Residency rotations & Clinics
General dermatology encompasses a wide spectrum of medical disorders affecting the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. Adults of all ages, ethnicity and socioeconomic backgrounds are evaluated and treated.
Specialty clinics provide coordinated care, develop and promote expertise, and provide in-depth, focused education to residents. Adults of all ages, ethnicity and socioeconomic backgrounds are evaluated and treated.
Continuity clinics provides resident physicians a mechanism to follow adult and pediatric patients in a longitudinal, long-term fashion.
In their final year of residency training, transition to practice clinics allow senior residents the opportunity to provide longitudinal dermatologic care with greater autonomy to adults
During their rotation in Dermatopathology, residents will gain familiarity and competence in the histologic diagnosis of common and rare neoplastic, inflammatory, metabolic and infectious disorders of the skin.
During their rotations in dermatologic surgery, residents gain exposure to surgical therapies for benign and malignant cutaneous neoplasms, in addition to cosmetic procedures.
In this rotation, residents gain familiarty and understanding in the care of children and adolescents with dermatologic disorders. Children of all ages, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds are evaluated and treated.
During their second year of training, each resident will spend 3 months on a rotation dedicated to inpatient consultation.