Rotations

Rachelle M. St. Onge MD, Rebeccah Stevens MD, PGY2.

“I always feel supported by my faculty mentors during rotations. They offer assistance or advice when needed, but otherwise let me lead the way,” says resident Rebeccah Stevens, MD, right, shown with faculty member Rachelle M. St. Onge, MD.

Our rotations give you an impressive range of experiences with multiple patient populations, treatment modalities and clinical settings. They help you develop a flexible, adaptable skill set and a broad perspective on contemporary obstetrics/gynecological care.

11/10/17
You will manage a panel of both high- and low-risk obstetric patients for one-half day per week, under attending supervision, throughout your four years of training.
12/14/16
You will receive comprehensive training in the evaluation and management of medical emergencies in an acute care setting.
12/14/16
During this third-year rotation, you will gain further experience in the diagnosis and management of pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
2/22/18
Working in a world-renowned cancer research and treatment center that serves patients both regionally and nationally, you will serve as a member of the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center gynecologic oncology team and participate in all aspects of patient care.
11/10/17
You can expect rigorous and comprehensive training in both in-office gynecologic procedures and surgery throughout all four years of your residency.
12/14/16
During this first-year rotation, you will provide obstetric and gynecologic care to HIV-positive women at the HIV/AIDS & Immunodeficiency Clinic at Erie County Medical Center.
11/10/17
You will be trained to manage high-risk obstetrical patients by learning how to evaluate common genetic, terato­logic and metabolic problems that complicate pregnan­cies.
11/10/17
A core portion of your clinical practicum, this rotation teaches you to manage labor, triage and emergency department patients, with your responsibilities gradually increasing throughout all four years of your training.
12/14/16
During this third-year rotation, you will work one-on-one with Reproductive Endocrinology Division faculty to gain experience in the management of infertility and reproductive endocrine disorders.
12/14/16
Training in research methods and design is a fundamental component of your resident education.
12/14/16
In this rotation occurring simultaneously in a hospital setting and in a large, outpatient radiology group, you will gain robust experience performing and interpreting common imaging modalities used in obstetrics and gynecology.
11/1/18
We offer local electives to those interested in pursuing a subspecialty after residency.