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Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Medical Student Rotations

Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program offers medical student rotations for professionals with the desire to specialize in Family Medicine.

Our residency offers outpatient clerkships in the Family Medicine Residency Clinic. Sub-internships are also available rotations in hospital medicine at Abrazo Central Campus. Students are afforded significant responsibility and attentive teaching from Family Medicine residents and faculty.

Learn more about the Family Medicine Clerkship and Sub-Internship below.



Family Medicine Clerkship

The Family Medicine Residency Clinic at Abrazo Central Campus provides in-depth training with residents and faculty.

  • Patient volume is high
  • Students care for the full spectrum of patients and conditions, including challenging acute and chronic conditions from neonates to geriatrics
  • Students will provide health education, preventative care, acute and chronic care, as well as prenatal care and perform procedures

We believe students learn best by doing, not watching. With our supervision, students evaluate patients independently and review their plans with senior residents and faculty. Students are expected to learn effective presentations and treatment plans.

The clinic offers computerized access to clinical information and patient education handouts. Faculty and Medical Staff provide noon conferences on Monday through Thursday and weekly Wednesday afternoon didactics. Continuity of care for our patients can provide experiences in the hospital, as well as opportunities in sports medicine, geriatrics, colposcopy, colonoscopy, wound care, auricular acupuncture and OB ultrasound.

 

Clerkship Rotations

We have affiliations with the below Medical Schools:

  • University of Arizona College of Medicine
  • Midwestern College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
 

How to Apply

 

Application Process for Clerkship

  • Submit the application via email to your school coordinator
  • See Medical Student Formalities section below


Family Medicine Sub-Internship

Sub-Internship has multiple Medical School affiliation agreements. Please contact the Medical Student Coordinator for details. Electives are available to all students in good standing from LCME and COCA accredited medical schools (U.S. and Canadian Allopathic and Osteopathic schools). We do not offer observership or rotations to international medical students at this time.

As a Family Medicine Sub-Intern, you work as a first-year resident on the inpatient team providing hospitalist services.

Sub-interns:

  • Care for the full spectrum of challenging inpatients, from admission to ensuring a safe discharge.
  • Follow up with patients daily on the floor, in the intensive care units and into surgery
  • Are responsible for admission H&Ps, orders, progress notes and discharge orders
  • Present patients at checkout and rounds and are expected to use the electronic library to locate the latest literature relevant to your patients

Subinternship rotations will be in the hospital and must have an affiliation agreement in place prior to applying to for a rotation. To confirm if your school has an agreement please send an email residency@abrazohealth.com or ResidencyInbox@tenethealth.com ATTN: GME Administrator and Med Student Coordinator.

 

How to Apply

 

Application Process for Sub-Internship

  • Submit the application via email to residency@abrazohealth.com, or ResidencyInbox@tenethealth.com with Attention: FM Medical Student Coordinator, Angeline Iniguez
  • Positions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis starting the first week of April
  • Approved rotations are offered in four week blocks (to confirm the approved blocks per academic year send an email to the Family Medicine Medical Student Coordinator at Angeline.Iniguez@AbrazoHealth.com)
  • All qualifying applications will be reviewed by the Program Director for final approval
  • Approved applicants will be notified of their rotation block for schedule confirmation
  • See Medical Student Formalities section below
 

Medical Students Formalities

School coordinators are to send the following for all approved rotators:

  • Completed Rotation Application to include to 2 desired dates (Please note if flexible)
  • Student profile picture
  • A letter confirming that you are a student in good standing and the rotation is approved for required or elective credit
  • Medical liability insurance
  • All immunizations and titers expected of a health care worker
  • Universal Precautions Certificate
  • HIPPA Privacy Certificate
  • Final Evaluation Form or Institution Evaluation Link

Questions about the Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program?

If you have questions about the Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program, please contact our Residency Coordinator.