheduled rotations, each resident has their own half-day per week of continuity clinic with integrated behavioral health.

Residents have protected educational didactics, morning reports, board review, and a variety of conferences such as evidence-based medicine, morbidity and mortality, journal club and tumor board. The program has a primary care pathway, hospitalist interest group and strong support for those that desire fellowship.

PGY1

Program # Blocks
Wards 4 weeks
ICU 2 weeks
Night Float 1 week
Ambulatory 2 weeks
Elective 4 weeks

PGY2

Program # Blocks
Wards 2 weeks
ICU 2 weeks
Night Float 1 week
Ambulatory 3 weeks
Elective 5 weeks

PGY3

Program # Blocks
Wards 2 weeks
ICU 1 week
Night Float 1 week
Ambulatory 3 weeks
Elective 6 weeks

Electives include allergy, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, hematology and oncology, infectious disease, interventional radiology, nephrology, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, pain and palliative, psychiatry, pulmonology, quality improvement and research and rheumatology.