Fourth-Year OBGYN Program
Our fourth-year curriculum options are designed to offer a variety of experiences to increase relevant clinical exposure to OB/GYN and build skills needed for future success in residency and beyond. We have acting internship (AI) experiences that offer students the chance to take on an increased level of autonomy and responsibility as compared with our third-year students. The AI rotations include expectations for students to see and evaluate patients with supervision, document those interactions in the electronic health record (EHR), communicate with other services and nursing personnel regarding patient care, participate in or lead hands offs, and place orders in the EHR. We offer AI experiences in the tertiary academic center settings, the rural community setting, and in a variety of clinical settings and subspecialties. We additionally offer elective rotations in OB/GYN which allow great flexibility in tailoring an educational experience to our individual rotating students.
Lauren Baldwin-Branch, MD
Fourth-Year Courses offered in OB/GYN include:
OBG-850 Acting Internship: Gynecologic Oncology
OBG-854 Acting Internship: Clinical Clerkship in Obstetrics (L&D)
OBG-855 Elective: Gynecology
OBG-858 Elective: Outpatient Gynecologic Oncology
OBG-863 High Risk Obstetrics (MFM)
OBG-890 Elective: Obstetrics & Gynecology Off-Site
Fourth-Year Visiting Students
If you are enrolled as a fourth-year medical student at a school that is accredited by the United States Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), we invite you to apply for an elective at the College of Medicine-Lexington Campus through VSLO. Our Department will accept applications for Visiting Students as the AAMC VSLO program permits.
We will review applications on a first-come, first-serve basis.