First year residents will take 45 nights of night float call. During that time, the resident will also be spending rotation time in the emergency room. Night shift consists of 13 hour evening shifts (6PM-7AM). During the night-float experience, the first year resident is under the supervision, and in collaboration with, an upper level resident and gradually increases his/her responsibility for managing the following:

  • Inpatient family medicine service
  • Inpatient pediatrics
  • Managing codes
  • Performing necessary procedures such as central line placement
  • After Hours phone calls from ICU
  • Hospital admissions from our practice and the practice of other physicians for whom we provide coverage; This includes some local family physicians as well as the Clay City Center for Family Medicine 

The intern will also provide in-house OB coverage up to 30 nights during the course of the year.

 

Second year residents will spend approximately 35 nights of in-house night call.

 

Third year residents will spend approximately 17 nights of in-house night call.

 

Upper level residents will be providing night call supervision for interns on a rotating basis.

Upper level residents will also take OB call for Family Medicine Center patients from home. Each upper level resident will take this call about four times per year. 

 

 

Contact Us

Vicki Miller 
Residency Coordinator 
(812) 478-4183
Toll Free: 800-264-4717

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Professional Office Building, 2nd Floor
1530 North 7th Street

Terre Haute, IN 47807

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