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  • Lower cost of living

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  • 1. Children’s Hospital of Michigan Welcome!
  • 2. Training ground for more residents than anywhere else in the country!
  • 3. Wayne State University School of Medicine Largest single-campus medical school in the country
    • Year 3 Pediatric clerkship hosts 275 students/year
    • Years 3 & 4 electives include over 80 students annually
  • 4. History
    • Founded in the mid-1800’s
    • 3 rd oldest children’s hospital in the nation
  • 5. Discoveries include Cooley’s anemia, Wilson’s disease, battered child syndrome….
  • 6. The AAP was founded in Detroit in 1930 by 35 local pediatricians who broke away from the AMA
  • 7.
    • Only free-standing children’s hospital in Michigan
    • Michigan’s only Level 1 Trauma Center for kids
    • Home to Michigan’s only burn center for kids
    • One of two Regional Poison Control Centers
    • Level 4 NICU, one of 3 ECMO Centers in the state
    • 24-hour Transport Team
    Factoids
  • 8. Training affiliation with Henry Ford Health System’s satellite ambulatory network Grosse Pointe West Bloomfield
  • 9. Children’s Achievements
    • Home of the world’s only Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Center dedicated to kids
    • International leader in pediatric neurosurgery
    • Leader in pediatric research for hemophilia, von Willebrand’s disease, and sickle cell disease
    • Premier teaching center for pediatric robotic surgery in the US
  • 10. Residency Program
    • Training ground for more
    • Michigan pediatricians than any other program in state
    • 118 residents & 42 subspecialty fellows
    • Hands-on, graduated learning
  • 11. State of the art on-line computer information & imaging systems Residents are provided Tungsten PDAs for Wi Fi capabilities !
  • 12. Fellowships
    • Allergy and Immunology
    • Cardiology
    • Child Psychology
    • Critical Care Medicine
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Gastroenterology
    • Genetics
    • Heme/Onc
    • Infectious Diseases
    • Neonatology
    • Nephrology
    • Neurology
    • Pharmacology
  • 13. Balanced Curriculum
    • Comprehensive primary and subspecialty care training
    • 6 electives in 3-years
    • Internal Medicine/Pediatrics colleagues
    • (Soon-to-be) Pediatrics/Genetics colleagues
  • 14. Specialty Curricula
    • International Medicine tract
      • Bi-monthly classes in Year 1
      • 2 months overseas in Years 2/3
      • Longitudinal research projects
    • Medical Spanish
      • 16-week course, live + distance-learning
      • Cultural competency curriculum
    • ABP Research Pathway
  • 15. Training you for…
    • Advocacy
      • Award-winning Informed Mothers/Healthy Kids, Pediatric Mobile Team, Reach Out and Read
    • Scholarship
      • Required scholarly activity, research lecture seminars, mentorship, grant funding,
    • Leadership
      • Resident representation on education committees, hospital committees, and in the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • 16. Didactics
    • Morning Report
      • Chief resident run case-based presentations
    • Senior Rounds
      • review of on-call management
    • Grand Rounds
    • Mock Code
      • video-taped resuscitation simulations
    • ACRES
      • resident presentations on critical care topics
    • 18 month core curriculum: level specific with integrated board review
    • Weekly Radiology Conference
  • 17. Didactics
    • Monthly
    • Journal Club, Synopsis
    • Child Psychiatry Grand Rounds
    • Pediatric Trauma Series
    • Morbidity and Mortality conference
    • Residents As Teachers series
    • Other
    • Research Research series (twice monthly)
    • Practice Practicalities series (twice monthy)
    • International Medicine tract
    • Procedure Fairs (twice annually)
    • Brenner Research Presentations
  • 18. First Year Schedule
    • 6 Inpatient floors
      • General/0-3, General/>3, Infectious Disease & Hematology/Oncology
    • 2 Neonatology
    • 2 General Pediatric Clinic (no call)
    • 1 Newborn Nursery
    • 1 Elective (no call)
  • 19. Typical Day on the Wards
    • 7-8a Pre-rounds
    • 8-8:50a Morning Report
    • 8:50-9:20 Senior Rounds
    • 9:30-12p Teaching Rounds
    • 1-4p Ward duties, clinic
    • 4p Resident sign out
    • Intern call q4
    • Post-call Home by 11am
  • 20. Program Perks
    • Competitive salary $38,850
    • Free adjacent parking
    • On-call meal stipend
    • Personal Digital Assistant (Tungsten C)
    • Access to WSU facilities
      • free new fitness center & computer hardware + software discounts, Internet/email account
    • Adjacent NAEYC-accredited quality child care center
    • Free sporting event tickets, courtesy of the Medical Staff
    • On-site library facilities
  • 21. Resident Well-Being
    • Year 1: 3 call-free months,
    • 1 full weekend off per month
    • Graduated call
    • 4 weeks vacation per year & 4-day winter holiday
    • Week-long intern orientation & overnight intern retreat
    • Personal faculty advisor
    • Resident/Faculty Picnic, Holiday Potluck, Holiday Dinner Dance
    • Senior Day
  • 22. happy resident social committee Frisbee games, bowling, dinners, plays, museums, house parties, cider mill trips, sports games… www.chom.net/happy.html
  • 23. Detroit & Michigan Over 4 million and growing…. Rich cultural and ethnic diversity…
  • 24. Motown!
  • 25. Historic Detroit neighborhoods
  • 26. Athletics “ Best Sports City” The Sporting News magazine 1998 2006!
  • 27. Cultural Activities
    • Theaters –
      • Fox, Fisher, Gem, State, Bonstelle, Masonic Temple, Macomb Center
    • Michigan Opera Theater
    • Comedy clubs/Second City
    • Concerts
      • DTE Energy,Meadowbrook, The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • 28. Museums
      • Detroit Cultural Center including the Detroit Institute for the Arts & the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
      • Detroit Science Center
      • Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, largest indoor-outdoor museum complex in the nation
      • Cranbrook Institutes
  • 29. Other events, venues…
    • 2004 North American International Auto Show
    • Ford Detroit International Jazz Festival, the largest free jazz festival in North America
    • Grand Prix auto race at Belle Isle
    • Woodward Dream Cruise
    • Eastern Market
    • Ann Arbor Art Fairs
  • 30. Oh Canada!
    • International Freedom Festival
    • Favorable exchange rates
    • Proximity to Toronto
    • Stratford Shakespeare Festival
    • Niagara Falls
  • 31. The Great Lakes
  • 32. Summary
    • Children’s has a rich history
    • Leader in pediatric care & research
    • Strong residency program
    • Emphasis on resident education & well-being
    • Located in a diverse & entertaining city
  • 33. Questions?