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Medical Student Education

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This page is maintained by the Office of Medical Education. You may contact the OME by email (omeweb@tulane.edu) or phone (504) 988-6600.

 

 

OUTPATIENT MEDICINE SPECIALTY CLINICS

Course Description

The Ambulatory and Subspecialty Clinics Rotation is designed to supplement the Internal Medicine Clerkship. Most of Internal Medicine is practiced in the outpatient setting and this is an opportunity to learn from clinic and subspecialty faculty. Students will rotate through a variety of clinics, including both primary care and subspecialty clinics. Students will be exposed to common internal medicine complaints, chronic disease, and highly specialized care. Students will also attend a number of education seminars focused on specific topics in internal medicine, such as Allergy, Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, etc. In addition, students will complete a self-study curriculum rooted in general internal medicine. Students will read the most up to date literature and guidelines on the treatment and prevention of IM diseases. 

More information:
http://tmedweb.tulane.edu/portal/student-guide/clerkships/item/internal-medicine-specialty-clinic

Contact Information

DirectorAdrian Baudy IV MD
Office: 7210 Hutchinson Memorial Building
Office Phone: (504) 988-4246
Cell: on student site

Student Programs CoordinatorLeigh-Ann Sallis
Office: 1555 Poydras, Room 871
Office Phone: (504) 988-7892

1430 Tulane Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112 medsch@tulane.edu