AOA
Rotation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
OGME 1
Orientation
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Night Float
Night Float
Emergency Medicine
Outpatient Pediatrics
Behavioral Health/ Community Med(each 2 weeks)
Maternity Care
Maternity Care
General Surgery
OGME 2
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Outpatient Pediatrics
Ophtho
ENT
Gyn
Rural
Inpatient Pediatics
Night Float
Endocrine/
GI
(each 2 wks)
Cardiology/
Pulmonology (each 2 weeks
Maternity Care
Elective
OGME 3
Inpatient
Internal Medicine
Maternity Care
Musculo-skeletal
Night Float
Elective
Outpatient Pediatrics
Care of the Older Adult
Emergency Medicine
Elective
Critical Care
Urology
Elective
Elective

ACGME
Rotation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PGY1
Orientation
FMS
FMS
FMS
FMS
Night Float
Night Float
Inpatient Pediatrics
Outpatient Pediatrics
Behavioral Health
Maternal Child Care
Maternal Child Care
General Surgery

PGY2
FMS
FMS
Outpatient Pediatrics
Care of the Older Adult
Surgical
Subspeciality
Gynecology
Rural Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Night Float
Community Medicine
Musculo-skeletal
Maternal Child Care
Elective
PGY3
FMS
Maternal Child Care
Musculo-skeletal
Night Float
Rural Medicine
Outpatient Pediatrics
Dermatology
Emergency Medicine
Medicine
Elective
Medicine
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Above is a sample block schedule for all three years of the residency. You will notice that each academic year is broken up into 13 four week blocks. Each resident maintains his/her own continuity clinic in all of the rotations with the exception of inpatient pediatrics and any away electives. Due to the longitudinal and integrated aspect of several of the education experiences the residents receive a very strong exposure to Ambulatory Medicine, Behavioral Medicine, and Hospital Medicine throughout their residency. The next greatest exposure is on the Family Medicine Service (FMS) where each resident will rotate 11 months including night float. On the FMS service the resident will be exposed to Emergency Medicine, Adult Medicine, Critical Care, and Pediatrics. Look to our curriculum for details for each rotation.

John


Overall Program Educational Goals

  • Train fully competent and compassionate family physicians that are prepared to provide quality, comprehensive and continuous primary medical care to families.
  • Prepare physicians to practice in rural and under-served areas of New Mexico.
  • Train physicians to work in the context of a collaborative team with an integrated care model.
  • Develop the physician into a lifelong adult learner and educator.
  • Train physicians to assume leadership roles in local communities, New Mexico and the nation.
  • Provide the people of Southern New Mexico compassionate, quality care regardless of their resources.