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  • Residency Program | Department of Dermatology | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    train at multiple sites with three main patient care settings Our residents participate in continuity clinics at our practice site at the Wright State Physicians medical office building on the Wright State University campus and at the Dayton VA Medical Center and also see patients in clinics at the Dayton Children s Hospital We have inpatient consults at Good Samaritan Hospital Miami Valley Hospital and Dayton Children s Residents work with four fellowship trained dermatopathologists and two fellowship trained dermotologic surgeons in each year of training In addition residents have a didactic schedule that includes weekly dermatopathology lectures a comprehensive visiting lecturer program journal clubs surgical lectures kodachrome sessions monthly Grand Rounds and board review sessions Primary practice sites Wright State Physicians Dermatology Dayton Office 725 University Blvd Dayton OH 45435 Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center 4100 West Third Street Dayton OH 45428 Wright State Physicians Dermatology Springboro Office SureCare Medical Center 360 West Central Ave State Route 73 Springboro OH 45066 Private Practice Settings Applicant tips We are looking for bright energetic motivated individuals who love to work hard work as a team and want to learn Our intention is to train future leaders in dermatology We want people who expect nothing but excellence from themselves and those around them We will never discriminate against applicants who have performed prior residencies We also will not discriminate against outstanding candidates who have trained overseas or at osteopathic medical schools Applications for 2017 We will accept two residents for a start date of July 1 2017 To be considered for the 2017 program applicants must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service ERAS The deadline for completing your application is October 31 2015 Applications not completed by that date will not be considered Applicants selected for interview will be offered a

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/dermatology/residency-program (2015-11-11)
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  • Residency Program | Department of Emergency Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Journal Club How to Apply Salaries Benefits Current Residents Tactical Resident Interest Group Alumni Fellowship Programs Resources for WSU Medical Students Center for Immersive Medical Education Research Division of Tactical Emergency Medicine EMS C A P Lab Wright State Physicians Related Links About the Dayton Area Clinical Learning Environment Review CLER Find us on Facebook Residency Program Welcome Thank you for your interest in our residency program We invite you to explore the many facets of our program our research and our annual community service projects As a full academic department in a community hospital based medical school we strive to graduate highly competent and compassionate practitioners in emergency medicine Our program encompasses clinical and didactic experience in emergency and critical care medicine emergency department and emergency medical services administration toxicology teaching techniques sports medicine and principles of research and publication A curious and problem oriented attitude is fostered by innovative teaching case analysis cooperative research and faculty role models Confidence is promoted through active evaluation and feedback The Emergency Medicine Residency is an integrated program supported by area hospitals including Dayton Children s Hospital Good Samaritan Hospital Kettering Medical Center Miami Valley Hospital and Wright Patterson Medical Center The department was a cosponsor of the first Basic and Advanced Disaster Life Support training programs held in the state of Ohio in February 2004 We are actively engaged in teaching research and service at all levels How to apply Multimedia Gallery of photos and videos Read the latest issue of ED Update Information for Residents Monthly Schedule Good Samaritan ED schedule 2015 16 Emergency Medicine Policy and Procedure Manual PDF Alumni Listed by year of graduation or place of residence Hospitals With maps directions Current Residents Last edited on 10 28 2015 Emergency Medicine James E Brown M D Chair

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/emergency-medicine/residency-program (2015-11-11)
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  • Family Medicine Residency Program | Department of Family Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Medicine Hospice Palliative Care Sports Medicine Wright State Physicians Related Links e quilibrium behavior health blog About the Dayton Area Clinical Learning Environment Review CLER Find us on Facebook Annual Report Family Medicine Annual Report PDF Family Medicine Residency Program Welcome The Wright State University Family Medicine Residency Program continues its long standing commitment to community based education The residency combines a rich tradition of family medicine with exposure to a range of clinical services seldom found outside academic medical centers a comprehensive variety of medical disciplines a diverse patient population an active inpatient service continuity patients in the Five Rivers Family Health Center faculty with expertise in sports medicine obstetrics and gynecology psychology geriatrics hospitalist practice and pharmacology The result is a unique blend the services and attitudes seen at community hospitals and the educational experiences often available only at university medical centers The WSU Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents to excel in their roles as concerned competent physicians who function well in the full realm of family medicine whether in inpatient or outpatient rural or urban settings Graduates of our program will achieve the following objectives technical competence in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad array of illnesses that constitute the majority of health visits to family physicians growth as individuals in a professional and personal manner experience with implementing the biopsychosocial model as a means to understanding and therefore treating the whole patient ability to care for the individual and the family in a community responsive manner How to Apply Applications for the residency program are being accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service ERAS The residency is listed in ERAS as the Wright State University program in Dayton Ohio Students can link to the ERAS web site or check with the administrative offices of

