U.S. Rotations

 

Mammoth Clinic - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Come work and train in Yellowstone National Park at Mammoth Clinic in Fort Yellowstone. Mammoth Clinic practices 'Park Medicine' -- a combination of urgent care, preventative care and occupational health for visitors, residents, and employees of the 2.2 million acre national gem. Month long summer rotation slots, May through August, are available for Family Medicine Residents For more information contact Dr. Joseph Keel at: joseph.keel@medcor.com. #32317

Madigan Army Medical Center - Tacoma, Washington

A four-week elective rotation is available at Madigan Army Medical Center. Rotations are offered throughout the year as requested to any junior/senior (R2/R3 or above) resident who has an interest in teaching Faculty Development topics from the following core content areas: teaching, leadership and management, research and scholarly activity, and curriculum design. Call/clinic/shifts/OR days will be determined by the resident's Program Director. Residents should have at least 60% of their time available to complete elective requirements and attend teaching sessions. However, we can adjust the rotation requirements per resident availability and their particular academic interests. For more details contact Dr. Douglas M. Maurer at: douglas.maurer@us.army.mil. #32289

Southwest Rotation - Butte, Montana

A 4 week rotation open to 2nd and 3rd year residents of any ACGME accredited Family Medicine or Pediatrics program is currently available. This semi-rural area of Southwest Montana has limited access to tertiary care centers and subspecialists and relies heavily on primary care providers to manage complex disease processes and patient issues that are rarely seen in subspecialty practices. Residents are expected to complete a 40 hour work week as they would in the normal residency setting. The rotation offers inpatient and outpatient opportunities in pediatrics, adult medicine, family medicine and OB. St. James Healthcare and the St. James Healthcare Foundation will help by providing: the cost of obtaining a Limited Temporary Resident Certificate (Resident License), housing at no cost to resident, and travel allowance up to $600.00. For more information, contact Serena Brewer, D.O. at: sbrewer@buttechc.com. #32252

Central Washington Family Medicine Residency Program - Yakima, Washington

The Central Washington Family Medicine Residency Program (CWFMR), a service of Community Health of Central Washington, a funded Teaching Health Center, provides a rich experience for students seeking opportunities for service to rural and/or underserved populations. The program provides full spectrum Family Medicine training including OB, integrated behavioral health, osteopathic manipulation medicine, procedural training and inpatient medicine. CWFMR offers a four week sub-internship for fourth year students from U.S. LCME and Osteopathic accredited medical schools.

The sub-internship provides exposure to the clinic, the hospitals, and the community, emphasizing continuity of care and exposure to the common problems which present in the family medicine clinic. The busy inpatient experience serves a typical family medicine population of neonates, ante-partum and post-partum patients, toddlers, children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric patients. A typical experience includes inpatient shift work, morning and evening sign out, and teaching rounds with the Family Medicine Service plus outpatient clinics in our family medicine clinic. On the inpatient service, students are given primary responsibility for one to three patients depending on service volume and the acuity of patient illness. Students interested in the sub-internship, must complete a web base application at http://cwfmr.org/student-rotations/ #32263

Part-time - Harborview Occupational & Environmental Medicine

Spend time learning about common and unusual Occupational and Environmental injuries and illnesses in the Harborview Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic. We have half days available Mon-Wed, with didactics and a case conference on Thursday afternoons. Opportunities to visit workplaces in the region for assessment of occupational hazards are also possible. For more information, contact the University of Washington Occupational and Environmental Medicine program at: oemp@u.washington.edu #32247