OB/GYN Residency Curriculum at White Memorial

Academic Program

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Our clinical venues provide over 4,100 deliveries, 4,600 surgical cases and 27,800 outpatient visits each year. Below is an outline of the academic program by year.

PGY-1:

  • Obstetrics - 12 weeks
  • Gynecology - 15 weeks
  • Ward Medicine - 4 weeks
  • Medical Intensive Care - 4 weeks
  • Ambulatory Medicine/Geriatrics - 4 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine - 2 weeks
  • Neonatal Intensive Care - 2 weeks
  • Anesthesia - 1 week
  • Night Float (divided) - 8 weeks

PGY-2:

  • Obstetrics/Ultrasound - 16 weeks
  • Gynecology/Colposcopy - 12 weeks
  • Gynecologic Oncology at Cedars Sinai - 12 weeks
  • Reproductive Medicine at C.A.R.E. Fertility in Glendale - 4 weeks
  • Night Float (divided) - 8 weeks

PGY-3:

  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine/Genetics - 16 weeks
  • Obstetrics (Acting Senior) - 8 weeks
  • Gynecologic Surgery at Kaiser Permanente Riverside and Moreno Valley - 12 weeks
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery at Providence Saint John's Health Center – 8 weeks
  • Night Float (divided) - 8 weeks​

PGY-4:

  • Chief of Obstetrics - 16 weeks
  • Chief of Gynecology, including Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Urogynecology - 16 weeks
  • Administrative Chief Resident, including rotations in Breast Disease and Oncology - 12 weeks
  • Night Float (divided) - 8 weeks

Research

Each resident is required to complete a clinical research project during his/her residency training. The resident will present his/her project during the senior year in a form that can be submitted for publication.

Moonlighting

Moonlighting opportunities are available both at AHWM and off-campus. These options may be sought provided that they are prospectively approved by the program director and they do not interfere with resident duties and responsibilities.