Program Highlights The overall aim of the three-year residency curriculum is the comprehensive education and training of the general pediatrician. Clinical rotations blend a mixture of inpatient pediatrics, including intensive care experience, with ambulatory pediatrics in a multitude of settings. In addition to the education derived from direct patient care, a repeating 18-month comprehensive conference curriculum is utilized to ensure that each resident receives a complete, well-rounded education. Opportunities exist for our residents to personalize training to accommodate individual career goals or interests in primary care, research, local or global child advocacy. Together with the Department of Internal Medicine Residency program, we share responsibility for the Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Program by providing Pediatric training that is fully integrated with our categorical residents. Tertiary Care and Community Hospital experiences Innovation and Improvement in Pediatric Education (IIPE) award for development of our Resident Autonomy and Life-Long Learning Curriculum Twice-Monthly Mock Codes Pediatric Links to the Community rotation in 1st year Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) curriculum 2 week PL2 Skills Block Optional PL2/3 Tracks in Primary Care Research Community Health and Advocacy Resident Education (CARE) Global CARE Refugee CARE Close resident/faculty interactions The home of the Bio-Psycho-Social model of health care Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement projects that matter! Cohesive and supportive fellow residents House Staff Committee input into curricular innovations The University of Rochester has achieved prominence for teaching patient centered care. In a changing health care delivery system, we are challenged to maintain this position of educating outstanding physicians. The Golisano Children’s Hospital is an integral component of the University of Rochester Medical Center and through the fulfillment of its commitment to excellent patient care, the Hospital serves as an outstanding resource for the education of doctors...and for the advancement of medical knowledge through research.