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Schedules

Duty Hours

In 1989, the New York State legislature mandated specific regulations regarding work schedules for medical residents. The Department of ObGyn follows these which include:

  1. 24 hours off/week averaged/4 week
  2. Work week of less than 80 hours/week averaged over 4 weeks
  3. Maximum on-duty time of 24 hours
  4. Minimum of 10 hours off between work shifts
  5. Maximum of 16 hours/shift in the first year

Our rotation, call, and vacation schedules were developed to integrate the regulations of both the SUNY Guidelines and the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Our schedules strive to provide a comprehensive educational experience and maintain a balanced and equitable program for all residents.

Resident Rotations

PGY4

Chief Obstetrics 10 weeks
Chief Gynecology 10 weeks
Chief Night Rotation 10 weeks
Gynecology/Oncology 10 weeks
Minimally Invasive Surgery 5 weeks
Women's Health 5 weeks

PGY3

Gynecology Night Rotation 10 weeks
Urogynecology 10 weeks
Maternal Fetal Medicine 10 weeks
Research 5 weeks
Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility 5 weeks
Outpatient Perinatal Care 5 weeks
Minimally Invasive Surgery 5 weeks

PGY2

Obstetrics 10 weeks
Gynecology 10 weeks
Family Planning 10 weeks
Gynecology/Oncology 10 weeks
Night Rotation 10 weeks

PGY1

Obstetrics 10 weeks
Gynecology 10 weeks
Night Rotation 10 weeks
Maternal Fetal Medicine 10 weeks
Sonography 5 weeks
Emergency Medicine 5 weeks

Resident Continuity and Specialty Clinics (Weekly)

  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
  • Menopause
  • High Risk Obstetrics
  • Family Planning
  • Coloscopy
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