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Dr. David Wimberley (left) and Dr. Brandon Earp on the trauma service.





   

Rotation Schedules

Dr. Brian Grottkau, MGH pediatric orthopaedics and spine surgery, standing next to a giraffe.Recent Changes
  1. There is no more chiefship year.
  2. The residency is now shorter. Previously either 5 1/2 or 6 years, now everyone will take 5 years.
  3. Our research pathway is currently being re-defined. In the past, half of the residents did 6 months of research and half did none. Now all of the residents have a dedicated 2 month block of research time in their 4th year. In the future, we hope to offer the opportunity for 1-3 residents per year to take a year of dedicated research time.

 


PGY1 Residents
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 4
Brigham and Women's Hospital 4
Massachusetts General Hospital 4

 


New Rotations as of June, 2008


PGY2
Joint
3
months
Hand
2
months
Trauma
2 months
Sports
3 months
NF
2
months

 

 
PGY3
Children's
6 months
VA
1 month
ER
1month
Onc
2
months
Spine/
Joints
2 months
Pedi/Spine
2 months

 

 
PGY4
Trauma
3
months

Hand
2
months
Spine
2
months
F&A
2
months
ER
1
month
VA
1 month
Research
1
month
 
PGY5
Joints
2
months
Trauma
4
months
Shoulder
2 months
Sports
2
months
Onc
2
months

 
Legend
TCH The Children's Hospital
BIDMC Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
BWH Brigham and Women's Hospital
BWH/MGH Brigham and Women's Hospital or MGH
MGH Massachusetts General Hospital
VA Veteran's Administration Hospital

 
           
 

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