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|5121 South Cottonwood Street
Shock Trauma ICU
Murray, UT 84107
For additional information please contact:
IMC Patient Tower 5th Floor Shock Trauma
5121 S. Cottonwood Street
Murray UT 84107
Phone: 801-507-6556 office
The Intermountain Medical Center Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Post Graduate Fellowship for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners accepted the first resident to started October 2010. This is a 12-month program offering didactic and clinical training in the specialties of trauma and surgical critical care.
Intermountain Medical Center is one of three Level One Trauma Centers in the Salt Lake City Valley. It is a state- of-the-art facility that opened in October 2007. The resident will have the unique and exciting opportunity to work with a team of PAs, NPs, and trauma critical care surgeons to learn the care of the trauma and surgical patient.
The APC resident will rotate through 12 months. The resident will rotate through a combination of the Level One Trauma Center’s ICUs, ED, OR, and other specialized care departments. There will be opportunity for 2 elective month rotations. The resident will be required to participate in research.
The purpose of the fellowship is to provide specialty training for post-graduate physician assistants and nurse practitioners. The collaboration of the PA and NP roles is a unique attribute of the IMC Trauma Service model. The core critical care trauma surgeon physician group is dedicated to the advancement of the PA and NP role and post-graduate training.
The goals of the program can be outlined as follows:
The APC resident will participate in ICU lecture series, Trauma Conferences, Trauma Service Journal Clubs, and all facilities Trauma rounds, Trauma Surgical Floor rounds, Trauma Clinics, and ATLS. There will be opportunity for the resident to teach and travel with the Rural Trauma Team Development Course staff. The APC resident will have a defined curriculum consisting of didactic and clinical objectives to achieve every month. The curriculum will adhere to the APPAP Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) standards.
Applicants will apply on the Intermountain Healthcare Job Search site. The position will be posted around 4-5 months prior to the start date. Candidates will be required to attend an interview as part of the selection process. As part of the online process the applicants will submit the following in order to be considered for acceptance:
Upon fulfilling the requirement of the program, the resident will receive a certificate of completion.