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YesGeneral InformationResidents rotate through a traditional block system, spending 4 weeks at a location. After the first intern year, residents can begin choosing elective rotations or create their own based on their career goals or interests.   These experiences occur through multiple facilities in the area including at a level-one trauma center at Grady Memorial Hospital, a premier children's hospital in the Southeast at CHOA, and a nationally rated hospital at Emory University Hospital Midtown, as well as through the VA medical hospital in Atlanta. We have a new state-of-the art clinic designed especially for the patient-centered medical home, allowing space to conduct interdisciplinary and inter-professional team care and education, and chronic disease patient education seminars. We also conduct home visit for patients who have healthcare needs that require it. Residents also participate in weekly didactic sessions, monthly journal clubs, and achieve certifications like BLS/ACLS, ALSO, PALS, NRP, and Advanced Wilderness Life Support.  Core experiences that occur in addition to the continuity clinic at the Family Medicine clinic include: /PGY1 Orientation Family Medicine Inpatient Service ICU Cardiology Newborn Nursery Pediatric Emergency Clinic Pediatric Wards OB Neurology Orthopedics General Surgery Family Medicine Center Behavioral Medicine /PGY2 Family Medicine Inpatient Service Sports Medicine/Radiology ENT/Urology Opthamology OB Psychiatry Emergency Medicine Geriatrics Ambulatory Surgery Ambulatory Peds Palliative Care Elective /PGY3 Family Medicine Inpatient Service Family Medicine Center Gynecology Dermatology Emergency Medicine Community Medicine Practice Management Electives (5) /Elective ExperiencesElective Experiences include (but are not limited to): Preventive Cardiology Infectious Disease Rheumatology Endocrinology Dermatology GI Nephrology Podiatry Urgent Care Emergency Medicine Aesthetics Integrative Medicine Pediatric Weight Loss Palliative Care Hospice Migrant Farmers Project Research Observational Medicine Student Health Ultrasound Medical Journalism Global Health Experiences /////