Rotations

Rubin Bahuva, MD, with Paula Burkard MD, PhD.

”I'm building substantial experience in clinics and during conferences and dedicated research time,” says Rubin Bahuva, MD (left), who's mentored by Paula Burkard MD, PhD.

Our comprehensive rotations give you an impressive range of experiences with multiple patient populations, help you develop a broad skill set and train you to deliver the highest level of patient care.

By the time you finish our rotations, you should feel capable of passing your American Board of Internal Medicine gastroenterology certification exam and proceeding as a fully developed physician in the area of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition.

6/19/14
Gain experience diagnosing and treating a wide variety of gastrointestinal disorders, develop your communication skills and professionalism and become familiar with basic endoscopic procedures during our GI consult service rotation.
5/9/17
In keeping with our field’s increased emphasis on outpatient medicine training, our program includes a rotation that gives you additional experience diagnosing and treating the gastrointestinal disorders encountered in an outpatient setting.
6/19/14
Learn the fundamentals of higher-level gastroenterological procedures during a rotation designed for second- and third-year fellows.
2/8/19
Rotating through a specialized cancer center increases your skills in diagnosing and treating gastrointestinal cancers and expands your understanding of the complications of cancer therapy.
6/19/14
Gain experience with the multifaceted procedures and details involved in providing longitudinal outpatient care at a variety of settings.
2/8/19
Our research rotation trains you to critically evaluate medical literature and research findings; provides you with in-depth exposure to basic, clinical or translational research; and prepares you to apply new research to clinical practice.
2/8/19
As a fellow in our program, you’ll have freedom to select electives that enhance your training and fit your unique interests and goals.