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Occupational Medicine clinical experiences can be done as a weekly clinic at either or the University of Rochester Occupational Medicine outpatient clinic. Residents can also choose to do these activities as practicum experience. Residents may have up to two occupational medicine experiences in addition to the Xerox rotation where there will be occasional clinical experiences.
Preventive Cardiology Clinics
Preventive Cardiology clinics with 3 national experts
Hypertension screening and treatment with national expert and JNC VII panelist, Dr. Bisognano.
For each of the the experiences (dyslipidemia and hypertension), residents are asked to commit to at least eight, ½ days and in the case of Dr. Bisognano’s clinic may be limited to that as well. Each provider sees patients once a week.
Monroe County Department of Public Health Clinics
- Tuberculosis Screening and Control Clinic
- Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic
- Free Immunization Clinic
Passport Health (International travel clinic)
University Health Service Clinic
UHS is the student health service for all students at the University of Rochester and it also serves staff and faculty who use it for their primary care. Residents training will primarily focus on developing skills in reproductive health and mental health counseling, but will include a diverse set of health issues.
Other Clinical Rotations
- Residents in the past have arranged their own clinical experiences in Pediatric Preventive Cardiology, which meets weekly and sees children with potential and existing lipid problems (Dr. Rae-Ellen Kavey) and hypertension problems (Dr. Marc Lande).
- Residents are encouraged to talk with the residency director if they wish to explore setting up a rotation in a particular subspecialty clinic in Rochester.
- The residency program is also developing additional clinical experiences in pulmonology, colon cancer screening and dermatology.