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Welcome to the Student Clerkship Homepage
The Department of Medicine Chairman, faculty and staff welcome you to the Internal Medicine Clerkship. The faculty looks forward to working with you as you begin this exciting and challenging phase of your medical education. The information provided will review various aspects of the Internal Medicine Clerkship.
The Clerkship office is located in the basement of Ruppert Health Center in room 007, office AA. Office phone is 419-383-5022. Fax number, 419-383-3382. Contact Melissa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Internal Medicine Clerkship consists of a 10-week program with three rotations. The first week provides orientation and consists of didactic sessions as they relate to a number of areas within Internal Medicine. We also include a faculty observed H&P session, advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) training, introduction to clinical ethics and SIMPLE (Simulated Internal Medicine Patient Learning Experience) cases.
Generally speaking, six (6) weeks of the rotation will consist of inpatient Internal Medicine experiences provided at The University of Toledo Medical Center, St. Vincent’s Mercy Medical Center, Riverside Methodist in Columbus, OH, Akron General in Akron, OH, and/ or St. Joseph’s Mercy in Ann Arbor, MI. Three (3) weeks of outpatient experiences will be provided in various ambulatory clinics at the University of Toledo Medical Center or an AHEC site, as availability for requests permit. Students will gain exposure to multiple subspecialties including; Pulmonary, Cardiology, Nephrology, Endocrinology, Infectious Diseases, Hematology/ Oncology, General Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Rheumatology.
Students will participate in an Internal Medicine OSCE demonstrating skills they have learned, modeled after the Clinical Skills exam. The National Board of Examiners (NBME) Subject Exam is offered at the end of the Internal Medicine Clerkship.
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|Departmental Educational Program||Internal Medicine Clerkship Student Handbook|
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Professor and Chairman
Associate Professor and Clerkship Director
Clerkship and Curriculum Coordinator