Medical Student Rotations
- Maternal-Fetal Medicine
- Custom Combination Rotation
From Triage to Post-Partum: When possible, you are expected to participate in the evaluation of the patient in triage, follow her through labor, participate in her delivery (both vaginal and cesarean deliveries), and follow her through the postpartum course. You are expected to arrive at the hospital at 5:00 am to participate in board and postpartum rounds, participate in Morning Report on Labor and Delivery at 7:30 am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and at 7:00 am on Wednesday. You are also expected to participate in evening check out rounds at 5:00 pm.
With the assistance of the Maternal Fetal Medicine resident, you are expected identify patients to follow while on the rotation. You are expected to arrive at the hospital at 5:00 am to round on the antepartum patients with the Maternal Fetal Medicine resident, participate in Morning Report on Labor and Delivery at 7:30 am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and at 7:00 am on Wednesday mornings. You are also expected to participate in evening check out rounds at 5:00 pm. Clinic has yet to be determined.
With the assistance of the Senior Gynecology Resident, you are expected to identify the surgical cases you would like to participate in. You are responsible for seeing the patient preoperatively, participating in their surgical procedure, and following them postoperatively. Gynecology rounds will begin each morning at 5:30am with the Senior Gynecology Resident. This rotation can be split into 2 weeks at Baptist and 2 weeks at Houma.
With the assistance of the Senior Onc Resident, you will be expected to participate in pre-op, the surgical procedure, and to follow patients postop. You will help to manage floor issues while the team is in surgery and will also have some
clinic time. Rounds will be determined by the team. You will also assist in Tumor Board every other Wednesday am.