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Resident Rotations

Here you will find an example of the clinical rotation schedule from a previous year.  Schedules will vary depending on site availability, number of residents and resident needs. 


 PGY 1:

General Psychiatry Orientation Month: (1 month)
All PGY 1 residents start in July with an orientation month which gives the residents an overview of the various rotations they will be doing throughout their residency. This also gives them time to get acclimated with the duties and responsibilities of being on call by shadowing a senior resident for the first month.

Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital: (2-3 months)
Inpatient psychiatric rotation where the residents get to work with an acutely ill population at a state hospital setting.

Flower Hospital Inpatient Psychiatric Service: (2-3 months)
Inpatient psychiatric rotation in a private hospital setting where residents gain experience working with patients with dual diagnoses and in acute crisis.

Emergency Department: (1 month)
As part of the medicine requirement of PGY 1 year, residents work in the Emergency Department at Flower Hospital where they will learn to assess and treat patients who have emergent medical and psychiatric issues.

Neurology: (2 months)
Residents get the opportunity to work in both an inpatient and outpatient settings during their two months in Neurology. While on inpatient they will rotate at The Toledo Hospital with their primary inpatient service, consult service and stroke services. The outpatient portion at UTMC Health Science Campus allows the residents to work with a variety of attending neurologists who specialize in various fields of neurology.

General Internal Medicine Inpatient Service: (1 month)
Residents will work on an inpatient medicine service at the UTMC Health Science Campus as part of a team consisting of other Internal Medicine Interns, Senior Internal Medicine Residents, and Internal Medicine Attending Physicians.

Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic: (2 months)
Residents work in a primary care setting treating the Veteran population.

 PGY 2:

Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry: (3-4 months)
Residents will perform psychiatric consultations at UTMC on patients who are admitted to the hospital for medical conditions patients presenting to the Emergency Department for either medical or psychiatric complaints. 

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: (2 months)
Residents rotate through inpatient and outpatient child and adolescent psychiatry at the Kobacker Center on the UTMC Health Science Campus. This gives the residents experience working with social workers and families as well as board certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists.

Rescue Mental Health Services: (1 month)
Residents work in an emergency psychiatry setting which features a voluntary inpatient unit and a walk in clinic for acute issues.

Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital: (1 month)
As part of a forensic experience, residents rotate on a forensics unit in a state hospital setting.

Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry: (1-2 months)
Residents rotate at the Senior Behavioral Health Unit on the UTMC Health Science Campus working with a geriatric population consisting of mood disorder, psychotic disorders, and dementia related behavioral changes.

Addiction Psychiatry: (1 month)
Residents get the opportunity to work with patients with substance abuse issues in both an inpatient setting and outpatient setting. Residents also get to work in a buprenorphine clinic as part of the rotation.

Veterans Administration Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic: (2 months)
Residents work in an outpatient psychiatry setting treating the Veteran population.

Continuity Outpatient Clinic: (2 half days every week throughout the year)
Residents complete new patient evaluations and medication management follow up appointments as part of a continuity clinic. Residents follow these patients through the remainder of residency. Residents are assigned to a supervising psychiatry attending with whom the residents staff and discuss these patients.

Observed Outpatient Clinic: (1 afternoon every week throughout the year)
Residents will be observed conducting new patient evaluations through a one way mirror by a psychiatry attending who will give real time feedback based on interview, assessment, and treatment plans.


 PGY 3:

General Outpatient at UTMC: (12 months)
Residents will be observed completing new patient evaluations and medication management follow up appointments through a one way mirror by a psychiatry attending who will give real time feedback based on interview, assessment, and treatment plans.

Continuity Outpatient Clinic: (2 half days every week throughout the year)
Residents conduct medication management follow ups as part of a continuity clinic. Residents follow these patients through the remainder of residency. Residents are assigned to a supervising psychiatry attending with whom the residents staff and discuss these patients.

Veterans Administration Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic: (1 half day a week for 6 months)
Residents work in an outpatient psychiatry setting treating the Veteran population.

Community Mental Health Outpatient Clinic: (1 half day a week for 6 months)
Residents work in an outpatient psychiatry clinic where they get exposure to the community mental health setting.


 PGY 4:

Elective Rotations: (4 months)

Residents get the opportunity to do various elective rotations. The residents can do these electives in many number of settings and including locations not affiliated with the program if approved by the program.

Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital: (1-2 months)
Inpatient psychiatric rotation where the residents get to work with an acutely ill population at a state hospital setting.

Flower Hospital Inpatient Psychiatric Service: (1-2 months)
Inpatient psychiatric rotation in a private hospital setting where residents gain experience working with patients with dual diagnoses and in acute crisis.

Veterans Administration Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic: (2 months)
Residents work in an outpatient psychiatry setting treating the Veteran population.

Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry: (1 months)
Residents rotate at the Senior Behavioral Health unit on the UTMC Health Science Campus working with a geriatric population consisting of mood disorder, psychotic disorders, and dementia related behavioral changes.

Outpatient Geriatric Psychiatry: (1 months)
Residents work in an outpatient psychiatry setting treating geriatric patients.

Rescue Mental Health Services: (2 month)
Residents work in an emergency psychiatry setting and working with patients on a voluntary inpatient unit.

Continuity Outpatient Clinic: (2 half days every week throughout the year)
Residents conduct medication management follow up appointments as part of a continuity clinic. Residents follow these patients through the remainder of residency. Residents are assigned to a supervising psychiatry attending with whom the residents staff and discuss these patients.

Last Updated: 11/15/17