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Med-Peds Residency Training. UK MedPeds is GREAT!!!. Goal of Training. Prepare residents to be knowledgeable and compassionate physicians in their future practice: Adult and pediatric primary care Adult/pediatric subspecialty care Academic medicine. Faculty and Leadership.

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Med peds residency training

Med-PedsResidency Training



Goal of training
Goal of Training

Prepare residents to be knowledgeable and compassionate physicians in their future practice:

  • Adult and pediatric primary care

  • Adult/pediatric subspecialty care

  • Academic medicine



Med peds residency program
Med-Peds Residency Program

  • Curtis Cary, MD, FAAP, FACP

    • MedPeds Program Director

    • MedPeds Group Continuity Clinic Director

  • John Stewart, MD

    • MedPeds Associate Program Director

    • Polk Dalton Continuity Clinic Director

  • Chris Feddock, MD, FAAP, FACP

    • MedPeds Associate Program Director

    • Assistant Dean of Curriculum

    • Former MedPeds PD for 5 years


Med peds chief residents
Med-Peds Chief Residents

Amanda Foxx, MD Justin Purdy, MD


Internal medicine leadership
Internal Medicine Leadership

  • Chairman: David Moliterno, MD

  • Program Director: Kristy Deep, MD, MA

  • Associate Program Directors:

    • Jackie Gibson, MD

    • Laura Fanucchi, MD, MPH

    • John Ragsdale, MD, MS (MedPeds Trained)

  • VA Educational Site Director: Sean Lockwood, MD

  • Education Specialist: Rachelle Aker


Pediatrics leadership
Pediatrics Leadership

  • Chairman: Carmel Wallace, MD

  • Program Director: Jenna Ross, MD (MedPeds Trained)

