Rotation at a Glance
Four weeks, starting on the first Monday of the month
Note: Occasionally, there may be a two-week rotation; prior approval is required
July – February
Note: Rotations are not offered March – June
Successful completion of all third-year clerkships, including a core family medicine rotation.
Students with a demonstrated interest in family medicine will have the opportunity to work at an advanced level in an ambulatory care setting under the direct supervision of family medicine residents and faculty. Encounters may include preventative well-visits for adults, infants, and children; emergent and urgent care visits; gynecological visits; pre- and post-natal care visits; management of chronic disease and outpatient procedures. Students will be exposed to pediatric, adult and geriatric patients. This elective provides learning through clinical experiences and teaching conferences.
Goals & Objectives:
Feedback & Evaluation
Feedback and evaluation will be done by attending preceptors and residents. Students will also evaluate their preceptors and residents, and the elective.
Overlook Medical Center 4th Year Rotations