During the 15-month program, residents will rotate through University Hospital’s multiple intensive care units, including the George David Peak Memorial Burn and Wound Center and surgical and medical ICUs. Residents will also rotate through the Emergency Department, anesthesia, and surgical and medical inpatient services.
Residents will gain hands-on experience that prepares them for providing care at patients’ bedsides through simulation activities in the Russell D. and Mary B. Shelden Clinical Simulation Center. During clinical rotations, residents will be trained to monitor, diagnose and treat severely ill patients.
For more detailed descriptions of learning objectives and competencies for each clinical rotation, see the following links:
- Burn ICU Curriculum
- Emergency Medicine Curriculum
- Medical Intensive Care Curriculum
- Surgical Curriculum