Clinic Rotation 1
- Attend all clinics
- Pre-read on your assigned patients charts. Please know their disease, how they presented, initial work-up and most recent labs/bone age.
- Complete patient write-ups on patients you have seen.
- Initially leave discussion blank if important labs are pending. If all lab work is back during your rotation, complete the discussion and notify parents of results. If cases are difficult or labs are not back, I will do this. No abbreviations, please write/print legibly.
- Diabetes Clinic charts will be dictated by your attending.
Take advantage of free time to read! We don't expect you to become an endocrinologist in 2 weeks so concentrate on those things most important to your education in Pediatrics. We recommend the chapters in any pediatric text on growth, puberty, diabetes, and the thyroid. We will also try to give you pertinent handouts.
Feel free to ask questions anytime! Welcome!
William L. Clarke, M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics
Meets Tuesday AM for half the day and on Wednesdays all day. Meet at 8:30 AM on the 4th floor of Primary Care Center. Students may join inpatient ward rounds at 8:35 on 7W. Clinic goes from 8:30 AM until 5 PM. If the student cannot attend the clinic or has any problems or needs assistance, contact the Peds Renal Office at 924-2096.
Pulmonology Clinic at the Primary Care Center
Report to the Primary Care Center, 4th Floor, at 1 PM on Tuesday. Ask for Dr. Froh.
You will have all day on Fridays to complete your CLIPP cases