Program Curriculum and Rotations

Post-Graduate Year
IR-Integrated Curriculum
PGY-1 (13 rotations)
ICU, Vascular Surgery, Acute Care Surgery, Inpatient Internal Medicine, Ortho Clinic, Radiology, IR
PGY-2 (13 rotations)
DR, IR, NeuroIR
PGY-3 (13 rotations)
DR, IR, NeuroIR, Children’s Hospital
PGY-4 (13 rotations)
DR, IR, NeuroIR 
PGY-5 (13 rotations)
IR, NeuroIR, Vascular Surgery, ICU, Pediatric IR
PGY-6 (13 rotations)
IR, NeuroIR, Breast Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Vascular Surgery, Hepatology, Advanced Endoscopy 

For the Integrated program, the PGY 2-4 years will be similar to the Diagnostic Radiology program. Please click here for full details.

Post-Graduate Year
IR-Independent Curriculum
PGY-6 (13 rotations)
IR, NeuroIR, Vascular Surgery, ICU, Pediatric IR
PGY-7 (13 rotations)
IR, NeuroIR, Vascular Surgery, Hepatology, Advanced Endoscopy

We are accredited for 2 total Independent positions. We accept both ESIR and non-ESIR applicants.


An Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) curriculum is offered for Diagnostic Radiology residents. This pathway enables DR residents to gain advanced training in IR and IR-related specialties during their PGY-5 year. Completing this curriculum enables residents to gain advanced standing in an IR-Independent Residency program. Instead of completing 2 additional years of training after DR residency, ESIR residents only have to complete 1 additional year of IR-Independent training. There are up to 2 positions available per year. Acceptance into the ESIR curriculum is by application at the end of the DR PGY-3 year.

IR Call

IR specific call responsibilities will be during IR rotations only. Call is generally one day per week and one weekend per month.

Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (800) 436-7936.

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