Mott Simulation Lab
Hurley first-year residents Jahangir Khan MD and Oliver Atar MD - from Internal Medicine and Transitional Year programs, respectively - practice clinical skills in a Simulation Lab (October 2013). The training allows residents to achieve a higher level of performance before treating actual patients.
Transitional Year Residency Roadmap
|Required Rotations (blocks)|
|Coronary Care (1)||Intensive Care (2)|
|Electives (4)||Internal Medicine (3)|
|Emergency Medicine (1)||Pediatric Outpatient (1)|
One block is defined as four weeks.
|Cardiology||Infectious Diseases||Phys Med & Rehab|
|Diagnostic Radiology||Neurology||Pulmonary Medicine|
|Gastroenterology||Ob & Gynecology||Rheumatology|
|General Surgery||Ophthalmology||Trauma Surgery|
Transitional Year Residency Program Features
Residents are given the same responsibility as categorical residents (from training programs in pediatrics, internal medicine, emergency medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, combined medicine/pediatrics, diagnostic radiology and orthopaedic surgery), creating an academic and clinical environment that advances a resident’s clinical and professional education within the limits of experience and demonstrated skills.
Program Application and Additional Information
To apply to our program, candidates must utilize the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). For more information about the residency program and Hurley Medical Center, contact the Transitional Year office at (810) 262-9682.