So I assume they had no clinic patients then? "Batsh!t crazy" is a default part of the problem list at our resident clinic.Baylor U Medical Center in Dallas, TX. I interviewed there a few years ago and the intern hardly had any patients, spent a lot of time studying for boards and told me they screened out all the patients with mental health issues out of the IM resident clinic.
Wash U call is q4 (q8 overnight), q3 overnight in the ICU. On firm, NF is on every night except Friday, when the entire on call team stays. On every other call day, one of the two interns per team alternate staying overnight - thus, q8 overnight.From what I understand, Vandy's not "cush" in any way - no night float, so you get 10+ months of overnight call... not sure if it's Q2, 3, or 4, but compared to Wash U's "Q8" call (if you can even call it that), it seems harsh.
UC Irvine didn't look terrible. Not the best program out there, though. Pretty mediocre from my estimation. CU Denver does work pretty hard, although can't say if they've made many changes since then. 8 months of call all three years.Anyone know how Medical College of Wisconsin is or UC Irvine? Also UCLA and anyone from St. Joe's Exempla in Denver. I hear CU denver works you hard.