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  1. 1. ARIZONA MEDICAL EDUCATION CONSORTIUM PARTNERING TO ADVANCE THE QUALITY OF GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN ARIZONA. The Arizona Medical Education accreditation of GME programs and that Consortium (AzMEC) is dedicated to they would best be served by this collaboration between and among all collaborative and collective approach. Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited institutions AzMEC is proud to work with all of our and programs in Arizona. AzMEC assists member hospitals to continue Academic member hospitals for all program and Excellence Day to celebrate the institutional accreditation requirements, and accomplishments of our residents and the development of necessary fellows and their supporting faculty. administrative processes to enhance all of the training programs. The Consortium is Consortium Members: an active clinical partner in the state Banner Good Samaritan biomedical research initiative. Medical Center Carl T. Hayden VA Medical AzMEC serves as the crucible of innovative Center – Phoenix approaches for GME and UME among all Maricopa Integrated Health System the teaching programs in Arizona, and Mayo Clinic Arizona develops new programs and processes to Phoenix Baptist Hospital address regulatory and accreditation Phoenix Children’s Hospital standards as they evolve. St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center The Arizona Medical Education Consortium Scottsdale Healthcare naturally evolved from the Phoenix Area Southern Arizona VA Medical Medical Education Consortium (PAMEC), Center – Tucson established in 1996. The state-wide Tucson Medical Center organization was incorporated in 2003. This University Medical Center metamorphosis took place due to the University of Arizona College of recognition of the rapid changes in the Medicine standards and competency based Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine – parameters that were being developed for AZ Region
  2. 2. BANNER GOOD SAMARITAN MEDICAL CENTER RESIDENCY/FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS Mission ACGME Approved Residency Programs We exist to make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care. Internal Medicine Overview The Internal Medicine programs at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center ("Good Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center Sam") include categorical internal medicine, has served as a leader in healthcare in the combined medicine-pediatrics and Southwest since 1911. It is the flagship, preliminary medicine. All programs, quaternary care hospital of not-for-profit including the internal medicine subspecialty Banner Health which has 21 facilities programs described below are fully throughout Arizona and other western and integrated with the Phoenix Veterans Affairs midwestern states. Banner Good Sam is Medical Center. located in the heart of Phoenix on a 60-acre campus including a modernistic 12-story Two years ago, the internal medicine inpatient complex and state-of-the-art program was invited to participate in the diagnostic, emergency, ambulatory and Residency Review Committee for Internal support services. We are a major teaching Medicine’s (RRC-IM) Educational affiliate of the University of Arizona's Innovations Project, based upon stringent College of Medicine and an integral educational criteria for participation, 17 were component of its expanding Phoenix selected. The Banner Good Sam internal Campus. Our Medical Center's medicine program was selected to be in this academically oriented clinical setting with group of 17 “Best in Class” internal over 250 residents and fellows, medical medicine programs and qualified for a 10 students, other healthcare trainees and an year accreditation cycle. excellent hospital-based faculty, fosters a very stimulating and rewarding educational All faculty members hold academic atmosphere. appointments at the University. Each year, 40% or more of University of Arizona Banner Good Samaritan has core medical students complete their core clinical residencies in Internal Medicine, Surgery, clerkship and elective rotations at Good Family Practice, Obstetrics and Gynecology Sam. and Psychiatry. There is a Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency and The categorical medicine program provides first year Transitional and Preliminary 36 months of training in internal medicine. Medicine programs as well. Our The program is designed to train physicians subspecialty fellowships include Cardiology, who will enter the field of general internal Interventional Cardiology, Endocrinology, medicine or one of the subspecialties. Gastroenterology, Geriatrics, Medical Residents are exposed to patients from Toxicology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and different socioeconomic backgrounds who Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care have a variety of common and uncommon Medicine. medical problems. The program is designed to provide residents with elective time that allows the house officer to explore individual interests in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Required rotations include
  3. 3. emergency medicine, neurology, geriatrics, range of practice settings from inner-city ambulatory medicine and a research month. metropolitan to frontier rural locations. The program matches for 20 interns per year. In addition there are 11 preliminary Obstetrics & Gynecology medicine interns. This residency program helps new Medicine-Pediatrics physicians make the transition from student to specialist by providing the support they The combined program in internal medicine need to develop clinical competence, and pediatrics is four-year program that relationship building with patients, methods contains the core elements of training in for life long learning and health both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. The management experience. goal of the combined program is to train physicians who are fully capable of caring Residents learn, first-hand, the importance for the spectrum of illnesses that affect of continuity of care by caring for their own newborns, children, adolescents and adults. patients at Good Samaritan's outpatient Women's Health Service under the Residents who complete the four-year supervision of faculty. All major curriculum are eligible for board certification subspecialties are represented and the in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. faculty includes 16 perinatologists, many Most physicians who complete the who enjoy national recognition. This fully combined training experience join primary accredited program functions on a single care physician. Others choose to pursue campus and accepts seven categorical subspecialty training in fields that include residents each year for a total of 28. the care of both children and adults. As a