​Obstetrics & Gynecology Curriculum

Residents have a block of protected time for conferences every Monday morning.  Weekly conferences on obstetrics, gynecology, gynecologic oncology, high-risk pregnancy, primary care, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility are all provided.

​Morning rounds and a short educational topic are reviewed every morning.​

PGY-1:

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  • ​Orientation/OB – 1 block
  • Obstetrics – 4 blocks
  • OB Night Float – 2 blocks
  • Gynecology – 2 blocks
  • Emergency Medicine – 1 block
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine – 1 block
  • NICU/Pathology – 1 block
  • Internal Medicine – 1 block
This year provides residents with a strong foundation in obstetrics, as well as providing them with a solid core of knowledge before entering their second year of training.  In addition, residency continuity of care clinics begin in the first year.  A resident will follow their own panel of patients throughout their entire training beginning in the first year.

PGY-2:

  • Obstetrics – 4 blocks
  • Gynecology – 3 blocks
  • OB Night Float – 2 blocks
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine – 1 block
  • Breast – 1 block
  • Medical ICU – 1 block
  • OB/GYN – 1 block
The residents will receive endoscopy and laser training during their second year. Senior level residents will have the opportunity of acting as the chief resident of the service.

PGY-3:

  • Obstetrics – 5 blocks
  • Gynecology – 5 blocks
  • Ambulatory GYN - 1 block
  • Gynecologic Oncology – 1 block
  • Elective – 1 block
The residents continue to strengthen their core knowledge of obstetrics and gynecology while they obtain more in-depth experience in the areas of gynecologic surgery.

PGY-4:​

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  • Obstetrics Chief – 5 blocks
  • Gynecology Chief – 5 blocks
  • Gynecologic Oncology Chief – 1 block
  • Elective - 2 blocks
During their fourth year of training, residents develop the skills to become capable, independent practitioners and consultants.