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Montefiore Medical Center – Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Postgraduate Residency in Critical Care Medicine for PAs

Montefiore Medical Center – Albert Einstein College of Medicine – Postgraduate Residency in Critical Care Medicine for PAs Official Website: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/departments/medicine/divisions/critical-care/division.aspx?id=21583 Montefiore Medical Center Ground Floor, Gold Zone 111 East 210th Street Bronx, NY 10467   Local Phone: 718-920-5440 Fax: 718-652-2464   Contact Information:   PA Residency Medical Director Marjan Rahmanian, MD Associate Professor, Department of Medicine (Critical Care) Associate Professor, Department of Neurology Division of Critical Care Medicine Email: mrahmani@montefiore.org   PA Residency Program Director Revathi Nair, MPAS, PA-C Division of Critical Care Medicine Email: renai@montefiore.org   Program Description & History  Since its inception in 2009, the Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at Montefiore has trained over 15 critical care physician assistants. The program is currently accredited by the Association of Post Graduate Physician Assistant Programs and specializes in producing physician assistants capable of managing every type of critically ill patient. Our physician assistants go on to become employed in medical, surgical, neurosurgical, and cardiothoracic ICU’s throughout the country. Our balanced rotational curriculum exposes our residents to a wide variety of clinical settings, allowing them to obtain the broad skill set required of the modern critical care physician assistant.   Length of Program: 12 months Number of Start Dates: 2 (December 1st/June 1st) Class Size Per Cycle: 2 residents       Didactic Curriculum  Didactic opportunities include daily conferences with core lectures in critical care topics, grand rounds sessions, journal clubs, didactic lectures by medical staff and faculty, an ultra sound course, FCCS/BLS/ACLS courses, and assigned text and reading materials.   Clinical Curriculum Training is centered in the adult Critical Care Units of Einstein-Montefiore’s Moses and Weiler divisions. The Einstein Division of Critical Care Medicine and Montefiore Jay B. Langner Critical Care System Department of Critical Care Medicine, a multi-specialty clinical department, include the ICUs used to educate PA residents for more than 3 decades. Our clinical rotations include cardiothoracic intensive care...

University of Kentucky Emergency Medicine APP Residency Program

  University of Kentucky – University of Kentucky Emergency Medicine APP Residency Program (859) 323-5908 – Phone (859) 323-8056 – Fax 800 Rose Street M53 Lexington, KY 40536 Contact Information Julie Adkins, PA-C Assistant Director, EM APP Residency jaadki00@uky.edu Description The goal of the UK EM APP Residency program is to provide an outstanding one year postgraduate education for those wanting to pursue a career in Emergency Medicine. The program will follow the guidelines recommended through SEMPA (Society for Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant) and prepare our APP graduates for the NCCPA EM CAQ (National Commission for Certification for Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Certificate of Added Qualifications).  These guidelines also closely follow the EM certification recommended requirements for NP post-graduate level training. The residency is an intensive 12 month training program and takes 4 advanced practice providers per year. The program has been active since 2017. Curriculum Didactic          Resident Conference with Emergency Medicine Physician Residents Weekly lectures from 7a-12p (currently on Thursdays) 90% attendance expected Monthly journal club Monthly chart and patient reviews Monthly workshops Provided by EM faculty, ancillary services, other medical services Includes lectures, simulation workshops CME conferences CastleFest Ultrasound Conference Additional conferences vary Certifications ATLS ACLS PALS Critical Care Clinical Shift work 15 shifts per month, both at Chandler and Good Samaritan EDs 10 hour shifts Either 9a-7p or 4p-2a Designated pediatric, ultrasound, and critical care shifts Procedures training and experience with various workshops and simulation labs   Facility UK Chandler Hospital is located in Lexington, Kentucky, and is only one of two academic tertiary care facilities in the entire state of Kentucky. It is also the only level-one adult and pediatric trauma center in the region.  The combined adult and pediatric emergency department cares for over 83,000 patients annually, which includes referrals from all of Central and Eastern Kentucky. The department has an established emergency medicine physician (EM) residency-training program since 1996 with 30 EM...

University of Iowa Department of Family Medicine Physician Assistant Residency Program

University of Iowa Department of Family Medicine Physician Assistant Residency Program For more information and to apply please visit our website: https://medicine.uiowa.edu/familymedicine/education/pa-residency-program Contact Information: Phone: (319)384-7765 Email: holly-newville@uiowa.edu Program Overview: The Family Medicine Physician Assistant Residency is a non-accredited 12-month postgraduate training program associated with the University of Iowa Family Medicine Residency and the University of Iowa Family Medicine-Psychiatry Residency. The program is designed to provide highly qualified graduates of accredited PA training programs with intense training in specialized areas of Family Medicine. As a Family Medicine Physician Assistant Resident, you will work alongside seasoned clinicians who are MDs, PAs and physician residents at one of the top medical centers in the country. Share...

