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Clerkships

Ambulatory Care - Open to 3rd and 4th year medical students.

The clerkship begins with an orientation and "shadowing" experience with faculty to become familiar with normal operations in the family medicine office.
The majority of the time is spent at the CMG-Lynchburg Family Medicine Residency, interviewing and working up patients presenting for care under faculty supervision.
The student will attend scheduled didactic curricular offerings (3-4 hours/wk).
Community service at the Lynchburg Free Medical Clinic once every 2 weeks.
Additional experiences may be scheduled in the nursing home, home visits, office lab and radiology, or our rural office at Big Island (depending on site availability).

Ambulatory clerkships are 4 weeks in length.

Acting Internship - Open to 4th year medical students only.

The clerkship begins with orientation and rounds with the Family Medicine Service team at Lynchburg General Hospital.
Students will receive patients for admission and treatment under the supervision of the senior resident and family medicine attending faculty on service.
Daily teaching rounds will be made with the rounding team.
The student will attend scheduled didactic curricular offerings (3-4 hours/wk).
Community service to the Lynchburg Free Medical Clinic once every 2 weeks.

Inpatient clerkships are 4 weeks in length.