result of recent restructuring of many Orthopaedic Surgery medical practices, there are many positions available for medicine-pediatrics graduates The Banner Good Samaritan Orthopaedic to work as full-time hospitalists, providing in- Residency program is a collaboration hospital care for a wide variety of patient between seven medical centers, two groups. universities, and seven private clinics/surgicenters in the Phoenix Family Medicine metropolitan area. Residents serve the participating facilities over five years during As the first family medicine training program which they complete surgical, specialty and in Arizona and the 15th in the nation, Good sub-specialty rotations. World-class, Sam has a long and rich tradition in family volunteer faculty lead the residents through medicine. The largest teaching hospital in the program while demonstrating a clear the Southwest, Good Sam offers a unique vision of the role an orthopaedic surgeon site where family physicians learn and plays in the medical community. practice in an academically stimulating and supportive environment. The faculty Surgery includes superb, experienced family medicine educators and creative, dynamic The Phoenix Integrated Surgical Resident new members. training program is primarily housed within two integrated hospitals, yet it is well The primary focus of our program is to supported by rotations at several affiliated provide superior family medicine education institutions. At BGSMC you to participate in in a "real world" medical setting that will the care of patients with myriad surgical prepare our graduates to thrive in a wide disease entities under the rubrics of general
  4. 4. surgery and the specialties, including (to patients. A strong sense of responsibility is name a few): trauma and emergency fostered in a variety of clinical settings with surgery, advanced laparoscopy, supervision by experienced and enthusiastic cardiothoracic surgery, colon and rectal full-time faculty. The clinical rotations are surgery, surgical endocrinology, complemented by daily organized lectures, transplantation, oncology, plastic and seminars and conferences addressing the reconstructive surgery, surgical critical care rapidly expanding body of information in and vascular/endovascular surgery. The modern Psychiatry. second integral component, located a few miles up the road, is the Carl T. Hayden The clinical Psychiatry programs at Banner Veterans Affairs Medical Center. With more Good Samaritan include 22 inpatient beds than 450 inpatient beds and an extensive and attractive outpatient clinics with outpatient system linked by a state-of-art personal offices for each resident. Our informatics system, this facility provides active consultation-liaison and emergency house officers with additional opportunities psychiatric services allow routine interaction to hone their clinical skills in general surgery with non-psychiatric colleagues throughout and a variety of additional subspecialties. the Medical Center. Our residents are exposed to an excellent mixture of public, Beyond these opportunities, house officers managed care and private patients with spend a considerable amount of their diverse economic and socio-cultural training at several affiliates during the backgrounds and every type of psychiatric middle years of their training. Another illness, level of acuity and age. Our central Phoenix facility, Phoenix Children's Psychiatry Residency Program also offers Hospital, provides residents with their required and elective experiences at other primary experience in management of age- well-supervised, nearby clinical sites, specific congenital and acquired surgical including the Veteran's Administration diseases. To the east, in Mesa, is the Medical Center (VAMC), Phoenix Children's Banner Desert Medical Center, a Hospital (PCH), a community mental health burgeoning medical center that exposes clinic, forensic settings, Arizona State house officers to a large private practice University and outreach to rural areas. opportunity in contemporary general, oncologic, and pediatric surgery. Finally, ACGME Approved Fellowship Programs both junior- and senior-level residents spend several months at the Alaska Native The following internal medicine Medical Center. subspecialty fellowships are fully integrated between Banner Good Samaritan Medical Psychiatry Center and the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Medical Center: Each program leads to Over the past four decades, the Psychiatry Residency at Banner Good Samaritan board eligibility in the subspecialty. Medical Center has provided excellent opportunities for our residents to acquire Cardiology contemporary clinical skills and a solid foundation of knowledge for lifelong The Cardiology Fellowship Program professional development. Beyond the encompasses full-time and part-time faculty fundamental goals of training competent, members at both institutions. There are 3 caring and ethical psychiatrists, our fellows in each of the 3 years of training. educational philosophy genuinely considers an integrated, biopsychosocial model the cornerstone of understanding and treating
  5. 5. Interventional Cardiology There is one fellow every other year in this three year program that is integrated with There are three fellows in this one year the University of Arizona College of fellowship, based primarily at Banner Good Medicine. Samaritan. Medical Toxicology Endocrinology The Department of Medical Toxicology This is a 2-year training program with an consists of five board-certified medical optional 3rd year for those interested in toxicologists who along with the fellows furthering their skills in biomedical research. work in conjunction with the Banner Poison There are two fellows in each year of Control Center. Two fellows are chosen to training. enter the 2 year fellowship each academic year. Gastroenterology This is a 3-year program with 3 fellows in each year. There is a core group of full and part-time faculty at BGSMC and at the Phoenix VAMC. Geriatrics The Geriatric Fellowship is a one year program with two positions. It is based at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, and the Hayden VA Medical Center. Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine This is a 3-year program with 2 fellows in each year. Full-time faculty at both hospitals as well as part-time staff at Banner Good Sam provides teaching. Hepatology This 1 year program is based at the Liver Disease Center at Banner Good Sam and the Liver Transplant unit. There is 1 fellow each year. Currently, there is no board certification in this subspecialty. Other Specialty Training Programs Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  6. 