The Good Samaritan Internal Medicine Residency Program offers various types clerkships for third and fourth year medical students, which allow them the opportunity to experience Internal Medicine from both an inpatient and outpatient perspective. The program offers students a variety of clerkships/rotations including, but not limited to, a Sub-Internship in Internal Medicine, ICU, Ambulatory Internal Medicine, Palliative Care, and Infectious Disease. Students are supervised by a third year medical resident or directly by the medical attending and are responsible for evaluating, assessing and presenting patients. Depending on the clerkship, students will also be responsible for assisting in ACLS/ Code Blue, medical note writing, hospital admissions, and a variety of other procedures that a patient may require. Didactics are a part of each clerkship, and generally take place Monday through Friday from 7-8 a.m. Lectures will cover a variety of Internal Medicine topics, presented by both program and hospital faculty.