Typical Rotation Schedule

Neurology Residency

Rotations

PGY 1

  • 4 months of Neurology to include 3 inpatient service rotations and 1 neurocritical care unit
  • 4 months of Internal Medicine Wards
  • 1 month Emergency Medicine
  • 3 months of Electives to include cardiology consults, supportive care, neuroradiology

PGY 2

  • 6 months of inpatient wards (general neurology and stroke) includes night float
  • 1 month of Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
  • 1 month of Child Neurology
  • 2 months of Subspecialty Clinic 
  • 2 months of elective 

PGY 3

  • 6 months of inpatient wards (general neurology and stroke) includes night float
  • 1 month of Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
  • 1 month of Child Neurology
  • 2 months of Subspecialty Clinic 
  • 2 months of elective 

PGY 4

  • 4 months of inpatient wards (general neurology and stroke)
  • 1 month of Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
  • 1 month of Child Neurology
  • 1 month of Psychiatry
  • 2 months of Subspecialty Clinic 
  • 3 months of elective 

Electives offered during training include: EMG, EEG, Neurocritical care, Neuroradiology, Psychiatry, Neuropathology, Neuromuscular, Headache, Neuroophthalmology, Research.

Ward Rotations - Two teams with 6 junior residents, 2 senior residents and 1 night float resident.  Day calls are from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM and night float calls are from 8:00 PM to 8:00 AM. 

Continuity Clinic begins in the PGY2, 1/2 day per week for entire length of residency.  This is an excellent opportunity to learn interesting common and uncommon neurological conditions in an outpatient setting. 

Outpatient Subspecialty Clinic - begins in the PGY2, rotating 2 months per year.  Opportunity to rotate with subspecialty trained faculty - in an outpatient setting - general neurology, stroke, headache, epilepsy, neuroimmunology, neuromuscular, Botox injections for spasticity, headache and movement disorder. 

Night Float - 6 weeks during PGY2,  4 weeks during PGY3.  (12 hour shifts 8-8, no 24 hour call)