Training Program Overview

Introduction and Overview

The General Psychiatry Residency program has been designed to provide residents with comprehensive training in all the major areas of clinical and scholarly activity pertinent to a general psychiatrist. This training is enhanced by providing residents with multiple unique training experiences that help distinguish our program. Supported by supervision from experienced, enthusiastic faculty, chief residents and other senior residents, academic conferences, and seminars, the residency program aims to develop residents into highly qualified and thoughtful psychiatrists.

PGY-1

The PGY-1 year consists of thirteen 4-week rotation blocks

Rotation Amount of time
Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Seven blocks
Internal Medicine Two blocks
Adult Neurology Two blocks
Emergency Medicine One block
Inpatient Pediatrics or
One additional block of Internal Medicine 
One block
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PGY-2 

Rotation Amount of time
Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Four months
Emergency Psychiatry Two months
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry One month
Inpatient Adult Psychiatry One month
Adult Forensic Psychiatry One month
Addiction Psychiatry One month
Mixed Services Rotation One month
Road Home Program One month
Resident Continuity Clinic Half a day a week
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PGY-3

Rotation Amount of time
Resident Continuity Clinic and/or Elective Time Four half days a week
Outpatient Women’s Mental Health
Half a day a week
Outpatient Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Half a day a week
Outpatient Addiction Psychiatry
Half a day a week
Outpatient Geriatric Psychiatry
Half a day a week

Outpatient Community Psychiatry

Half a day a week
Night float Two and a half weeks
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PGY-4

Rotation Amount of time
Chief Residency Opportunities (optional) Seven blocks
Resident Continuity Clinic Two blocks
Psychiatry Electives Two blocks
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