Sites and Hours

Rotation Sites

The University of Maryland Hospital serves as the primary site for clinical training. Residents also spend five of the 36 months at Mercy Medical Center. Full-time faculty from our department based at Mercy supervise and teach housestaff during the training experience there.

Work Duty Hours

Our program is compliant with the new ACGME duty hours policy.

Interns and Senior Residents have no overnight call during their weekdays on the inpatient ward, later returning to the inpatient ward for "Night Team" experiences in order to maximize their learning and their patients' continuity of care. Senior Residents take traditional overnight call only during ICU rotations.  During rotations in the pediatric emergency department at the University of Maryland and as "hospitalists" at Mercy Hospital (our community affiliate), residents work 12-hour shifts. There are a minimum of four rotations during your three years of training where no call is required, including two call-free electives where residents have the chance to do a rotation in a hospital or clinic in another location--even internationally.

This page was last updated: March 8, 2013

         
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