Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Curriculum

doctor, residents and mom-to-be

First Year

Residents become familiar with the core knowledge of obstetrics and gynecology. They will learn to evaluate gynecologic problems and about the decision-making process leading to surgical procedures. They will be taught minor gynecological surgical procedures and laparotomy. The resident will learn management of normal labor and delivery in the labor suite. They will assist and/or perform approximately 50-100 cesarean sections in the first year.

First Year Rotations*

Rotation

Location

4 months Obstetrics

MVH

2 months Gynecology

MVH

1 month Well Women's Clinic

WPAFB

2 months Night Float

MVH

1 month Ultrasound/Genetics

MVH

1 month Emergency Medicine

MVH

1 month ICU

MVH


doctors and residents at nurse station

 

Second Year

Residents learn more complicated surgical procedures. They gain skills and knowledge necessary to care for the complicated obstetrical patient.

 

 

Second Year Rotations*

Rotation

Location

2 months Obstetrics

MVH

2 months Gynecology

MVH

4 months Obstetrics/Gynecology

WPAFB

2 months Gynecologic Oncology

MVH

2 months Night Float

MVH


residents learning robotic surgery

 

Third Year

Residents perform more major surgical procedures, including abdominal hysterectomy and bladder suspensions, and assist on vaginal surgery. Supervision of the Perinatal Unit and High-Risk Obstetric Clinic provides in-depth experience in management of high-risk obstetrical patients. A research project is required and will be supervised by the faculty.

 

 

 

Third Year Rotations*

Rotation

Location

2 months Maternal-Fetal Medicine

MVH

2 months Gynecology

MVH

2 months Obstetrics/Gynecology

WPAFB

2 months Urogynecology/ General Ob/Gyn

WPAFB

2 months Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility/Elective Family Planning Training  

WPAFB/MVH/ KRM/WMG

2 months Night Float

MVH


chief residents learning surgery

 

Fourth Year

As a fourth-year resident, one is considered the chief resident for his or her assigned service. Chief residents perform complicated major procedures including vaginal and oncology surgery. Specialized procedures such as laser and microsurgery are also performed. They function as consultants to the junior residents in management of the obstetric and surgical suites. The chief resident will arrange administrative details of the program, attend the endocrine and colposcopy specialty clinics, delegate responsibility to junior residents and be responsible to the attending staff for all patients on the Ob/Gyn services.

 

 

Fourth Year Rotations*

Rotation

Location

14 weeks Obstetrics

MVH

7 weeks Obstetrics/Gynecology/Oncology

WPAFB

7 weeks Gynecology

GSH

7 weeks Gynecology

MVH

7 weeks Gynecologic Oncology

MVH

7 weeks Night Float

MVH

* Rotations will be updated as new requirements are presented by the ACGME.


Conferences

Obstetrics Conferences

Time Day Type

0700

MTWRF

Morning Report

0730

MTWRF

OB Rounds/Post-Partum Rounds

1300

M

High-Risk Chart Review

Gynecology Conferences

Time Day Type

0645

MTWRF

GYN Rounds

Gynecology-Oncology Conferences

Time

Day

Type

0645

M-F

GYN-ONC Rounds

1200

F

Tumor Board Conference

1400

F

Resident & Student Didactics

1500

F

Multi-disciplinary Medical Conference

WPMC Conferences

Time

Day

Type

0700

MTRF

OB/GYN Morning Report

0730

T

High Risk Obstetrics

1330

W

Pre-Op Conference/Pathology Review

1245

4th W

OB/GYN Morbidity/Mortality (M&M)

1245

2nd W

Gyn Pathology

1230

3rd W

Perinatal


Additional Wednesday Meetings

  • Core Lecture Series
  • Morbidity/Mortality (M&M)
  • Conference or Visiting Professor Series
  • Conference or Visiting Professor Series
  • Conference
  • Resident Program Director/Resident Chairman Meeting
  • Conference
  • Gyn Pre-op Conference
  • Fetal Board
  • Grand Rounds*
Last edited on 06/04/2015.