2017-2018 Rotation Schedule

Except where noted otherwise, rotations on each level are of equitable length and take place at UC San Diego Health (which includes the Medical Center in Hillcrest and Jacobs Medical Center in La Jolla) or at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, and are a combination of in and outpatient experiences. Most rotations include a Primary Care (continuity) Clinic.

YEAR ROTATION DURATION DESCRIPTION
PGY1MOS (Continuity Clinic at Medical Offices South)10 weeksContinuity clinic, diabetic & high risk OB, ultrasound clinics
GYN/REI
10 weeksOR, inpatient GYN, primary care, ovulation induction, REI clinic, continuity clinic
Oncology10 weeksOncology clinic and inpatient care
Obstetrics (10 wks night float)20 weeksInpatient obstetrics and continuity clinic
PGY2Maternal Fetal Medicine (UCSD)10 weeksHigh risk inpatient service, L&D, diabetic and High Risk OB clinics
Gynecology10 weeksOR, inpatient GYN, primary care, TAB & Complex Contraception clinics
Kaiser Oncology10 weeksOR and inpatient service, continuity clinic
Maternal Fetal Medicine (Kaiser)10 weeksHigh risk inpatient service, L&D
Night Float10 weeksSunday - Thursday
PGY3Urogynecology10 weeksOR, inpatient service, continuity clinic & Urogyn clinic
Kaiser Laparoscopy10 weeksOR, inpatient service, continuity clinic and colposcopy clinic
Kaiser Urogynecology10 weeksOR, inpatient service, continuity clinic and urogyn clinics
Outpatient GYN/ Research10 weeks/
5 weeks
Pediatric and adolescent gynecology, Planned parenthood, continuity clinic and gynecology clinic
Night Float10 weeksSunday - Thursday nights
Elective5 weeksA domestic or international destination
PGY4Obstetrics10 weeksRuns L&D, includes high-risk OB clinic
Gynecology10 weeksOR, inpatient service, continuity and pre-op clinics
Oncology10 weeksOR, inpatient service and oncology clinic
Kaiser Oncology10 weeksOR, inpatient service, and continuity clinic
Night Float10 weeksSunday - Thursday

Residents in obstetrics-gynecology are provided the opportunity to study in a variety of practice settings which include academic medicine and multi-specialty group practice. Varied patient care experience and academic training in these settings are beneficial in educating a well-rounded physician who is capable of choosing and performing well in a career in either of these environments.