Gunderson Health System Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship Program

Gundersen Health System’s Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship Program Gundersen has a rich history of medical education, and its leadership is dedicated to supporting the training of future clinicians. The 18-month PA fellowship is based in La Crosse, Wis., at Gundersen’s Level II Trauma Center and Emergency Services department. Didactic sessions are taught by board-certified emergency physicians and PAs in the department, with additional guest specialty lecturers. Procedural training is conducted at Gundersen’s Integrated Center for Education. Additional experiences will include rotations through Gundersen’s affiliated Critical Access Hospital Emergency Services departments, EMS experience with our GundersenAIR and Gundersen Tri-State Ambulance, and airway management with anesthesiology providers.  Our goal is to train motivated PAs to become skilled, knowledgeable, compassionate emergency medicine providers able to operate with a high level of autonomy in regional and urban emergency departments. Facilities: • Level II ACS-verified Trauma Center • Stroke Center with 24/7 neuro-interventional capabilities • Chest Pain Center with 24/7 interventional cath lab capabilities Curriculum: 4 hours weekly of didactic and simulation lab training modeled in accordance with SEMPA guidelines Clinical Rotations: • Fellows will work 40-50 hours per week while in the La Crosse, Wis., Emergency Services department • 10-15 % of time will be spent in one or two Gundersen-affiliated Critical Access Hospitals • Longitudinal trauma exposure with two shifts per month for the first 12 months (24 shifts total) • Two weeks training in the Anesthesiology Department • Annual in-house emergency ultrasound course • Optional EMS elective Program Length: 18 months Credential: Certificate from program, NCCPA CAQ in Emergency Medicine, ATLS, BLS, ACLS, PALS, NRP certifications  Benefits: Health/dental insurance; liability insurance; CME package; housing assistance CME: Included Website: http://www.gundersenhealth.org/medical-education/fellowshipprograms/emergency-medicine-physician-assistant/ Contact: empa@gundersenhealth.org Share...

Indiana University Health Neonatal PA Residency Program

Neonatal PA Residency at Indiana University Health Length of Program:  12 months PA Residents per year:  2 Starting Dates:  April & October Application Deadlines:  May 1st & November 1st Program Description The Neonatal PA Residency Program at IU Health is a rigorous 12 month curriculum that aims to harness the skills, knowledge, and talents of PAs who wish to enter the field of neonatal medicine.  Our didactic and clinical curriculum, delivered within a culture of team-based interprofessional collaborative practice, strives to provide the PA resident with the medical acumen, critical thinking, and procedural skills necessary to function successfully as a neonatal advanced practice provider. Mission To educate and train Physician Assistants to deliver the highest quality neonatal care.  We do this through: ▪ An Innovative neonatal PA Residency Program Model ▪ Comprehensive didactic and clinical curriculum ▪ World class program faculty ▪ Exposure to a continuum of care Vision To positively impact Indiana’s neonatal health outcomes and infant mortality rate by increasing the number of well-trained physician assistants available to work as front-line neonatal advanced practice providers in birth hospitals and neonatal units. Curriculum Neonatal PA Residents complete a two-pronged curriculum: Didactic Components: ■ 2 Week Classroom Boot Camp ■ Resident Lecture Series ■ Neonatal Grand Rounds ■ PA Resident P.M. Conference ■ Transition Day Content Clinical Components: ■ Newborn Nursery (7 weeks) ■ Progressive Care Nursery (9 weeks) ■ Level III NICU (12 weeks) ■ Level IV NICU (21 weeks) Facilities Clinical Sites Include: Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Methodist Hospital is a Level III NICU that provides sub-specialty care to infants. Services for neonates include conventional ventilation, high frequency oscillation, high frequency jet ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide and whole body cooling. Neonatal-Perinatal services are provided by IU School of Medicine neonatologists. In addition, medical education is provided to medical students, residents and neonatal fellows. IU...

Regions Hospital Psychiatry Advanced Practice Clinician Fellowship

Regions Hospital Psychiatry Advanced Practice Clinician Fellowship Program Description The 12-month program emphasizes differential diagnosis using DSM 5 psychopharmacology, neuroscience, psychological and neuropsychiatry assessment, emergency psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, community-based psychiatry, toxicology, adult and child psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry. The primary areas of focus are adult inpatient, crisis, and outpatient services. Additionally, the fellows will receive continued training in the management of acute and chronic medical conditions. Length of Program: 12 months Class Size: 1-2 Starting Date: March and June Program Mission The mission of the Regions Hospital APC Fellowship program in Psychiatry is to graduate APCs who demonstrate clinical expertise, ethical behavior, leadership skills, cultural awareness, professionalism and an ongoing commitment to learning. Didactic Psychiatry APC Fellows will be required to study curriculum required for the psychiatry board certification. Clinical Psychiatry APC Fellows will devote a significant portion of their training to psychiatry. 12 month clinical rotation schedule (subject to change) Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Behavioral Health Medicine Psychiatry Consult Liaison Emergency Medicine Toxicology Addiction Psychiatry Neurology Consults Partial Hospitalization Electives: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Women’s Health Psychiatry Internal Medicine Palliative Care Eating Disorder Endocrinology   Academic and License Requirements Physician Assistant: Degree from an ARC-PA accredited PA Program prior to matriculation into the program A Baccalaureate degree or higher Eligible for National Certification by the NCCPA. New graduates may apply who are PANCE eligible Minnesota and/or Wisconsin licensure or eligibility Official PA Program transcripts Academic and License Requirements Nurse Practitioner: Nurse Practitioner degree (DNP, or MSN) Graduate of a Nurse Practitioner program at an accredited institution Current certification by the AANP, or ANCC. Current active Nurse Practitioner MN license and/or WI license. Fellowship Requirements: Three professional letters of recommendation Personal Essay Curriculum Vitae Personal Interview Application form Application Fee–$50– made payable to HealthPartners Institute Interview Considerations: Residency program is open to both new graduates and more...

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