Block J1 J2 J3
1A Klein, Jeremy Obaoye, Joanna Waymel, Catherine
1B Ryan, Molly Reddy, Nikhil Olaya, Stephan
2A Dinh, Tracy Lambert, Brianna Walser, Matt
2B Carrera, Tony Dzekem, Bona Amuda, Aisha
3A Kotlo, Srisha Battaglia, Muriel Perri, Molly
3B Sachar, Ryan Feldt, Susan Fan, James
4A Subashchandran, Varun Johnston, Hannah Lombard, Rachel
4B Agwaramgbo, Ezinne Ojugbeli, Amanda Brown, Manasa
5A Pursley (Matthews), Hannah Keating, Layne Swamy, Varsha
5B Akingbade, Lola Rajagopal, Geetha Siddiki, Mikail
6A Zavala, Carlos Rodman, Christopher Small, Alexander
6B Liu, Jannel Agwaramgbo, Ezinne Parekh, Pooja
7A Bahga, Amrit Michaels, Elena Ngouchet, Joyce
7B Miller, Joe Allaw, Ahmad Mayer, Michael
8A Yang, Eddy Aniemeka, Chukwunedum Shukla, Navika
8B Dandridge, Cameron Walser, Matt Swamy, Varsha
9A Boakye-Donkor, Aretha Deshpande, Nikita Marable, Marcus
9B GoodSmith, Matt Mehra, Geetika Sun, Eric
10A Vitzthum von Eckstaedt, Hans Dike-Udensi, Emmanuel Wiswell, Roxy
10B Gras, Nicole Bandealy, Nadeem Perkey, Eric
11A Singh, Divya Lum, Nicole Roy, Rukmini
11B Kim, Sara (Seoyeon) Feaster, Nia Panchamukhi, Srinivas
12A Shahriar, Arman Morton, Zoey Mekonen, Bruk
12B Weinberg, Josh Christian, Carlton O’hara, Meaghan
13A Zavala, Carlos Battaglia, Muriel Tyler, Kari
13B Belmont, Erika Allan, Tess Mire, Muhammad


Rotating Queue – RESIDENT Jeopardy Policy

  • Jeopardy is called in order (1st, 2nd, then 3rd).
  • After missing two days or more† of your originally scheduled rotation, you go to the back of the queue (i.e. 1st -> 3rd).
    • “Two days” = 2 days of inpatient service or DF, 2 nights of NF, 4 half-days of clinic, 2 ED shifts, or one overnight call (24+4 hours or weekend MROC).
    • Example 1: You are jeopardized to cover Gens-R on Monday, and you then cover your colleague’s PCG clinic on Tuesday and another colleague’s clinic on Wednesday. You now move to the back of the jeopardy queue.
    • Example 2: You cover a MICU call on Wednesday, stay overnight, and leave Thursday morning post-rounds.You now move to the back of the queue.
  • However, if jeopardized, you will cover the service for the duration of that need. We need to maintain continuity (this may not apply to night float rotations; will assess on a case-by-case basis).
    • Example 3: You are jeopardized to Cards because your colleague has appendicitis. Your colleague is out for one week. You stay on Cards for that entire week. Once your colleague returns, you move to the end of the queue.

Other Reminders:

  • Please keep your pager with you at ALL times during your jeopardy block.
  • If paged, you are expected to respond within 15 minutes and be in the hospital within 1 hour.
  • Please note your obligations begin at 7am on the first day of your block and last until 7am the first day of the next block.
  • Schedule switches:
    • Preference is still for full block switches
    • Residents should first attempt to identify a full block switch before looking into partial coverage
    • Partial block coverage must be provided by the same covering resident
    • The covering resident cannot have any other duties during that time (including clinic, MROCs, or extra service pay shifts).
    • Residents are responsible for finding their own jeopardy coverage but should run proposed coverage plans by the chiefs
    • Interview coverage falls in separate category and must be run by chiefs
  • You are not eligible for MROCs or nightfloats during jeopardy.
  • You may not participate in extra service pay shifts while on jeopardy.
  • Do not schedule Step 3, ACLS recertification, etc. during jeopardy.