Clerkships immerse students in the experiences associated with a particular field of medicine. Students work full-time at affiliated institutions and clinical rotation sites during each six- to twelve-week rotation period and are assigned on-call duty on scheduled nights and weekends. In addition, as part of the Primary Care-Population Medicine Program students have the opportunity to work in Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (LIC).
|Medicine||12 weeks||Memorial Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence VA Medical Center, Kent Hospital, Newport Hospital|
|Surgery||6 weeks||Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, Providence VA Medical Center, Kent Hospital, Newport Hospital|
|Pediatrics||6 weeks||Hasbro Children's Hospital, Women and Infants Hospital, Milford Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital|
|Obstetrics/Gynecology||6 weeks||Women and Infants Hospital, Kent Hospital|
|Psychiatry/Clinical Neuroscience||8 weeks||Butler Hospital, Providence VA Medical Center, Rhode Island Hospital, Bradley Hospital, The Miriam Hospital|
|Family Medicine||6 weeks||Kent Hospital of Rhode Island