Rotations and continuity clinics are formatted to meet ACGME requirements.
PGY1 will have 1-2 half days in the continuity clinic per week.
PGY2 will have 3-4 half days in the continuity clinic per week.
PGY3 will have 4-5 half days in the continuity clinic per week.
Rotations are scheduled in month block format.
Nursing home and in-home visits offer an added geriatric experience in all three years.
- Family Medicine Inpatient
- Family Medicine Outpatient
- Night Float
- Inpatient Pediatrics
- Outpatient Pediatrics
- Inpatient Obstetrics
- Newborn Nursery
- General Surgery
- Emergency Medicine
- Behavioral Health/Medical Systems/Public Health
- Musculoskeletal-Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Palliative Care
- Critical Care
- Psychiatry Outpatient
Newborn Nursery, Pediatrics Inpatient, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Family Medicine Outpatient, Obstetrics, Dermatology, Radiology, Pediatrics Emergency Medicine, Critical Care/Pulmonology, Pediatric Outpatient, Psychiatry, Adult Critical Care, Musculoskeletal-Orthopedic, Gynecology, Geriatrics, Rheumatology, Cardiology, ENT, Nephrology, Urology, Endocrinology, Radiology, Hematology, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Wound Care
- Daily didactic education
- Daily Inpatient report occurring at conclusion of the noon conference lectures to update all faculty and residents on current status of all inpatients presented by residents rotating on inpatient service
- EBM journal club monthly
- Morbidity and Mortality Conference monthly
- Monthly Wellness Curriculum including Balint sessions
- Grand Rounds
- Board review and materials provided
- Biannual Simulation Training, such as such as basic instruction and patient interaction/history taking and physical examination/clinical and procedural skills training/code situation simulation/emergency management- difficult airways, central lines, ACLS scenarios
- Annual ABFM In-Training examination
Salary and Benefits
|Paid Time Off||21 days per year|
|Health insurance||Provided with |
The residency program aims to provide residents with an extensive experience in the art and science of medicine in order to achieve excellence in the diagnosis, care, and treatment of patients. To achieve this goal, residents agree to abide by certain policies and guidelines. In return, residents get a number of benefits and the training they need to be successful in their careers. The residency program follows all ACGME and the Baptist Health – UAMS GME Committee policies.
The Policy Manual of the residency program is currently under revision. The PDF download is coming soon.