Beaumont HospitalProfessional Education

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency, Taylor

Curriculum

PGY 1

During the PGY 1 year, each resident participates in defined core rotations designed to develop fundamental clinical skills. The goal of core rotations is to prepare the individual to care for complex rehabilitation patients during subsequent training years.

Rotation 
Emergency1
Geriatrics/Rheumatology1
Intensive Care Unit1
Internal Medicine5
Neurology1
Neurosurgery1
Ortho/MSK1
Radiology1

 


PGY 2-4

During the PGY 2 year, residents spend most of their time on the inpatient rehabilitation services, caring for patients with various orthopedic and neurologic conditions. 

As the resident advanced to PGY 3 and 4, he or she will experience more consultative and outpatient rehabilitation medicine. The goals are to develop critical thinking skills related to systems of care and diagnosis and management of outpatient musculoskeletal and neurologic disorders.  

RotationMinimum
Inpatient rehabilitation services  
Neurotrauma4
General4
Musculoskeletal3
Stroke3
Senior inpatient1
Pediatric Rehabilitation 
Outpatient pediatrics2
Consultation services3
Junior consults5
Senior consults2
Outpatient Clinic 
Intro to outpatient (includes EMG)2
Advanced outpatient (includes EMG)3
Sports medicine1
Pain/spine1
EMG (1 month at the VA)2
Elective* see list3 months maximum

 

Electives

  • Neuropsychology
  • Radiology
  • Neurology
  • Trauma
  • Pain
  • Pain/EMG
  • Rheumatology
  • Orthotics/Prosthetics & out-pt. therapy
  • Research
  • Sports MDK

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME Accreditation)


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