School of Health and Medical Sciences
Curriculum

Integrated Program

Saint Michael's Medical Center and Trinitas Regional Medical Center

The Seton Hall University School of Health & Medical Sciences program complies with all ACGME work rules. The schedule is structured to assure weekend days off each weekend. Night call is every fourth night on inpatient rotations.  The complete Saint Michael's Medical Center and Trinitas Reginal Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program curriculum can be found here.

Electives offered in the Integrated Internal Medicine Program

Hematology/Oncology
Dr. Kessler
Dr. Guron

Pulmonary
Dr. Garg
Dr. Miller

Nephrology
Dr. McAnally
Dr. Chenitz

Geriatrics
Dr. Khimani
Dr. Solomon

Primary Care
Dr. Zaboski

FAMILY HEALTH CENTER

Rheumatology
Dr. Mahmood
Dr. Guma

Neurology
Dr. Schanzer
Dr. Weisbrot

GI
Dr. Baghal
Drs. Pasquale/Spira

Cardiology
Dr. Millman
Dr. Shamoon

Since most of our subspecialty fellowships are integrated with St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, residents may, with prior approval, do the following electives at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center.

GI
Dr. Baddoura

Hematology/Oncology
Dr. Maroulis

Pulmonary
Dr. Khan

Dedicated to providing residents with a quality learning experience, faculty are clinically experienced in internal medicine, having trained in hospitals around the country and in highly regarded residency programs.

For more information on the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Seton Hall University, review the program requirements and apply today.

CONTACT US:
Program Director: Ernest Federici, M.D.
Seton Hall Internal Medicine Residency Program
225 Williamson Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07207
(908) 994-5420
mmann@trinitas.org

 

Medical Students

Most PGY I residents will have a third year medical student assigned to them.  We have a busy program with St. Georges Medical School, New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and Ross University School of Medicine.

 

St. Francis Medical Center

PGY-1: 13, four-week rotations
Ambulatory Continuity Clinic

Each resident follows a panel of patients as the primary care physician for three years. Clinic is one-half day per week.

 Inpatient Services

 

 8 rotations

 General inpatient services

 1 rotation

 Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

 1 rotation

 Critical Care Unit (CCU)

 1 rotation

 Private office ambulatory experience

 1 rotation

 Ambulatory Selective

 

 Dermatology — 2 weeks

 

 Inpatient/Outpatient Psychiatry — 2 weeks

 1 rotation

 Inpatient Selective

 

 Anesthesiology — 1week

 

 Gynecology— 1 week





PGY-2: 13, 4-week rotations
Ambulatory Continuity Clinic

Each second-year resident continues to follow a panel of patients as the primary care physician. Clinic is one-half day per week for the first half of the training and increased to two-and-a-half days a week with the seventh rotation.

 Inpatient Services

 

 6 rotations

 General inpatient services

 1 rotation

 ICU

 1 rotation

 CCU

 1 rotation

 Inpatient consultation and subspecialty clinics

 1 rotation

 Emergency Medicine

 1 rotation

 Private office ambulatory experience (geriatric)

 1 rotation

 Ambulatory Selective

 

 Ophthalmology — 2 weeks

 

 Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Medicine — 2 weeks

 1 rotation

 Subspecialty Elective




PGY-3: 13, 4-week rotations
Ambulatory Continuity Clinic

Each third-year resident continues to follow a panel of patients as the primary care physician. Clinics are two-and-a-half days per week.

 Inpatient Services

 

 4 rotations

 General inpatient services

 1 rotation

 ICU

 1 rotation

 CCU

 1 rotation

 Inpatient consultation and subspecialty clinics

 1 rotation

 Private office ambulatory experience

 1 rotation

 Medical Subspecialty Electives

 4 rotations

 Selective Electives

 1 rotation

 ENT — minimum 1 week



 

The day begins at 6:30 a.m. with sign-in until 4:30 p.m. with sign-out. Rounds take place Monday through Friday.

Program Director:
Ernest Frederici, M.D.

(908) 994-5257
mmann@trinitas.org

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