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Curriculum Overview/Rotations

The General Preventive Medicine Residency program aims to train leaders in preventive medicine who are able to successfully pursue any of its many career paths including academic medicine, applied public health from the local to national levels, occupational medicine, and/or consulting.  This training is provided by an integrated curriculum of

Community screening clinic during CHIC rotation

There are no inpatient care requirements and therefore no required overnight call. One elective (Clinical Toxicology) does have home call as it is currently structured.  While otherwise there is no call responsibility, we are hoping to provide residents with the experience to work with Monroe County Department of Public Health after hours to assist with food poisoning and other potential disease outbreak investigations.  If this change occurs, the expectation would be that residents work up until 9 p.m. up to once a week, and we would be mindful of the resident work hour limitations