Resident Rotations in Geriatric Medicine

Elective Information

In partnership with the Stanford Internal Medicine Residency Program, we offer Geriatric Medicine required and elective rotations designed to prepare physicians for optimal care of older patients. The resident will have an opportunity to assess and treat a diverse population of older adults, from those who are healthy and active to those who are frail and dependent.

Internal Medicine Rotation in Geriatric Medicine: This four-week rotation introduces Internal Medicine interns to the basics of Geriatric Medicine theory and practice in primary care clinic, skilled nursing facility, and inpatient settings. - Contact Philip Choe

Stanford Resident Inpatient Elective: This elective allows second and third-year Internal Medicine residents to rotate with the Inpatient Geriatrics Consult and Home-Based Primary Care services. The rotation is designed to teach residents to evaluate and manage common geriatric syndromes in hospitalized elders including delirium, dementia, falls, frailty, and hospital-associated disability.  - Contact Meera Sheffrin

Away Elective: Stanford Medicine accepts visiting residents from ACGME-accredited programs in the United States and Canada. If you are interested in a Geriatric Medicine elective rotation at Stanford, please review the eligibility and application guidelines at the following this link.- Contact Philip Choe

For more information about elective opportunities, please contact:
Philip Choe, DO

Geriatric Medicine Rotation Director


Meera Sheffrin, MD, MAS  

Clinical Assistant Professor

For more information on the Stanford Internal Medicine Residency Program, please contact:
Karina Delgado-Carrasco

Residency Program Manager, Department of Medicine