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PGY2 MASH rotation—Medicine Admitting and Systems-based Healthcare
The general internist should be competent to evaluate and appropriately triage patients with medical disease. Consultative and triage work by nature tests a physician’s abilities to communicate and work in a team based fashion with other medical, emergency department, and surgical specialties. Experience in working with transitions of care is also part of patient care and systems based practice.
This rotation provides a focused resident experience in a systems- based approach to patient care including:
Description of the Rotation:
6 days a week the resident will be based in the emergency department from 4:00 pm until 1:00 am. Hours will vary on weekends. Until 5-6 pm, MASH resident will be triaging admits and writing skeleton orders, then signing out to long call team so they can finish the full evaluation and orders. After 6 pm, MASH will have day-float duties, which combines triage and full admission duties. Supervision is by the long call and evening attendings and by 3rd year backup resident.