Medical Student Rotations at Seattle Children's

PEDS 691 Advanced Pediatric Clerkship

You will receive your team assignment either with your orientation information email or at orientation. Your orientation information email will also indicate where and when to arrive on your first day.

Orientation with Dr. Esther Chung:  The first day of your rotation, you will have an orientation with course director Esther Chung. This orientation will include the following:

  • Review of the Goals and Objectives
  • Creation of individual learning plans
  • Review of materials you will turn in during your rotation, including mid-clerkship feedback
  • Review of Tips for Success

Please review the following documents PRIOR to orientation on your first day:

General Overview and Requirements for Sub-Internship

Assignment Checklist

Individual Learning Plan

Peds Sub-I Patient Log Template

Mid-clerkship Feedback Form

Chief Rounds Details

Sample Admission History & Physical

Sample Discharge Summary

Tips for Hospital Course and Discharge Summaries

I-PASS Patient Safety Pocket Card

Epic Medical Student Note Guidelines

Final Reflection

Evaluations: Please keep a list of the interns, residents, seniors, and attendings with whom you work closely on the wards. You will receive an email at the end of your rotation asking you to complete the EValue Who Did You Work With Form.


The Medical Student Office will issue you a pager at the beginning of your rotation. Once you have signed in at SCH, the Medical Student Program Coordinator will enter your pager # into our tracking system and you will then be able to assign the pager # to yourself in CORES. Here are the instructions:

1.  Click on CORES tab to view team list
2.  Click on the “+ More” tab, located next to the button “View Patient List” on the CORES screen
3.  Select “My Preferences” from the drop down menu
4.  Enter pager number starting with area code and omitting any spaces or dashes
5.  Choose paging service from drop down menu, which should be listed on the back of pager
6.  Check the box to enable text paging
7.  Click on the tab “Save Changes”
8.  Wait for confirmation code to be sent to your pager
9.  Enter code on provided line and click verify
10. You’re done!

Chief’s Rounds
As part of your sub-I rotation here at SCH, you will attend a 1 hour bedside teaching session with one of the chief residents each week. During the session, a sub-I will give a brief (1 minutes) case presentation, and the chief will lead a discussion about pertinent physical exam findings, laboratory abnormalities, and radiographic findings. The sessions will be very interactive and targeted toward your personal learning objectives. A more thorough description is linked above. At the first session of your rotation, the chief will schedule you to bring in cases for the month. Please feel free to contact the chief residents if you have any questions.

SCH Inpatient Ward Teams (effective July 2020)

Team #



Contact #’s

Team 1

Gen Med, Endo, Neuro

Team Room:  RB.4.423

(4th Floor River, Section B)

7-2435 (senior)

7-7452 (resource)

7-5901 (intern 1)

7-6383 (intern 2)

Team 2

Gen Med, GI, GI Tx

Team Room: RC.4.831

 (4th Floor River, Section C)

7-2436 (senior)

7-7452 (resource)

7-5901 (intern 1)

7-6383 (intern 2)

Team 3

Gen Med, Craniofacial

Team Room: FA.3.330

(3rd Floor Forest, Section A)

7-2437 (senior)

7-7449 (resource)

7-5903 (intern 1)

7-6035 (intern 2)

Team 4


Team Room: FA.3.234

(3rd Floor Forest, Section A)

7-2438 (senior)

7-7449 (resource)

7-5904 (intern 1)

7-6414 (intern 2)

Team 5

Cards, Cards TX

Team Room: RC.6.826

(6th Floor River, Section C)

7-2439 (senior)

7-4149 (resource)

7-5905 (intern 1)

7-5906 (intern 2)

Team 6

Gen Med, Nephrology, Rheum

Team Room: RC.4.830

(4th Floor River, Section C)

7-2440 (senior)

7-4149 (resource)

7-6432 (intern 1)

7-6435 (intern 2)

Team 7

Private/Group Health

Check with your Senior

7-6437 (senior 1)

7-6439 (senior 2)

Team 8

Hospitalist House

Check with your Attending

7-6058 or 7-6114

Network & EMR Access at SCH, Remote Access Info & WiFi at SCH

Network and EMR Access at SCH: Students on this rotation are required to be up-to-date with any required SCH web-based EMR and safety training modules. You will receive information from the Medical Student Office on how to complete any required modules. Once you have completed the modules and the required sign-in and badging process, you will be given network and EMR access. To log into the Network at SCH, use the username provided by the Medical Student Office and password you set when you completed the web-based training.  You wil be prompted to change your password. SCH passwords must be at least 10 characters and include at least three of the following: one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number, one special character. This is the same username and password you will use to login to the EMR.

Remote Network and EMR Access: In addition to access at SCH, medical students on this rotation have remote network and EMR access through the Okta Verify system. Follow the steps on the Remote Access Help Page to register with Okta Verify.

WiFi Access at SCH: Students can connect to WiFi at SCH through the Personal Device Network (CHILD).

SCH Call Room Access

Medical students at SCH on the PEDS 691 Advanced Pediatric Clerkship and PEDS 677 Pediatric Intensive Care rotations will be given badge access to the Medical Student call room. Effective October 28, 2019, the call room is pod RC.2.912, room RC.2.919 and should be used by medical students ONLY. If you find that a non-medical student is using the room, let the SCH Medical Student Office know.

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