6. MARICOPA INTEGRATED HEALTH SYSTEM RESIDENCY PROGRAMS Maricopa Integrated Health System is dedicated to providing quality patient care in Maricopa Integrated Health System a setting of education and research. We are provides care for a diverse patient committed to fostering the academic population including a high percentage of programs that train physicians for this low-income patients. This environment community and the clinical research that provides residents with a wide range of improves health care outcomes. interesting and challenging learning opportunities for medical diagnosis and AN OVERVIEW OF MARICOPA INTEGRATED HEALTH treatment. Patient care activities are SYSTEM supported and enhanced by morbidity/mortality conferences and inter- Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) departmental and inter-disciplinary includes a tertiary care hospital licensed for conferences. Visiting professors and 639 beds (450 at Maricopa Medical Center, physicians from across the nation broaden 190 at Desert Vista Behavioral Health perspective and opportunity for clinical and Center and the Psychiatric Annex), a research applications of current information. 141,560 square foot Comprehensive Health Care Center, and 11 primary care and MIHS’ residents represent top medical family health care centers located graduates from some of the finest medical throughout Maricopa County. A separate schools across the country. A wide variety educational and administrative building has of ethnic backgrounds adds to the overall auditorium seating for 400 and cultural diversity of the institution, its teleconferencing capabilities. Psychiatric patients, and its employees. services are offered in several venues, and include Desert Vista Behavioral Health Residents participate in clinical, bench, and Center in Mesa and an on-campus inpatient outcome research. The MIHS Research facility. Department, in addition to the clinical departments, provide research support and MIHS is licensed by the Arizona Department opportunities for travel to academic of Health Services and accredited by the meetings. Bio-statisticians and departmental Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health research coordinators and staff are Care Organizations. MIHS is officially available to assist residents with project recognized for its Level 1 Trauma Center, design, implementation, technical support, ACS-verified Level I Arizona Burn Center, and statistical analysis. Perinatal Level 3 Unit, and the Behavioral Health Center. In addition to our own 214 residents (expanding to 218 in July 2008), MIHS MIHS is also accredited by the Accreditation trains many residents based at other Council for Graduate Medical Education and hospitals throughout the valley and nation- the Accreditation Council for Continuing wide, and medical students from local, Medical Education, and is a member of the national, and international schools. American Hospital Association, the AAMC Throughout their training programs, Council for Teaching Hospitals, the therefore, our residents have opportunities Association of Western Hospitals, and other to work with outside residents from a wide local, state and national groups that range of background and experience, and represent and collaborate on behalf of develop their teaching skills by mentoring under-graduate, graduate, and continuing rotating medical students through the many medical education, and medical research. learning modalities of a medical education
  7. 7. program. In particular, MIHS hosts sponsors a toxicology fellowship at Banner numerous medical students from the Good Samaritan Medical Center. University of Arizona pursuing 3rd and 4th Our Emergency Medicine residency year electives available through our clinical program recently received five years departments. continued accreditation from the ACGME. MIHS residents contribute to the wider Positions per level: 10 mission of the health system as full Chair: Stephan Stapczynski, MD members of numerous hospital committees Boston UCLA School of Medicine and engage in on-going departmental peer Program Director: Eric Katz, MD review activities. In addition, the Residents' Albert Einstein College of Medicine Association advocates for resident issues, represents residents throughout the health Medicine: More than half of the graduates system, promotes social events among of this residency program enter general residents of all departments, supports internal medicine. The program is ideally charitable activities, and provides financial designed to train well-rounded, competent support of approved resident service on internists to care for patients both in select outside rotations. The Association hospitals and in ambulatory clinics. also plays an active role in the review and Approximately forty percent of resident development of MIHS policies and training in this program takes place in the procedures that affect residents. ambulatory setting. Our program also offers diverse exposure to the practice of Maricopa Integrated Health System has medicine in family health care centers, both full-time and part-time clinical attending where residents are able to participate in staff that dedicate their time and expertise the continuity of patient care. The Medicine to further medical education and guide program also includes rotations at Mayo residents throughout their training. Many of Clinic Scottsdale to broaden their these highly-qualified and teaching-oriented experience of medical care in a large private physician staff maintain dual academic clinic. The program offers further appointments with other facilities, such as opportunities for residents to pursue the Mayo School of Medicine and the electives at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. University of Arizona College of Medicine. Position per level: 14 ACGME Approved Residency Programs Chair: David Wisinger, MD University of South Florida Emergency Medicine: Maricopa Program Director: Jaya Raj, MD Integrated Health System is the third busiest Columbia University trauma center in the Phoenix area. Our residents are exposed to a wide variety of Obstetrics & Gynecology: Known as the trauma situations, as well as routine Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics emergency medicine cases. To broaden the and Gynecolgy, this program is sponsored experience, residents also rotate to by Maricopa Integrated Health System and emergency departments in other hospitals is integrated with St. Joseph's Hospital, throughout the valley to expand their thereby offering residents the benefits of experience of emergency medicine as both a public and private hospital practiced in private hospital settings. At the experience. Encompassing more than current time, therefore, MIHS maintains 11,000 deliveries and over 4000 major GYN affiliation agreements with Banner operative procedures, the program is the Thunderbird and Scottsdale Healthcare. largest in the state and one of the largest in The Emergency Medicine program also the country. Residents also rotate through
