The transitional year residency program is well integrated with Hurley’s other graduate medical education programs. To provide optimal exposure to a variety of medical disciplines, the Transitional Year residency program includes inpatient, outpatient, emergency medicine and critical care rotations in internal medicine and pediatrics. In order to meet requirements of specialty residency training programs, a broad range of electives are also available to residents.

Transitional Year Residency Roadmap

Required Rotations (blocks)
Coronary Care (1) Intensive Care (1)
Electives (3) Internal Medicine (4)
Emergency Medicine (1) Pediatric Outpatient (1)
Geriatrics (1)

One block is defined as four weeks.

Available Electives
Anesthesia Hematology/Oncology Orthopaedic Surgery
Cardiology Infectious Diseases Phys Med & Rehab
Diagnostic & Interventional Radiology Neurology Pulmonary Medicine
Otolaryngology Nephrology Radiation Oncology
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.