Learn more about Brandon Hospital's Transitional Year Residency Program curriculum and rotation schedule.
ACGME requires that 28 weeks of a Transitional Year Resident training be devoted to a discipline that offers fundamental clinical skills, including emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics or surgery.
We satisfy these requirements with the following rotations: ICU, emergency department, surgery and internal medicine.
The Transitional Year Residency Program consists of thirteen blocks and is designed to provide a comprehensive experience in general medicine, in both the inpatient and ambulatory settings. The residents are integrated into core rotations and electives with internal medicine categorical residents.
- 3 Blocks of Floors
- 1 Block of ICU
- 1 Block of EM
- 1 Block of NF split into 2 two-week rotations
- 1 Block of Research/QI split into 2 two-week rotations
- 1 Block of Ambulatory
- 1 Block of FM
- 3 Block of Electives
- 15 PTO days