The LCRH Graduate Medical Education program accepts a limited number of applications for visiting medical students to complete audition rotations in Family Medicine and Internal Medicine (Inpatient Hospital Medicine and Critical Care). Fourth-year medical students may apply for audition rotations by contacting the Medical Student Coordinator. Visiting student rotations are approved based on the rotation(s) requested and whether the program’s master schedule can accommodate the request.
Audition students work one-on-one with residents, CORE faculty, and the FM residency program director to experience outpatient family medicine at its finest. The experience includes clinical time in the residency clinic caring for patients of all ages with a wide breadth of acute and chronic conditions.
CRITICAL CARE: Students play an active role in the caring of patients in the ICU. During this robust educational experience, students are part of a teaching team involving residents, interns, students and Critical Care Faculty. Audition students enjoy the thorough educational teaching rounds, mini-didactic sessions, and hands-on learning opportunities with the intensivists, including the IM residency program director.
INPATIENT MEDICINE TEAMS: Internal Medicine teams (senior residents, interns, and students) are trained and supervised by residency core faculty. Students carry their own patients, participate in teaching rounds with intentional instruction, and write patient progress notes using student documentation.