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As a senior year resident you will take further responsibility for patient care and sharpen your subspecialty skills in preparation for the general pediatric boards. You will choose in-depth subspecialty experiences from, among the following:

                        Cardiology                            Nephrology
                        Genetics                                Neurology
                        Endocrinology                      Hematology/Oncology
                        Gastroenterology                 Pulmonology
                        Rheumatology                      Allergy/Immunology
                        Child Psychiatry                    Pediatric Radiology
                        Infectious Diseases              Dermatology



Sample PGY-3 Rotation Schedule:

Block  1    OPD 
            2    OPD  
            3    NICU

 4    B&D  
 5    SUB-SP   
 6    SUB-SP   
 7    WARD   
 8    WARD   
 9    NICU  

           10    PICU  
           11    SUB-SP  
           12    SUB-SP
           13    VAC


As in the first two years, you will continue to expand your primary care practice, gaining speed and accuracy in the management of patients with multiple medical problems and practicing with still greater independence.


A typical day for a third year resident stresses leadership and in-depth study of specific areas of medical practice.



Third year residents are on-call an average of every fourth night. As the senior pediatric resident in the hospital, you act as a consultant to the floors and the intensive care units. While assigned to the ED, third year residents complete one-weekend call and three short ED calls.