Osteopathic Medical Student Rotation
The program at Northside Hospital provides osteopathic medical students from American institutions with educational and clinical training in numerous areas of medicine. The program was developed to provide excellent educational orientation in clinical environments as a means to develop general knowledge in areas of patient diagnosis and management. Students will receive basic medical knowledge in diverse clinical areas.
- Emergency Medicine
- Family Medicine
- General Surgery
- Infectious Diseases
- Internal Medicine
- Orthopaedic Surgery
- Pulmonary Medicine / Critical Care
7AM - 7PM Specific schedule determined by service. Students will report to the Hospital at 7AM for Morning Report and Noon Lecture. Attendance is mandatory.
Night Call: Students will take call as scheduled
Weekends: Students are scheduled to be available as determined by the Service and Medical Education Department.
Some housing is available and must be prearranged with the Medical Education Department. Meals at the Hospital are of no cost while on duty.
The following are part of the daily didactic programs which provide the clinical clerks with a structured, comprehensive learning environment.
- Morning Report
- Attending Lecture Series
- Noon Lectures
- ER Grand Rounds
- Tumor Board
- Internal Medicine Board Review
- Cardiovascular Medicine & Surgery Conference
- Neuro Grand Rounds
Videos, computer software, books, and journals are available at the hospital library for students
Patient Care Experience
The inpatient medical teaching service allows the students, with the interns, to take primary responsibility for the evaluation and management of patients under the supervision of a Resident and/or faculty member.