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/family-medicine/family-medicine-residency-program (2015-11-11)
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  • Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program | Department of Geriatrics | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Report PDF Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program Mission Statement To educate culturally diverse students residents and fellows who become excellent physicians and who incorporate the principles of geriatric medicine into their practices by focusing on generalist training that is integrated supported and strengthened by specialists and researchers all of whom value patient focused care community service and research and have passion for improving health in their communities The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Geriatric Medicine Fellowship established in 2008 is structured to train physicians to be leaders in caring for the elderly The fellowship curriculum includes 4 week rotations in rehabilitation hospice and palliative care women s health long term care skilled nursing medical direction and inpatient geriatric medicine There is integrated longitudinal experience in ambulatory geriatric assessment continuity home care continuity nursing home care neurology geriatric psychiatry and scholarly activity There is one 4 week period to be used as an elective Two fellows are accepted annually and are expected to start in July however accommodations for off cycle trainees will be considered Applications for the fellowship are accepted through ERAS with the timetable available on the NRMP website Last edited on 02 12 2015 Geriatrics Larry W

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  • Residency Program | Department of Internal Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    is part of the Boonshoft School of Medicine a community based medical school nationally recognized for its commitment to the social mission of medical education Like our patients our core faculty is comprised of a diverse group of clinical educators who provide high quality medical education in both the hospital and ambulatory settings Our extensive compliment of fellowship programs adds to the educational milieu Resident research is well supported and we offer a research track for highly motivated residents The faculty and I invite you to explore the outstanding features of the Wright State Internal Medicine Residency Program in Dayton Ohio We look forward to your visit Residency Program Specifics The Wright State University Internal Medicine Residency Program emphasizes education that will develop versatile clinicians capable of handling both general medical outpatient issues and inpatient critical care On completion of the program residents are prepared to enter general internal medicine practice hospitalist practice or to continue into subspecialty fellowship training Residents care for a diverse patient population at the four major participating hospitals the Premier Health hospitals Good Samaritan Hospital and Miami Valley Hospital the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Wright Patterson Medical Center Special Features Electronic medical record at all teaching sites Emphasis on ambulatory training with general medicine continuity clinics experience in private physician offices and elective options in ambulatory sites for training in orthopedics gynecology sports medicine dermatology allergy ophthalmology psychiatry and otorhinolaryngology Program flexibility that allows residents input in planning their education to meet future practice needs Coordination of conferences to cover core curriculum as well as special topics for residents at all sites 24 hour in house intensivist coverage at Miami Valley Hospital Typical Resident Schedule The following are a typical rotation schedule for residents R1 5½ blocks inpatient general medicine 1½ blocks night

