The curriculum of our Med-Peds program at the Greenville Health System (GHS) is designed to give our residents a broad exposure to primary and specialty care for adults and children in a variety of settings. Our residents rotate between medicine and pediatrics every three months throughout the four years of residency, with a gradual increase in the level of responsibility over the four years. Our residents function at the PGY-1 level for 12 months, and then assume supervisory roles on both medicine and pediatrics after completing upper-level critical care experiences. Each academic year at GHS is broken down into 13 four-week blocks.
Please click here to see the overall rotation schedule and follow the links below to the specific curriculum for each year of training.