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Learn more about Kendall Hospital's Internal Medicine Residency Program curriculum and rotation schedule.

The Internal Medicine Residency Program academic year is divided into ten five-week blocks and two weeks of "Holiday block".

The first four weeks of each block are assigned to wards, ICU, elective or selective rotations. The last week of the block is devoted solely to ambulatory clinics which include continuity clinics, non-IM subspecialty clinics and one afternoon of Ambulatory Didactics.

A sample PGY1 schedule can be found below.

  • Ambulatory Clinics: 10 weeks
  • Cardiology: 2 weeks
  • Critical Care Medicine: 8 weeks
  • Elective: 4 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine: 2 weeks
  • Infectious Diseases: 2 weeks
  • Inpatient Medicine: 20 weeks
  • Vacation: 2 weeks


  • Annual Evidence-based Medicine workshops for Interns
  • Annual Residents as Teachers workshops for rising PGY-2s


  • Morning Report
  • Noon Conference
  • ID Case Conference
  • Cardiology Conference
  • Tumor Board
  • Journal Club
  • Medical Jeopardy/ Trivia
  • Ambulatory Didactics Serie