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Resident Rotations &

On-Call Schedule

Typical Resident Rotations

(scheduled in two-month blocks)

Our three-year residency training program strikes an excellent balance between inpatient, outpatient and procedural opportunities.

PGY2 Rotations

  • Stroke
  • Brain Injury
  • Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine
  • Musculoskeletal Medicine
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Hines VA: Inpatient

PGY3 Rotations

  • NeuroRehab (stroke and brain injury)
  • Pediatrics: Inpatient and outpatient
  • Outpatient Pain
  • Community-based hospital: inpatient and consults
  • Hines VA: EMG and outpatient
  • Hines VA: Interventional spine

PGY4 Rotations

  • Outpatient clinics: including prosthetics and orthotics, EMG, injections and procedures (four months)
  • Electromyography at a variety of rotation sites
  • Captain James H. Lovell Federal Health Care System: Outpatient, including Musculoskeletal Medicine Clinics, EMG and injections
  • Hines VA: General outpatient
  • Electives

Typical Resident On-Call Schedule

All residents are assigned to in-house on-call duties, and no resident is on-call more than once every third night. A typical on-call schedule might be as follows:

  • PGY2: approximately four times per month
  • PGY3: approximately two times per month
  • PGY4: approximately one time per month

For additional information, please contact Yana Spedale, Residency Program Coordinator by e-mail at

This residency training program site serves as a guide for individuals considering post-graduate residency training at Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital.

All information within this site is subject to change at the discretion of the Residency Program in accordance with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Institutional, Common and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialty program requirements.