Sponsor: Jean Yi, MD, Program Director
Duration: 4 weeks
Students per block: 2–3
Our radiology clerkship offers the medical student an opportunity to participate in an active radiology department known for its Imaging Excellence, in a comfortable community setting. The department offers the highest quality diagnostic and treatment information. You will learn from very talented, dedicated doctors, residents and staff who really care.
The rotation includes ER, body CT/MRI, neuroradiology, ultrasound, angiography/interventional radiology, fluoroscopy, and mammography. Rotations may be tailored to suit the specific interest of the student.
Description of the rotation
We allow no more than two to three medical students and/or rotating interns in the department at any one time. Preference is given to medical students from Thomas Jefferson University. Students are provided with a rotation schedule, medical student objectives and a textbook at the start of their rotation. Students do not take call during this rotation nor are any weekends required. An extensive learning file and library are available to the students. Students are expected to participate in departmental conferences as well as selected conferences in other clinical departments. Students may be asked to give a presentation during the last week of the rotation. Topics are assigned to the student well enough in advance to allow the student ample time to prepare.
Bryn Mawr Hospital is conveniently located on the Main Line. We are one block from the P & W train station and two blocks from the Bryn Mawr train station. However, most students prefer to drive and are given a parking pass to park in our garage free of charge.
If you would like to learn more about our medical student rotation please call the Residency Coordinator at 484.337.3436.