Learn more about our Virtual Rotation
Welcome! The Kaiser Permanente Orange County Family Medicine Residency Program Virtual medical student rotation provides a fully immersive educational experience with unparalleled access to the program’s residents and faculty. Rotations are designed to be two weeks in length, encompassing aspects of both inpatient and outpatient learning activities.
The inpatient portion of the rotation experience includes virtual participation in resident morning report, one-on-one educational sessions with hospital rounding faculty members, and self-guided learning activities for high yield medicine topics. At the end of this week, medical students will have the opportunity to present a patient case during morning report with emphasis on pertinent clinical teaching pearls.
The outpatient portion of the rotation will focus on high yield clinic educational topics and demonstrate the breadth of program opportunities through a series of resident and faculty mentor meetings, self-guided learning activities, and community medicine efforts, culminating in a topical presentation during noon conference. Students will continue to sharpen their diagnostic skills with mock patient cases interspersed throughout the two weeks, in addition to regular attendance at noon conference lectures.
At the conclusion of a two-week rotation, it is the program’s goal to have provided a well-rounded, academically enriching experience while simultaneously displaying the multitude of residency educational opportunities and residents/faculty that truly make this program one-of-a-kind.
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