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Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center


The inpatient medicine rotation at P/SL is a highly autonomous experience exposing housestaff to diverse medical issues and complex patients in a private hospital setting. The inpatient medicine rotation at P/SL follows a geographical daily admitting system on Accountable Care Units.  Each senior resident supervises two interns (one CU intern, one P/SL transitional year intern) in addition to medical students and sub-interns. Team censuses cap at 14.  Each team works one week of night float on their 4 week rotation. 

Attendings for resident teams are hospitalists, all of whom enjoy teaching and working with residents and students.

Daily noon conference aims to be highly educational, with a mixture of case conference, grand rounds, multidisciplinary tumor board, and patient safety conference.  The group of learners at P/SL is smaller than at other sites, allowing for an intimate and flexible learning environment.

CU residents can also do electives in various medical subspecialties in the private setting at P/SL.​

Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center 


Rose Medical Center

Third year residents spend one month in the Rose emergency department, assessing and caring for complex internal medicine patients with a large degree of autonomy. Rose also offers an excellent ICU elective featuring National Jewish Hospital Intensivists as faculty supervisors and an elective hospitalist rotation.

Rose Medical Center