The Women's Health Track offers a unique opportunity for the categorical resident to obtain additional training in the ambulatory care of women. A multidisciplinary curriculum is offered in the second year and ensures competency in the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis, breast disease, urogynecology, and behavioral health. Women's Health Track selectives are available at all affiliated hospitals for both the Categorical and Primary Care Residencies, through consultation with the program director. In addition to track-specific selectives, a second continuity clinic focusing on routine gynecology is required. A Women's Health Journal Club is offered during which a core reading curriculum is reviewed. A Women's Health mentor is assigned who guides the resident in a proposed plan of study, as well as the selection of Women's Health selectives by the end of the first year.