  • Associate Program Director: Lindsey Ragsdale, MD

  • Program Coordinator: Michael Fralix

  • Residency Staff Support: Jim Duncan


Med peds continuity clinic attendings
Med-Peds Continuity Clinic Attendings

  • Curtis Cary, MD

    • Pediatric Wards

    • Polk Dalton Clinic

    • HIV Medicine

    • HIV Education

    • Children’s Twilight Clinic

  • John Stewart, MD

    • Polk Dalton Clinic

  • Chris Feddock, MD

    • Salvation Army Clinic

  • Chipper Griffith, MD, MSPH

    • Salvation Army Clinic


Med peds hospitalist faculty
Med-Peds Hospitalist Faculty

Internal Medicine Services

Pediatrics Service

Kentucky Children’s Hospital

Curtis Cary, MD

T. J. Lile, MD

Alan Hall, MD

  • Chandler Hospitalists

    • Paula Bailey, MD

    • T.J. Lile, MD

    • John Ragsdale, MD, MS

    • John Romond, MD

    • Alan Hall, MD

  • Good Samaritan Hospitalists

    • Zack Roy, MD

    • John Romond, MD

  • VA Hospitalists

    • Mary Duke, MD

    • Mike McCoy, MD


Med peds subspecialty faculty
Med-Peds Subspecialty Faculty

  • Mike Anstead, MD

    • Adult and Pediatric Pulmonary

  • Hubie Ballard, MD

    • Neonatology

  • Deb Flomenhoft, MD

    • Adult Gastroenterology

  • Brian Murphy, MD

    • Adult and Pediatric Infectious Diseases

  • Donna Stanton, MD

    • General Pediatrics

  • Michael Young, MD

    • Adult Infectious Disease

  • Jenna Ross

    • General Pediatrics

  • Jackson Smith, MD

    • Adult and Pediatric Endocrinology

  • Doug Schneider, MD

    • Pediatric Cardiology

  • Joe Auer, MD

    • Adult Gastroenterology

  • Nicole Leedy, MD

    • Adult Infectious Diseases

  • Scottie Day, MD

    • PICU


Community med peds faculty
Community Med-Peds Faculty

  • Fayette County

    • Amanda Smith, MD

  • Clark County

    • Larry Ertel, MD

  • Harrison & Nicholas County

    • Stephen Besson, MD

    • Andy Usery, MD

  • Scott County

    • Andrew Balbaugh, MD

    • Joel Knight, MD

    • Erin Johnson, MD


Med peds in leadership positions
Med-Peds in Leadership Positions

  • Mary Duke, MD

    • Med-Peds Program Directors Association, President, 1997

    • UK Med-Peds Program Director 1995-2005

    • Lexington VAMC Chief of Medicine

    • Former ACP Governor

  • Christopher Feddock, MD, MS

    • Med-Peds Program Director 2005 - 2010

    • Assistant Dean for Curriculum

  • Chipper Griffith, MD, MSPH

    • Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education

  • Angela Dearinger, MD, MPH

    • Lexington VAMC Associate Chief of Staff for Education




Med peds as categorical chief residents
Med-Peds as Categorical Chief Residents

  • 2010-2011

    • John Stewart, MD, Internal Medicine

  • 2011-2012

    • Catherine Habashy, MD, Internal Medicine

    • Martin Rains, MD, Internal Medicine

  • 2012-2013

    • Amanda Smith, MD, Internal Medicine

    • Mark Wurth, MD, Pediatrics

  • 2013-2014

    • Priya Veeraraghavan, MD, Pediatrics


Future med peds categorical chief residents
Future Med-Peds Categorical Chief Residents

  • 2014-2015

    • Kelli Trent, MD, Pediatrics

  • 2015-2016

    • Carrie Gaby, MD, Pediatrics








Med peds rotations
Med-Peds Rotations

  • Emergency Department (intern)

  • Ambulatory Med-Peds Elective

    • Primary Care clinics

    • Geriatrics Experiences

    • Surgical and Allied Health Experiences

    • Billing and Coding Experiences

  • Community Med-Peds

    • Clinical experience with a combined practice

  • Elective

    • Clinical or Non-clinical



Facilities1
Facilities

  • Lexington VA Medical Center

  • Chandler Medical Center

  • Good Samaritan Medical Center

  • Kentucky Children’s Hospital

  • Kentucky Clinic

  • Polk Dalton Clinic

  • University Health Services Building





VA Complex

Markey Cancer Center

Old Chandler Medical Center

Children’s Hospital

Gill Heart Center

New Chandler Medical Center

Allied Health Building

You Started Here This AM



Pediatric inpatient teams
Pediatric Inpatient Teams

  • General Pediatrics Ward Services (2 Resident Teams)

    • Staffed by Pediatric Hospitalists and Med-PedsAttendings

    • Two residents on each team

    • Two - Three interns on each team

    • Two 3rd year medical students on each team

  • Subspecialty Pediatrics Ward Services (1 Team)

    • Staffed by Pediatric Subspecialist Attendings

      • Endocrine, Pulmonology, Nephrology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology

    • Two – Three residents (upper level + interns) on the team

  • 56 Hospital Beds

    • Over 7,000 admissions per year


Pediatric intensive care unit
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

  • 12 bed unit

    • Multidisciplinary care

      • Trauma – General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics

      • Cardiac – Cardiology

    • All patients staffed by Pediatric Critical Care Team

    • 900 admissions average per year

  • Three - Four resident team

    • 1 week of night shifts per resident


Neonatal intensive care unit
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

  • 60 bed acute and transitional care unit

  • 850 admissions average per year

  • Residents

    • One senior level resident

    • Two - Three junior level residents and/or interns


Specialized pediatric clinics
Specialized Pediatric Clinics

  • BMI and Healthy Weight Clinic

  • International Adoption Clinic

  • Cystic Fibrosis Center

  • Sleep Clinic

  • Twilight Children’s Clinic

  • HIV Clinic

  • Baby Health

  • Diagnostic Clinic

  • Dermatology Clinic

  • Survivors of Childhood Cancer Clinic

  • Young Parents’ Program

  • ADHD Clinic

  • NICU Graduate Clinic

  • GI Young Adult Clinic

  • Mommy and Me Clinic

  • Lipid Clinic

  • Family Care Center



Internal medicine wards
Internal Medicine Wards

  • Chandler Medical Center

    • 3 Resident Teams

  • Good Samaritan Hospital

    • 2 Resident Teams

    • 3 Academic Hospitalist Teams

    • 1 Private Hospitalist Team

  • VA Medical Center

    • 3 Resident Teams

    • 2 Hospitalist Teams


Diversity of experience
Diversity of Experience

  • Chandler Medical Center

    • Tertiary and Quaternary Care Hospital

    • Active Transplant Program

    • Top 25% of hospitals by patient complexity

  • Good Samaritan Hospital

    • Community-Based Primary Care

    • Referral Center for general & subspecialty medicine

  • VA Medical Center

    • Community-Based Primary Care




Good samaritan hospital1
Good Samaritan Hospital

  • Hospitalist Rotation

  • Each team with 2 residents

    • 3rd year resident

    • 2nd year resident

  • Private Hospitalist Night Coverage

  • Residents rotate “late shift”

