The medical education program at Redmond Regional Medical Center provides 3rd and 4th year medical students with didactic and clinical training in several areas of medicine. The program was developed to provide robust educational experience in a clinical environment as a means to teach and role-model high acumen in all six areas of competency. Students have daily direct supervision and work closely with attending faculty as well as exposure to innovative teaching models alongside Medical Residents in the care of patients. Both two- and four-week block rotations are available.
Redmond Regional is the exclusive site for medical student rotations in Internal Medicine at the Rome clinical campus of Medical College of Georgia and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Redmond also accepts rotation applications from medical students of unaffiliated US accredited allopathic and osteopathic medical schools on a case by case basis.
- Medical Intensive Care
- Inpatient Internal Medicine
All applications and required documentation are submitted online through Clinician Nexus.
The application process is free.
Application requirements include:
- Immunization records
- COMLEX and/or USMLE Scores (Step I)
- A minimum score of 470 on the COMLEX and/or
- A minimum score of 210 on the USMLE
- CV or resume
- Background check
- Drug screen
- Implementation letter (provided by school)
- Once approved you will then need to complete the onboarding process.
Orientation will be given to all Medical Students on the first day of their rotation to acquaint him/her with our EMR, hospital protocols and the clinical teaching structure. Medical students are requested to report to the medical education department at 8:00 am on the first day of their rotation. The student will not be allowed to assume floor responsibilities without orientation. A syllabus will be provided prior to your rotation start date.
Students spend a minimum of 10-12 hours per day in clinical and didactic activities. Most rotations are on a 6-day per week work schedule, excluding major holidays.
Patient Care Experience
The inpatient medical teaching service allows the medical students to take primary responsibility for the evaluation and management of patients under the supervision of the residents and faculty members.
Conferences are held daily Monday-Thursday in addition to a Friday afternoon Academic Half-Day most weeks. These didactic sessions are required and occur in partnership with the Internal Medicine Residency Program’s didactic schedule. Additional student-specific sessions are held weekly with Internal Medicine faculty on most Thursday afternoons.