  8. 8. other hospitals in the Phoenix area to Associate Director: J. Timothy Harlan, DPM expand their learning experience. California College of Podiatric Medicine Positions per level: 7 Psychiatry: The Psychiatry program Chair: Dean Coonrod, MD provides residents with individualized and University of Washington progressive responsibilities to treat patients Program Director: R. Michael Brady, MD in acute and long-term settings. Affiliations University Of Virginia with the Arizona State University Student Health Service, the Arizona State Hospital, Pediatrics: As an integrated program with and numerous community-based treatment Phoenix Children's Hospital, the Pediatrics settings allow the resident to gain a wide Residency offers a balanced educational perspective on patient care while receiving curriculum encompassing a full spectrum of extensive supervision in a broad range of general and subspecialty pediatrics. The classical and contemporary treatment core value of the program is a focused modalities. In 2007, the Psychiatry commitment to excellence in patient care Residency Program was granted another and support of each resident’s professional five years of continued ACGME and personal growth. accreditation. Positions per level: 21 Positions per level: 4 Chair: Kote Chundu, MD Chair: Carol Olsen, MD Guntur Medical College, India University of Arizona Program Director: Grace L. Caputo, MD, Program Director: William James, MD MPH Stanford University State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center Child Psychiatry: The Child Psychiatry Harvard School of Public Health Residency Program is sponsored by Maricopa Integrated Health System and is a Podiatric Medicine & Surgery: During two-year program. This program is unique the 36-month Podiatry Residency Program, in that the majority of the training occurs in residents establish a strong base in surgical community settings. The ACGME recently principles in the PGY-1 training year, after granted the program five more years of which they begin training in podiatric continued accreditation. medicine and surgery. We maintain close relationships with our affiliated and Positions per level: 2 integrated institutions to provide residents Chair: Carol Olsen, MD experience of a diverse patient population in Program Director: Shayne Tomisato, MD the private and public sectors, including: Baylor College of Medicine Canyon Surgery Center, Banner Desert Surgery Center, John C. Lincoln Hospital Radiology: In 2007, the Radiology Deer Valley, John C. Lincoln North Residency Program was granted another Mountain, Paradise Valley Hospital, four years of continued ACGME Phoenix Baptist Hospital, and Warner Park accreditation. The program maintains Surgery Center. The program is currently affiliation agreements with the University of approved for 6 residents, two per year for Arizona and St. Joseph’s Hospital and three years. Medical Center, and looks forward to the commencement of a new agreement with Positions per level: 2 Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Program Director: Stephen Geller, DPM, Center. The resident compliment has been FACFAS operating at its full capacity of 8, with an California College of Podiatric Medicine additional resident from the New Orleans
  9. 9. area. Recently, however, the program was and Legacy Health System in Portland, granted another 2 positions per year for a Oregon. These relationships provide total of 4 positions per year, and will begin residents with a diverse patient population to move toward the expanded level in July and a wide variety of pre-operative 2008. experiences. In addition, a Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Fellowship began in Positions per level: 4 July 2007, and a Surgical Critical Care Chair: Theron Ovitt, MD ACGME-approved residency program will Marquette University College of Medicine commence in July 2008. Program Director: Mary Connell, MD Georgetown University College of Medicine Positions per level: 4 Chair: Daniel Caruso, MD Surgery: The MIHS General Surgery Wayne State University program is now fully integrated with Program Director: Kevin Foster, MD Scottsdale Healthcare. At Maricopa Medical College of Ohio Integrated Health System, approximately 106 beds are currently dedicated to surgery OTHER AFFILIATED PROGRAMS & DEPARTMENTS and surgical specialties. Residents see WITH ROTATING RESIDENTS large caseloads of Level I traumas, and our 20-bed burn center also serves as a Family and Community Medicine regional burn center. Affiliations include the Chair: William Ellert, MD Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, Arizona Heart Northeastern Ohio University Institute, University Medical Center, Carl T. Program Director: John Andazola, MD Hayden Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center, University of New Mexico Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center,
  10. 10. MAYO CLINIC ARIZONA RESIDENCY/FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS Since opening its doors in 1987, Mayo Dermatology: Mayo Clinic in Arizona Clinic Arizona/Mayo School of Graduate offers a categorical program, which Medical Education has developed ten Mayo combines a one-year Transitional Year Clinic Arizona-based residency programs in Residency (PGY-1) with a three-year addition to thirty advanced fellowship Dermatology Residency Program (PGY-2 training programs. These programs through PGY-4), which will prepare exemplify the Mayo School of Graduate residents for a career in private practice or Medical Education’s long-standing tradition academic medicine. The Dermatology of academic excellence. The academic training includes; outpatient and inpatient milieu at Mayo Clinic Arizona also includes clinical dermatology, pediatric dermatology, short term rotations for residents from Mayo dermatologic surgery, dermatopathology, Clinic Rochester and Mayo Clinic immunodermatology, clinical research and Jacksonville, as well as residents from other elective rotations at Mayo Clinic in institutions with whom Mayo Clinic Arizona Jacksonville, Mayo Clinic in Rochester and has an academic affiliation, such as other approved institutions. Maricopa Medical Center. The Mayo Clinic Hospital opened its doors in the fall of 1998. Positions per Level: 2 This 208-licensed bed facility provides Mayo Chair: James A. Yiannias, M.D. Clinic residents with a state of the art Baylor College of Medicine, Houston inpatient facility utilizing state of the art Program Director: Karen E. Warschaw, robotic surgery equipment and an electronic M.D. medical record. University of Minnesota Information regarding specific medical Family Medicine: The three-year Family student clerkship, residency, or fellowship Medicine Residency Program at Mayo Clinic opportunities can be obtained from the in Arizona offers comprehensive training for appropriate clinical department or by family physicians who wish to assume contacting the Mayo Clinic Arizona responsibility for the total