    • Work until 8pm every 4th night



Va medical center
VA Medical Center

  • Resident Team

    • 1 upper-level resident

    • 2 interns

  • Team Cap ~ 14 patients

  • Interns rotate night float call schedule: every 6th night

  • Resident night float to supervise admissions


Chandler micu
Chandler MICU

  • Two Resident Teams

    • Each led by attending and fellow

    • Resident structure depends on time of year

      • 3-4 residents per team w/ 1-2 residents on night float

  • Attending coverage 24/7



Med peds housestaff teaching awards
Med-Peds Housestaff Teaching Awards

  • Clark Sleeth – Best Intern Teacher (2013)

  • Carrie Gaby – Internal Medicine (2013)

  • John Romond – Pediatrics (2012)

  • Kelli Trent – Pediatrics (2012)

  • Carrie Gaby – Internal Medicine (2012)

  • Martin Rains – Best Resident Teacher (2011)

  • Joseph Brown – Best Intern Teacher (2011)

  • John Romond – Internal Medicine (2011)

  • Catherine Habashy – Pediatrics (2011)

  • Julie Griffin – Pediatrics (2010)

  • Catherine Habashy – Pediatrics (2009)


Uk healthcare resident of the month
UK Healthcare Resident of the Month

  • May 2014: Heather Relyea

  • November 2013: Justin Purdy

  • September 2013: Carrie Gaby

  • April 2013: Heidi Frazier

  • February 2013: Wendy Ballenger

  • November 2012: Erin Marcotsis

  • August 2012: Priya Veeraraghavan

  • June 2012: Candice Olechowski

  • January 2012: Matt Bacon

  • September 2011: Stephanie Misciasci

  • August 2011: Joseph Brown


Conferences and independent learning activities

Conferences and Independent Learning Activities


Curriculum1
Curriculum

Internal Medicine

Pediatrics

AAP PREP Curriculum

Med-Peds Board Review

Morning Report

Noon Conference

  • Johns Hopkins Ambulatory Modules

  • Med-Peds Board Review

  • MKSAP

  • Morning Report

  • Noon Conference


Pediatric conferences
Pediatric Conferences

  • AM Conferences

    • Morning report case conferences

    • Grand Rounds: Thursday

  • Noon Conferences

    • Daily

    • Structured Curriculum

    • General Pediatrics and Subspecialty Conferences

    • Advocacy Training and Conferences

    • Business of Medicine Conferences


Internal medicine morning report
Internal Medicine Morning Report

  • VA Morning Report – Mondays & Wednesdays

  • UK Morning Report – Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday

    • UK Ambulatory Morning Report

  • Autopsy Conference – Monthly

  • Focus on clinical decision-making

    • Minimize the rare presentation of the rare disease

    • Resident responsible for 3 teaching points


Med peds conferences
Med-Peds Conferences

  • Med-Peds Board Review

    • Weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays

  • Med-Peds Noon Conference and Journal Club

    • Monthly w/FREE FOOD

  • Med-Peds Grand Rounds

    • Quarterly



Med peds continuity clinic
Med-Peds Continuity Clinic

  • Sites

    • MedPeds Group (UHS Building)

    • Polk Dalton Clinic

  • Clinic Attendance

    • Once per week as an intern

    • Twice per week as an upper-level resident

    • Additional clinics scheduled on ambulatory months



Fellowship matches since 2004
Fellowship Matches Since 2004

  • Med-Peds

    • 2010: Academic Medicine (Pitt)

    • 2007: Sports Medicine (UL)

    • 2006: Allergy (Vanderbilt)

  • Pediatrics

    • 2015: Cardiology (Emory)

    • 2012: Pulmonary/Allergy (Vanderbilt)

    • 2012: PICU (Vanderbilt)

    • 2011: Cardiology (Baylor)

    • 2009: PICU (UAB)

    • 2006: PICU (Vanderbilt)

    • 2004: Pulmonary (Baylor)

  • Internal Medicine

    • 2014: Endocrinology (UK)

    • 2013:

      • Cardiology (MUSC)

      • Pulmonary (UK)

    • 2011: Cardiology (UK)

    • 2011: ID (UK)

    • 2010: Pulmonary (Utah)

    • 2009: GI (UK)

    • 2005: Heme/Onc (UK)

    • 2004: Academic Medicine (UK)



