|Miami Valley Hospital General Neurology||1|
|Miami Valley Hospital & Veterans Administration Medical Center Internal Medicine Inpatient||5|
|Miami Valley Hospital Medical Intensive Care||2|
|Internal Medicine Subspecialty Clinics||2|
|Miami Valley Hospital Emergency Department||1|
|Miami Valley Hospital & Veterans Administration Medical Center Internal Medicine Electives (offered in 2 week & 4 week blocks for a total of 8 weeks)||2|
|Miami Valley Hospital General Neurology Inpatient Service||2||2||4|
|Miami Valley Hospital Vascular Neurology Inpatient Service||
|Miami Valley Hospital Neurocritical Care||1||3|
The neurology resident develops a basic understanding of several subspecialty areas of neurology during this rotation. The resident begins an exploration of areas for further training and future practice. Residents will be required to take at least one block of EEG/epilepsy and two blocks of EMG as part of their training.
- PGY1 overnight call consists of night float coverage.
- PGY2 residents have no overnight call.
- PGY3 and PGY4 residents will assume overnight call consistent of a night float system in-hospital at Miami Valley Hospital covering general neurology, vascular neurology, and neurocritical care patients. The residents will have supervision from the attending neurologists.
- PGY4 residents will also take at-home call while on specified general neurology rotations.