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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home About UsAbout Us Latest News and Announcements Faculty Directory History Becker Collection EducationEducation Residency ProgramResidency Program Meet the Residents What Distinguishes Us? Application Process Research OpportunitiesResearch Opportunities Ongoing and Completed Research Resident Call Schedule Subspecialty Rotations Living In St. Louis Frequently Asked Questions Clinical FellowshipsClinical Fellowships Meet the Fellows Corneal, External Disease, and Refractive Fellowship Glaucoma Fellowship Ocular Immunology/Uveitis Fellowship Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Neuro-Ophthalmology Fellowship Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Fellowship Vitreoretinal Disease and Surgery Fellowship Optometry Residency Program ResearchResearch DOVS Labs ITVS Pathway T32 Vision Science Training Grant Vision Core GrantVision Core Grant Molecular Genetics Service Core Morphology & Imaging Core Vision Function Testing Core Graduate Course BIO5501 Student Research Opportunities LASIK Surgery Center Patient CarePatient Care Clinical Specialties Clinical Offices Clinical Trials Prepare for your visit Giving Contact UsContact Us Department Contacts AlumniAlumni Alumni Roster Alumni Videos PhotosPhotos Alumni Photos June 2012 Graduation Welcome Reception 2015 Hardesty Chair 5-31-12 Alumni Newsletters Association Dues EventsEvents Named Lectureship Series DOVS Grand Rounds Archives Open Search Resident Call Schedule  Interns (PGY-1)  While on ophthalmology rotations, interns work in clinic and on the adult consult service during regular business hours. There is no overnight, weekend, or holiday call.   First Year (PGY-2)  First-years are responsible for in-house call at the Washington University Medical Campus, where Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital are located.   Weekdays  During regular business hours (weekdays from 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM), adult and pediatric consults are covered separately by the first-year residents assigned to the consult rotation at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the pediatrics rotation at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. From 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM, consults from both sites are covered by a single first-year resident that rotates weekly.    Weekends and Holidays  Consults from both Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital are covered by a first-year resident on a rotating basis from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.  Night Float  First-year residents rotate coverage of adult and pediatric consults from 7PM to 7AM in two-week blocks beginning on Sunday and ending on Saturday.   The first-year class may collectively agree to make adjustments to the call schedule provided that none of them is ever assigned to more than 24 hours of continuous duty.    Second Year (PGY-3)  Second-years cover consults at the John Cochran VAMC from 4:30 PM to 7:00 AM. This is done on a home-call basis with responsibilities rotating weekly.   Third Year (PGY-4)  Third-year residents assist first-years with complex consults overnight and on weekends or holidays. The third-year also serves as the primary surgeon or surgical assistant for all surgical cases that occur during these times. All surgical cases are staffed by an attending. Third-year call is taken on a home-call basis. Education Optometry Residency Program Residency Program What Distinguishes Us? Meet the Residents Subspecialty Rotations Curriculum Clinical Rotations University Eye Service Resident Call Schedule Joint Internship Resident Research Alumni Placements Alumni Testimonials Alumni Bio Stipend and Benefits Living In St. Louis Frequently Asked Questions Application Process Clinical Fellowships STAY CONNECTED Join our newsletter list! Subscribe Now John F. Hardesty, MD, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual SciencesWashington University School of MedicineContact Us Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube AFFILIATE INSTITUTIONS LINKS Faculty Job Openings Staff Job Openings Employee Portal (login required) Join our e-Newsletter mailing list ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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