LGHM’s internship is characterized by a broad range of supervised inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences with a patient population that has a wide spectrum of health concerns.

The training year also provides exposure to core disciplines as well as the specialty. Education is provided in medical/surgical experiences while incorporating formal and informal methodology.

Each rotation has scope, volume and variety to allow trainees to meet standards and


Rotation Duration (blocks)
Internal Medicine 3
Surgery 1
Women's Health or Pediatrics 1
Emergency Room 1
Block Nights 1
Family Medicine/Outpatient 1
Ward Medicine 1
Approved Electives 2.5
Practice Management/Quality 2 weeks
Cardiology 1

All time is scheduled at the discretion of the program director; only one month may be spent in non-clinical experience (research, scholarly pursuits, administration, etc.)

Exposure to the support disciplines of pathology, radiology, and didactic anesthesiology occurs directly by rotation, or indirectly by formal conferences and/or exposure while on medical and surgical services.