Internal Medicine Residency Curriculum

All rotations within the Henry Ford Hospital Internal Medicine Residency are conducted under the direction of the Henry Ford Medical Group.

Internal Medicine residents and fellows provide valuable clinical services and the reputation of Henry Ford's training programs allows the Henry Ford Medical Group to attract high-quality faculty with academic and clinical interests.

There are a total of 22 days of paid time off per year. During your intern year, you have the option to take an additional 2 days off for Step 3 (USMLE or COMLEX). During your senior year, you have the option to take an additional 7 days off for interviews.

The First Year
Essential Skills in Internal Medicine (ESIM) 1-Month
Inpatient Cardiology 1-Month
Inpatient Pulmonary 1-Month
Inpatient Infectious Disease 1-Month
Inpatient Hematology/Oncology 1-Month
Inpatient Nephrology 1-Month
Inpatient General Internal Medicine 2-Months
Night Float 1-Month
Other Elective Rotations 3-Months
The Second Year
Cardiac Intensive Care Unit 1-Month
Medical Intensive Care Unit 3-Months
Night Float 6-weeks (split into 2 blocks)
General Medicine Consult Service 1-Month
Emergency Medicine 1-Month
Other Elective Rotations 5-Months
The Third Year
Inpatient Floors 5-Months
Transitions of Care 1-Month
Night Float 6-weeks (split in 2 blocks)
Other Elective Rotations 5-Months
Information for Applicants
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