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  • Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program | Department of Internal Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    the first two years of training The third year of training is geared towards subspecialty and elective training Each fellow will rotate through three main sites Good Samaritan Hospital Miami Valley Hospital and the Dayton VA Medical Center during his her fellowship training These rotations comprise critical care coronary care unit rotations two blocks clinical telemetry two blocks clinical consult four blocks resident cardiology consult service two blocks and congestive heart failure device implantation service two blocks During nonlaboratory clinical rotations the fellows are expected to perform different types of procedures cardiac catheterization trans esophageal echocardiograms temporary pacemaker insertions cardioversions and pericardiocentesis Noninvasive imaging rotations Noninvasive imaging rotations include echocardiography rotations five blocks nuclear imaging rotations six blocks and one block of advanced imaging rotation Cardiac CT and MR Procedural rotations Electrophysiology rotations include two blocks of clinical electrophysiology in addition to the two blocks of device implantation consult service and eight blocks of core cardiac catheterization laboratory rotations There are some differences in our fellowship procedural experience as compared to the national average There will be no competition during the procedural blocks as there will be only one fellow scheduled for that particular rotation Elective rotations There are four blocks of electives Three blocks are dedicated for research and one is an away elective Each fellow should have his her own research study carried out at one or more of our training sites The fellows will have some educational funds reserved for research activities for those who are presenting at national or international meetings travel and accommodation expenses statistical analysis and poster printing services Continuity clinics For the outpatient clinical experience each fellow will spend half a day in the general cardiology clinic at the Dayton VA Medical Center on a weekly basis for the first two years In the last year of training the fellows will do six months of electrophysiology cardiology clinic and six months of interventional cardiology clinic services at Good Samaritan North outpatient center Sample Rotation Schedule Block Start Dates F 1 F 2 F 3 Block 1 7 1 14 VA NI MVH NUC GSH EP Block 2 7 29 14 VA Consult MVH CICU CT MR Block 3 8 26 14 GSH DHC GSH Cath VA Cath Block 4 9 23 14 GSH PA VA NI GSH Cath Block 5 10 21 14 MVH CICU GSH DHC MVH Echo Block 6 11 18 14 VA Consult VA NI GSH Cath Block 7 12 16 14 VA Cath MVH Tele Research Block 8 1 13 15 GSH DHC VA CHF Device MVH Cath Block 9 2 10 15 VA NI Research GSH Cath Block 10 3 10 15 MVH Tele VA NI MVH NUC Block 11 4 7 15 MVH NUC GSH Cath GSH EP Block 12 5 5 15 VA NI Research Elective Block 13 6 2 15 WPAF Base VA CHF Device VA NI Participating hospitals Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center VAMC Good Samaritan Hospital GSH Miami Valley Hospital MVH Wright Patterson

    Original URL path: http://medicine.wright.edu/internal-medicine/cardiovascular-disease-fellowship-program (2015-11-11)
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  • Gastroenterology Fellowship Program | Department of Internal Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Links About the Dayton Area Clinical Learning Environment Review CLER Dayton Area Graduate Medical Education Community Annual Report Internal Medicine Annual Report PDF Gastroenterology Fellowship Program The gastroenterology fellowship at Wright State University is fully accredited and is three years in duration The primary emphasis is on training gastroenterologists in a clinical and endoscopic gastroenterology including hepatology and b clinical research with familiarity in basic research The primary teaching institutions are the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center VAMC a 338 bed referral facility and Miami Valley Hospital MVH a large community hospital actively affiliated with Wright State University In addition fellows rotate during their fellowship at Children s Medical Center of Dayton Formal conferences with enthusiastic staff participating from departments of radiology pathology surgery and nuclear medicine provide an integrated learning experience in the study of gastroenterology Opportunities exist for attending two major conferences during the training period We expect fellows to become proficient in consultations endoscopy and patient oriented research Qualified fellowship candidates must have U S citizenship or permanent residency All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service ERAS Interviews are scheduled by invitation in September or October Fellowship positions are filled through the match NRMP Sample Rotation Schedule Month F1 F2 F3 Clinic coverage July VAMC VAMC MVH F3 August VAMC MVH VAMC F1 September VAMC VAMC Research F3 October VAMC Research MVH F2 November Research VAMC VAMC F1 December VAMC VAMC MVH F2 January MVH VAMC VAMC F3 February VAMC CMC VAMC Liver F1 March VAMC Liver MVH F1 April Liver VAMC VAMC F2 May MVH VAMC Research F2 June VAMC MVH VAMC F3 Sample Monthly Conference Schedule conferences are held once a week August July Week Week 1 Pathology Critical Journal Review Case Report Week 2 Chapter 8 Journal Club Case Report

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  • Hematology and Oncology Fellowship Program | Department of Internal Medicine | Boonshoft School of Medicine | Wright State University
    Division of Hematology and Oncology is fully accredited and offers broad training in clinical hematology and medical oncology The primary goal of the fellowship program is to provide trainees with in depth clinical experience and a basic foundation in medical science and research methodology The program is sponsored by the Department of Internal Medicine at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Participating hospitals are Good Samaritan Hospital GSH Miami Valley Hospital MVH and the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center VAMC Other facilities utilized for training include the Community Blood Center of Dayton and the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center James Cancer Hospital OSU for clinical experience in stem cell transplantation The program accepts two fellowship candidates per year Trainees who complete the three year program should satisfy all requirements for eligibility for the American Board of Internal Medicine certifying examinations in both hematology and medical oncology Candidates must have U S citizenship or permanent residency All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service ERAS Interviews are scheduled by invitation in September or October Fellowship positions are filled through the match NRMP Sample Rotation Schedule Month F3 F2 F1 July MVH GSH VA August VA Hospice

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