University of Nebraska Medical Center


Patient at the Olson Center getting an ultrasound of her baby


The OB-GYN residents complete rotations, working with faculty physicians in the areas described below. The residents are expected to communicate effectively with patients, their families, and clinic and hospital staff, apply professional behaviors to the clinic and hospital settings, demonstrate appropriate patient confidentiality and a commitment to their education and professional development and growth, assist the learning of medical students participating in the rotation, understand how insurance affects patient care, understand coding and billing, and be able to describe the ethical concepts for appropriate patient care.

Year One:

  • Continuity Clinic
  • One month of gynecologic oncology
  • Two months of ambulatory medicine
  • Three months of gynecology
  • Six months with University Obstetrics

Year Two:

  • Continuity Clinic
  • Three months of gynecologic oncology
  • Three months with Methodist Obstetrics
  • Three months with University Obstetrics, of which four to six weeks will be night float
  • Three months with the Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine

Year Three:

  • Continuity Clinic
  • Three months with Methodist Gynecology
  • Three months of high-risk obstetrics at Methodist
  • Three months of University Obstetrics night float
  • Two months of urogynecology and family planning

Year Four:

  • Continuity Clinic
  • Four months of benign gynecology
  • Four months of gynecologic oncology
  • One month with Methodist Gynecologic Oncology
  • Four months with University Obstetrics