health care of Education Office at 480-301-8071or e-mail individuals and families. at This program provides a solid base of clinical skills and exposure to a variety of Anesthesiology: The Anesthesiology patient populations and health-care settings. Residency at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, offered It emphasizes the principles of family through the Department of Anesthesiology, medicine and the importance of accessible, provides an outstanding clinical anesthesia affordable and cost-effective health care. experience that can be tailored to meet The program has developed an advanced individual educational goals. You will system of competency-based education and receive thorough preparation for board offers a safe learning environment where certification in anesthesiology, extensive ongoing formative evaluation is the norm. didactic training, subspecialty training, and clinical and laboratory research Positions Per Level:4 opportunities.. Chair: Robert L. Bratton, M.D. University of Kentucky, Lexington Positions per Level: 3 Program Director: Andrea L. Darby-Stewart, Chair: Daniel J. Cole, MD M.D. Loma Linda University UCLA School of Medicine Program Director: Daniel J. Cole, MD
  11. 11. General Surgery: The five-year General Neurology: Combined with the Transitional Surgery Residency Program at Mayo Clinic Year Residency at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, in Arizona offers training in advanced this 4-year Adult Neurology Residency surgical techniques with an emphasis on Program is a subspecialty-focused training evidence-based surgery. Training includes; program. Subspecialty neurologists in a “mentoring and mastery” model of behavioral neurology, cerebrovascular education delivered through personal, diseases, clinical neurophysiology, epilepsy, ongoing patient-based teaching ,provided headache, movement disorders, multiple directly from faculty surgeons supported by sclerosis, peripheral nerve disorders and a robust, dynamic electronic core neuromuscular diseases serve the ongoing curriculum, daily didactic programs and needs of a large local population, as well as acquisition of the judgment and skill sets to an extensive national and international become a leader in general or subspecialty referral network. surgery. Categorical Positions Per Level: 3 Mayo Clinic in Arizona enjoys the Chair: Richard J. Fowl, M.D. advantages of a large metropolitan area Rush University with expertise in pediatric neurology and Program Director: Richard J. Gray, MD neuropathology offered to our residents Michigan State University through Barrow Neurological Institute. Positions per Level: 3 Internal Medicine: The three-year Internal Chair: Richard J. Caselli, M.D. Medicine Residency Program at Mayo Clinic Columbia University in Arizona will prepare residents for board Program Director: David W. Dodick, M.D. certification and a career in clinical practice, Dalhousie University research or academic medicine. The program is designed so that responsibilities Otolaryngology: This five-year residency will increase with knowledge, experience will prepare the resident for either private and performance. There is extensive practice or academic medicine by training contact with the faculty, and residents have with a board-certified staff that teaches the opportunity to develop close working management concepts in Otology, relationships with faculty members from all Rhinology, Laryngology, Endoscopy, areas of general and subspecialty medicine. Pediatric otolaryngology, Head and neck The clinical component of the program trauma, facial plastic and reconstructive emphasizes training in general internal surgery and head and neck oncology. medicine and education over service. Residents gain extensive experience in Positions Per Level: 2 outpatient ambulatory care and take Chair: Richard E. Hayden, MD rotations in all internal medicine McGill University subspecialties. Residents have ample Program Director: Michael Hinni, MD opportunity to become skilled in diagnostic University of Missouri procedures such as arthrocentesis, endothracheal intubation, lumbar puncture Preliminary Surgery: There are four one- and thoracentesis. year Preliminary Surgery Residency positions available per year. Two Positions per Level: 10 designated positions are for matched Mayo Chair: Jorge Rakela, M.D. Clinic Arizona urology residents. The other Universidad de Chile two positions are non-designated and Program Director: Keith J. Cannon, MD available to any applicant seeking one year UCLA School of Medicine of surgical training prior to starting formal residency training in fields such as
  12. 12. anesthesiology, radiology, or surgical Advanced Fellowships: After completing specialties. a residency, many physicians pursue Positions Per Level: 4 placement in one of the following programs Chair: Richard J. Fowl, M.D. offered at Mayo Clinic Arizona. Among Rush University these are: Program Director: Richard J. Gray, MD Michigan State University  Adult Reconstructive Orthopedic  Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery Transitional Year: The Transitional Year  Cardiovascular Diseases Residency Program at Mayo Clinic in  Echocardiography Arizona is designed to introduce you to a  Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology wide range of medical and surgical  Cerebrovascular Neurology specialties through elective rotations and  Chief Medical Resident (Internal self-planned learning activities. Medicine)  MRI/Cross-Sectional Imaging The goal is that during this year's  EEG/Epilepsy/Neurophysiology experiences, you will build a broad  Emergency Medicine Services foundation of clinical skills as a base for  Electromyography [EMG] your future training.  Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery The positions offered in this program are  Foot/Ankle Surgery designated to the Mayo Clinic Arizona  Gastroenterology Dermatology and Neurology Residency  Head & Neck Surgery and programs. The program offers a solid Microvascular Reconstruction foundation in the fundamental skills of  Headache clinical medicine so residents will emerge  Hematology/Oncology prepared for these two areas of specialty.  Hepatology Transplant  Interventional Cardiology Positions per Level: 5  Laparoscopic Colon & Rectal Surgery Program Director: Mark K. Edwin, M.D.  Minimally Invasive Surgery Gynecologic McGill University Oncology  Movement Disorders Urology: The five-year Urology Residency  Multiple Sclerosis/Neuroimmunology Program, in conjunction with the Preliminary  Musculoskeletal Imaging Surgery Program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona,  Pain Medicine provides a well-rounded clinical and  Palliative Care research experience, with exposure to all  PET/CT Imaging aspects of urology.  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation The Urology Residency program is  Pulmonary Medicine accredited by the ACGME and offers  Women’s Imaging training towards clinical proficiency in a broad area of urologic fields including infertility, endo-urology, laparoscopic urology, neuro-urology and sexual dysfunction. Positions per level: 2 Chair: Robert G. Ferrigni, MD Emory University School of Medicine Program Director: Scott K.Swanson, MD Tulane University School of Medicine
