PGY 2-5 schedule
During their PGY 2-5 training years, each resident is assigned to specific services
The residents obtain progressive responsibility from the PGY 2-5 year. Rotations for the services are not done in each year, but are broken up by level of training. In addition, the PGY 4 year includes a 1-month research block to initiate and/or complete a research project. This is in addition to other research responsibilities that occur during the residency program in which residents are given adequate time to complete their project reviews. Each specific subspecialty service is covered by the attending physicians in that subspecialty. In certain cases, there may be more than one rotation depending on the number of attendings present in that division. Outpatient assignments are made according to the specific services and these are held in the Beaumont Orthopaedic Institute, the Rose Cancer Center (on the Beaumont campus), or at an off-site office of one of the attending physicians.
Sample block schedule »