To assess the feasibility of an on-site, case-based curriculum delivered by preceptors and to assess preceptors' perceptions of the impact of the curriculum on rotation performance and ability to teach.
Hospital medicine preceptors were surveyed before and after curriculum deployment using a previously developed survey.
Preceptors had positive perceptions of the impact of the curriculum. Rotation performance for health care systems topics had the greatest increase.
Curriculum delivery through on-site, case-based teaching might be well received by preceptors. Despite increased demands on preceptor time, preceptor response to the introduction of a structured curriculum during the second-year internal medicine rotation was positive. Use of preceptor-delivered, preprepared, case-based curricular content might be a tool worth testing in further contexts.