  13. 13. PHOENIX BAPTIST HOSPITAL FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM The Phoenix Baptist Hospital Family principles in our approach to patient care Medicine Residency Program was and strive for safety and high quality. established in 1978. Located in central Because our outpatient clinic is on the Phoenix, we are an unopposed, community- hospital campus, we tend to have great based program serving a culturally diverse continuity of care between the inpatient and and underserved population. We value our outpatient service. affiliation with the University of Arizona College of Medicine and enjoy having third Our residents and faculty participate in and fourth year medical students rotate from research as well as quality improvement the University of Arizona, Kirksville and activities. The residency and staff are Midwestern medical schools. We are a involved in outcome measurements and member of the Arizona Medical Education work collaboratively with the hospital to Consortium (AzMEC) and collaborate with drive quality improvement. Our house other programs to maintain high standards staff are part of the general medical staff of quality for medical education in Arizona. and sit on hospital and departmental committees, including peer review sessions. Our family medicine residents benefit by Family medicine residents present cases for being the only residents within the hospital. monthly Grand Rounds, Morbidity/Mortality The experience gained in caring for the full and Tumor Board staff conferences. spectrum of healthcare needs in a diverse population is both rewarding and It is our mission to develop family challenging. The broad scope of training physicians who not only practice in any includes exposure to a vast array of setting, but successfully manage a practice inpatient and outpatient procedural skills. in any setting. A strong practice Residents can become competent in management curriculum is the cornerstone obstetrical procedures including of our program. With an emphasis on ultrasonography, fracture management, joint business management, office injection, dermatologic procedures, administration, quality improvement, billing vasectomy, circumcision, colposcopy and and coding, we provide the skills required LEEP, to name a few. for family physicians to be successful in any practice environment. You will find may of Our faculty are committed to providing an our graduates in successful private and energetic and enthusiastic learning group-owned practices. environment. We apply evidence-based
  14. 14. PHOENIX CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL RESIDENT/FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS The Pediatric Residency program has been combined to promote health educations and in existence since 1974, and integrates the the well-being of children. Comprehensive programs at Phoenix Children's Hospital services offered at Phoenix Children's and Maricopa Medical Center. We are fully Hospital include a fully equipped Pediatric accredited by the ACGME, and a primary Intensive Care Unit, two Neonatal Intensive affiliate of the University of Arizona College Care Units, a dedicated Pediatric of Medicine and Mayo Graduate School of Emergency Department, cardiac Medicine. One of the strengths of our catheterization and cardiac surgery, renal program is the access to a large and transplantation, the Children's Cancer diverse patient population, which provides a Center, a bone marrow transplant program, rich clinical experience. Our faculty and staff the Cystic Fibrosis Center and the Pediatric provide excellent clinical instruction in a Subspecialty Care Center. supportive environment. We accept 21 categorical pediatric positions per year. Maricopa Medical Center is a 450-bed major public teaching hospital, of which 92 Our primary mission is to provide excellent beds are designated to pediatrics, 40 beds training for pediatric residents and medical are for Neonatal ICU and 12 beds are for students, while offering high quality medical Pediatric ICU. It is a designated Level One care to all children and their families. Trauma Center and its accredited regional Research and community service are burn unit the Arizona Burn Center is the 2nd important aspects of our program. We are largest in the nation. The Maricopa Medical proud to provide quality training in general Center also provides a fully equipped pediatrics as well as in all subspecialty Pediatric Intensive Care and Neonatal areas of pediatric medicine. Special Intensive Care Units, and a 24 hour emphasis is given to the cultural and Pediatric Emergency Department. Maricopa developmental aspects of pediatric care, Integrated Health System supports 10 health care supervision, advocacy, and community-oriented family health centers, community medicine. and a pediatric multi-specialty Comprehensive Health Center adjacent to Phoenix is a culturally diverse area that the main hospital that offers care to a provides residents the opportunity to work culturally diverse population with complex with Native American and Hispanic medical and social problems. Annually, population. The goal is to provide excellent MIHS has nearly 20,000 inpatient training for residents, whether they are admissions and 300,000 outpatient visits. interested in pursuing a career in general pediatrics or applying for subspecialty The leadership of the program is an fellowship training experience. Many of our innovative group of physician directors, graduates have entered prestigious chief residents, and resident representatives fellowship programs, while others have who are actively involved in residency chosen to pursue careers in general training. Educational issues, curriculum pediatrics in a variety of settings. innovations, and professional development strategies are openly discussed in regular The Phoenix Children's Hospital is a 299- planning meetings. We offer resident bed multi-specialty freestanding children's retreats each year for each class, and hospital which brings together a full range of involve the residents in creative planning. specialists in the field of Pediatrics. There are scheduled luncheons with the Advanced technology, innovative research program directors, and an annual program and a spirit of community involvement are
  15. 15. evaluation that provides extensive resident involvement in program development. Phoenix Children’s Hospital sponsors four fellowship programs: pediatric dermatology, pediatric emergency medicine, pediatric endocrinology and pediatric hemaltology/oncology.