Retreats and social events
Retreats and Social Events

  • Med-Peds

    • Journal Club Monthly

    • Switch Party

    • End-of-Year Party

  • Internal Medicine

    • Annual Level Specific Retreats

    • ACP Retreat w/UL

  • Pediatrics

    • Intern Retreat

    • AAP Retreat w/UL

    • Pint Night



Housestaff stipends 2014 2015
Housestaff Stipends 2014-2015

*2013 AAMC Survey of Resident/Fellow Stipends and Benefits


Fringe benefits
Fringe Benefits

  • Vacation

    • PGY-1 = 2 weeks

    • PGY-2 and above = 3 weeks

    • Reading Week – yearly on Internal Medicine

  • Eight holidays

  • Four bonus days in December/January


Fringe benefits1
Fringe Benefits

  • Insurance: Health, Life & Malpractice

  • Parking Permit – covered lots close to hospital

  • Alphanumeric Pagers

  • Lab Coats - 3 per year

  • Meal Stipends

  • Student ID and Activity Cards


Fringe benefits2
Fringe Benefits

  • Participation in UK Wellness Program

    • Available for UK employees, spouses, and retirees.

  • Employee education program (EEP)

    • 18 credit hours per year: 6 hours for spring, fall, and summer at no cost

  • Johnson Sports/Exercise Center

  • Basketball and football tickets!! Go Big Blue!!


Global health opportunities http www stsglobal org
Global Health Opportunities(http://www.stsglobal.org/)


Educational scholarship
Educational Scholarship

  • ACP Membership

  • AAP Membership

  • NMPRA Membership

  • Books

    • Harriet Lane Handbook (PGY-1)

    • Zitelli Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis (PGY-1)

    • Philadelphia Guide: Inpatient Pediatrics (PGY – 1)

    • Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics

    • MKSAP (PGY-2)

  • Travel stipends if presenting at regional/national meeting

  • Board Exam Funds of ~ $4000

    • PGY-2: $800

    • PGY-3: $1000

    • PGY-4: $2500

  • Pediatric Board Review Course


Lexington and surrounding areas

Lexington and Surrounding Areas



Business rankings
Business Rankings

  • Forbes

    • #1 Best City for Finding a Job (2011)

    • #4 Best City for Business and Careers (2011)

  • Business Facilities

    • #2 Most Educated Workforce (2008)

    • #6 Low Cost Manufacturing Center (2010)

    • Editors Location Pick (2010)

  • CNN Money

    • #6 Best Mid-Size to Start a Small Business (2009)

  • KPMG Competitive Alternatives

    • #7 Best City for Business Costs (2010)


Education rankings
Education Rankings

  • Blue Ribbon Education Quotient (2007)

    • Top 1/3 of districts nationwide and highest score in Kentucky

  • U.S. Census Bureau (2009)

    • 13th Highest City with Bachelor’s Degrees

    • 7th Highest City with Advanced Degrees

  • University of Kentucky

    • 8th Best College of Pharmacy

    • 26th Best College of Nursing

    • 31st Best College of Public Health


Quality of life
Quality of Life

  • America’s Promise Alliance

    • Top 100 Best Communities for Young People (2010)

  • Next Cities

    • 13th Top Hotspot for Young, Talented Workers (2009)

  • Parenting Magazine

    • 2nd Best City for Education (2010)

    • 5th Best City to Raise a Family (2010)

  • Forbes

    • 5th Best College Sports Town (2009)

  • Kiplinger

    • 6th Best Value City (2011)


Lakes
Lakes

Within 1 Hour:

  • Cave Run Lake

  • Taylorsville Lake

  • Herrington Lake

  • Guist Creek

  • Cedar Creek

Worth Driving To:

  • Dale Hollow Lake

  • Lake Cumberland

  • Green River Lake

  • Laurel Lake

  • Kentucky Lake

  • Lake Barkley


World Famous

Lake Cumberland Moonbow


Hiking and climbing
Hiking and Climbing

  • Red River Gorge (www.redriverclimbing)

  • Palisades/Jim Beam Nature Preserve

  • Torrent Falls (www.torrentfalls.com)

  • Muir Valley

  • Natural Bridge

  • Raven Run

  • Arboretum


Thoroughbreds
Thoroughbreds

  • Keeneland – April and October

  • Churchill Downs – Spring and Fall Meets

  • Kentucky Horse Park


Kentucky bourbon trail
Kentucky Bourbon Trail

  • Buffalo Trace – Frankfort

  • Four Roses – Lawrenceburg

  • Heaven Hill – Bardstown

  • Jim Beam – Clermont

  • Maker’s Mark – Loretto

  • Woodford Reserve – Versailles

  • Wild Turkey – Lawrenceburg

  • Tom Moore – Bardstown


Vineyards and wineries
Vineyards and Wineries

  • Chrisman Mill Vineyards

  • Equus Run

  • Jean Farris

  • Talon Winery



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