Clinical experiences are organized into blocks with 3 rotations during intern year taking place at Rhode Island Hospital and all obstetric and gynecologic rotations taking place at Women & Infants Hospital. During all blocks, residents care for patients under the supervision of hospital- and community-based faculty. Rotation schedules are structured according to post graduate year (PGY) and service on each rotation carries specific responsibilities and learning objectives.
There are approximately 60 hospital based faculty and 100 community based faculty who contribute to our resident's education and all of their patients are considered part of the teaching service. Our tremendous volume allows our residents to become familiar with the complete depth and breadth of Obstetrics and Gynecology in a warm and friendly environment.