  16. 16. ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER RESIDENCY/FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS Catholic Healthcare West and our Sponsoring Congregations are committed to ACGME Approved Residency Programs furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. We dedicate our resources to: delivering Family Medicine: The Family Medicine compassionate, high-quality, affordable Residency Training Program at St. Joseph's health services; serving and advocating for Hospital & Medical Center was established our sisters and brothers who are poor and in 1975. The program is now in its 30th disenfranchised; and partnering with others year, with over 148 graduates who are in the community to improve the quality of practicing all over the United States and the life. world. Our graduates are extremely well trained at St. Joe's, due to a curriculum that An Overview of St. Joseph’s Hospital and is not only comprehensive, but taught by Medical Center some of the best health care professionals in the industry. Graduates from our program Driven by a commitment to excellence in are capable of moving into any practice teaching, research and clinical care, St. setting that may include inpatient medicine, Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center has obstetrics, comprehensive outpatient been a symbol of quality healthcare in the continuity care, and also careers in Valley for 110 years. The hospital offers a Academic medicine. We are the only Family wide range of services to treat the most Medicine Residency Program in Arizona in severely ill and injured in our community which all core rotations to be done are at and has more than 150 medical residents in the sponsoring institution, allowing residents its teaching programs. to get an excellent education. St. Joseph's Family Medicine program is affiliated with St. Joseph's is home to Barrow Neurological the Sun Health Geriatric Fellowship Institute, which is annually recognized as Program. In addition to Family Medicine one of the top 10 neuroscience centers in residents, we train geriatric fellows, 3rd and the nation, and the Children's Health 4th year U of A Medical Students and Center, which offers a full range of specialty OBGYN residents from the PIROG pediatric services. St. Joseph's Trauma Program. Center is the only Level 1 trauma center in the state that is verified by the American Positions per level: 8 College of Surgeons. In addition, the Academic Chair and Program Director: hospital offers high-risk obstetrical, Paul Steinberg, MD neonatal intensive and a wide range of cardiovascular care programs. General Surgery: The St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center General St. Joseph’s is developing into an academic Surgery Residency Program recently medical center with a teaching structure that received its accreditation from the is based on diverse clinical experience, a Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical comprehensive curriculum, as well as a Education in 2007. This program is a five- balance between acute and primary care year program that will provide residents with medical training opportunities. Residency a broad experience in surgery. The program programs are available in internal medicine will be well rounded with an excellent family medicine, pediatrics, neurology, balance of clinical training, structured neurosurgery, OB/Gyn, pathology and education, and research opportunities. The radiology. For more information, go to main goal is to prepare the resident for a career in community surgical practice,
  17. 17. research, academic surgery, or post- residents also rotate through other hospitals residency fellowship training. There are in the Phoenix area. currently 15 approved categorical positions in the General Surgery Residency Program. Positions per level: 7 Additional preliminary residents train in the Preliminary positions: 2 program during the first one to three years Academic Chair: Dean Coonrod, M.D. and will matriculate into subspecialties such as James Balducci, M.D. neurosurgery, orthopaedic surgery, plastic Program Director: Michael Brady, M.D. surgery, anesthesiology and urology. Rotations during the five years include the Pediatrics: The Pediatric Residency general surgery services, trauma services, Program consists of a division of general and surgical specialty services. pediatrics and ambulatory care, a division of child abuse assessment, fellowships in child Positions per level: 3 development and child abuse and a division Academic Chair and Program Director: of developmental and behavioral pediatrics. Scott R. Petersen, MD We have 22-employed faculty; 32- contracted faculty; and a full complement of Internal Medicine: The Internal Medicine pediatric subspecialty faculty Postgraduate Training Program is Each year approximately 3,500 patients are committed to a comprehensive inpatient and admitted to the pediatric ward. An average ambulatory training experience designed to of 1,300 patients are admitted to the produce compassionate and highly skilled Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). Of the general internists. An academically rigorous patients admitted to the PICU in the past 3 program teaches residents state-of-the-art years, an average of 250 were medicine, skills of critical thinking, self-study cardiology/cardiovascular surgeries. In habits, and techniques of information addition, approximately 170 pediatric access that promote lifelong learning in our cardiac catheterizations are performed at ever-changing field. Residents who train at the Children’s Health Center each year. St. Joseph’s Internal Medicine program are well prepared for today’s medical Positions per level: 10 marketplace for positions such as: Academic Chair: Bruce White, D.O. hospitalists, sub-specialists, or primary care Program Director: Lilia Parra-Roide, M.D. physicians. We believe that the continuing role of evidenced-based learning and Neurology/Pediatric Neurology: As an outcomes-based teaching are the core of integral part of Barrow Neurological Institute the program. at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, the Departments of Neurology and Positions per level: Preliminary 8, Pediatric Neurology have been chosen for Categorical 9 its highly skilled neuroscience care. The Academic Chair and Program Director: Divisions within Neurology offer Richard Blinkhorn, M.D. comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and education for patients Obstetrics and Gynecology: This suffering from diseases and injuries of the program is sponsored by Maricopa nervous system. Adult and children receive Integrated Health System, and is an both inpatient and outpatient care from integrated program, thereby offering the world-renowned specialists and have the benefits of both a public and private hospital opportunity to participate in pharmaceutical experience. With over 11,000 deliveries and clinical trials. Diagnostic and research over 4000 major GYN operative procedures, studies are perfected by scientists utilizing the program is the largest in the state and state-of-the-art equipment. Experts at BNI one of the largest in the country. The provide teaching for medical residencies,
  18. 18. fellowships and sponsor on-going Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. educational programs for physicians, health Program Director: Timothy Vollmer, M.D. care professionals, patients and their Neurovascular/Stroke Fellowship (PGY-5, families. Clinics include: Pediatric PGY-6) (ACGME Accredited for PGY-5) Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Positions per level: 1 Epilepsy, Neuro-Oncology, Parkinson's Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. Disease, Movement Disorders, Program Director: Joni Clark, M.D. Neurovascular/Stroke, Neuromuscular, Neurorehabilitation, Neuro-Immunology, Neuro-Oncology Fellowship (PGY-5, Alzheimer's Disease, Muscular Dystrophy, PGY-6) (ACNS Accredited) Cognitive Disorders, Dementia, Headache, Positions per level: 1 and Dizziness/Balance Disorders. Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. Program Director: William Shapiro, M.D. Adult Neurology Residency (ACGME Accredited) Neurosurgery: The Residency Program in Positions per level: 6 Neurological Surgery is rigorous and fully Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. accredited by the Accreditation Council for Program Director: Steve S. Chung, M.D. Graduate Medical Education. The first year is a mandatory internship in General Pediatric Neurology Residency (ACGME Surgery at the Good Samaritan Regional Accredited) Medical Center in Phoenix. During the Positions per level: 1 PGY-1 year, rotating 3 months on Academic Chair: John Bodensteiner, M.D. Neurology Services at the Barrow fulfills the Program Director: Kara S. Lewis, M.D. first Neurosurgery Board requirement. Five years are dedicated to the Neurosurgery Epilepsy/Clinical Neurophysiology Residency Training, including rotations in Fellowship (PGY-5, PGY-6) (ACGME Neuropathology, Laboratory Research (12 Accredited for PGY-5) months), or electives in addition to the core Positions per level: 3 (2 Adult, 1 Peds) neurosurgical training. An additional post- Academic Chairs: John Bodensteiner, graduate year is devoted to further William Shapiro, M.D. laboratory research or other electives. Program Directors: David M. Treiman, M.D. Residents develop their clinical skills by and John Kerrigan, M.D. caring for patients in need of the entire spectrum of neurological surgery: trauma, DBS Movement Disorders Fellowship cerebrovascular, spine, neoplastic, (PGY-5) functional, and pediatric. The breadth of Positions per level: 1 clinical experience available to residents is Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. reflected by the volume of patients at the Program Director: Abraham Lieberman, Barrow. M.D. Positions per level: 4 Clinical Movement Disorders Fellowship Academic Chair: Robert Spetzler, MD (PGY-5) Program Director: Volker Sonntag, MD Positions per level: 1 Academic Chair: William Shapiro, M.D. Pathology: The combined anatomic and Program Director: Abraham Lieberman, clinical pathology program at St. Joseph's M.D. Hospital provides excellent training opportunities for residents. A busy inpatient Neuro-Immunology Fellowship (PGY-5, and outpatient surgical service, as well as PGY-6) tertiary referrals, keeps cases diverse and Positions per level: 1 interesting. The four-year curriculum
  19. 19. includes training in surgical pathology, cytopathology, autopsy pathology, Diagnostic Radiology: The academic immunohistochemistry, cytogenetics, flow structure of our program is based on a rich cytometry, forensic pathology, and diverse clinical patient experience with immunohematology, hematology, chemistry a flexible curriculum designed for the and microbiology. Five months are individual resident's needs and a balance available for electives. Our most recent between tertiary and primary care graduates have completed fellowships experiences. Our world-renowned Barrow (forensic pathology, dermatopathology, Neurological Institute provides training in hematopathology) or have joined private the field of Neuroradiology. The majority of practice groups in the Phoenix area. the resident's training is spent at St. Currently, fifteen former residents are in Joseph's Hospital and Maricopa Medical practice in the Phoenix area. A recent Center. In addition, Residents will rotate addition to the curriculum has been a through the McAuley Office Building and research requirement. This has resulted in Biltmore outpatient imaging facilities and will several original articles and poster be exposed to pure outpatient imaging, presentations. In addition, an annual performing and interpreting studies in areas pathology conference has been held on the such as CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, St. Joseph's Campus, attracting local and MRI, Fluoro and Breast Biopsy (U/S and national speakers. The conference has Stereotactic Guided). been a highlight for our residents. Positions per level: 4 Positions per level: 2 Department Chairman: Donald Lawson, Academic Chair and Program Director: MD Jeffrey Oliver, MD Program Director: Randy Richardson, MD Department Chair: Roy Davis, M.D.
  20. 20. SCOTTSDALE HEALTHCARE FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM Scottsdale Healthcare's Heuser Family Medicine Residency Program was Since the program's inception, established in 1974. Our community- approximately one half of our graduates based program has an affiliation with the have remained in the state of Arizona, University of Arizona College of while others have gone on to practice Medicine. The high standards of training throughout the United States and in our program have been documented internationally. through a long history of successful graduates and a 100% pass rate on the Positions per level: 8 American Board of Family Medicine Program Director: Robert Creager, MD Certification Examination year after year. We are a member of the Arizona Medical Education Consortium (AzMEC) to collectively ensure high quality medical education in the Phoenix area. Other consortium participants include Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Catholic Healthcare Arizona (St. Joseph’s Hospital), Banner Health Arizona (Samaritan Health System), Phoenix Baptist Hospital & Medical Center, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and the University of Arizona. Our mission is to produce excellent family physicians that are knowledgeable, capable, and compassionate. This is accomplished through an academic and stimulating learning environment, where residents and faculty are encouraged to pursue a regular and systematic program of lifelong learning. Over and above disease orientation, we value maintaining health and preventing disease throughout the life of the patient. Our graduates have gone on to practice in a wide variety of settings, including private practice, academic institutions, rural settings, urgent care or ER based practices, and as hospitalists.