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This is the sixth time the Einstein team has won the national tournament which is the most by any program in the country.
Over the past thirteen years 289/295 residents have passed the ABIM on their first attempt. Congratulations! The Department continues to provide our residents with our own Department of Medicine, faculty led, intensive board review course.
Internal Medicine Residency Program Board Pass Rate
Twenty-three outstanding fellowship positions were obtained by our residents this academic year. This has been one of our most successful years with respect to number and quality of fellowship appointments. Our residents continue to be accepted into a variety of subspecialty training programs throughout the country. Great job!
Click here to view the recent fellowship placement appointments
Click here to view the Fellowship placement by specialty
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The Department has created a web-based workspace for faculty, residents and alumni. Access to the workspace is by invitation only. There are many educational components of the website including Program Director Case of the Week and the Daily Morning Report Evidence-based Follow-ups. Many of our current residents and alumni have contributed to the workspace.
With the opening of the Simulation Center, the Department has expanded the depth and number of opportunities residents have utilizing medical simulation. ACLS, complex patient scenarios, and procedural training are just a few examples.
The Department of Medicine has instituted a complete night-float system on all rotations. Residents may work extended shifts until 9 p.m. when they will be relieved by a well-rested night-float team. Extended shifts are never more frequent than every fourth or fifth day. Residents are trained in appropriate signing out of patients that helps in the hand-off process.
The Department of Medicine is pleased to announce the addition of fellowships in Hematology/Oncology and Transplant Hepatology to complement our other fellowship training programs. The Department currently sponsors ACGME fellowship programs in cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, interventional cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, nephrology, pulmonary/critical care medicine, and rheumatology. The Cardiology fellowship program has expanded to five fellows per year. Our Gastroenterology and Nephrology programs recently expanded to three fellows per year. Heart failure and Transplant Nephrology fellowships are also available.
The Einstein Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency has received the maximum cycle length from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine (RRC-IM) on its last three site visits.
Einstein residents first authored numerous abstracts, posters and oral presentations this academic year. In addition, many Einstein residents were either first authors or co-authors on many papers published this academic year.
Sample of Recent Publications
Eight projects were accepted at the 2014 ACP Associates Competition in Orlando.
Seven projects were accepted at the 2013 ACP Associates Competition in San Francisco.
Four projects were accepted at the 2012 ACP Associates Competition in New Orleans. This is an incredible accomplishment for our residents since few of the many projects submitted are accepted for this very prestigious competition.
Nine projects were presented at the 2010 ACP Associates Competition in Toronto.
Seven projects were presented at the 2009 ACP Associates Competition in Philadelphia.
The Department of Medicine is pleased to announce that each academic year seven chief residents will be selected to serve the program at the PGY-4 level. The chief residents are vital members of the Department as they have administrative, educational and important clinical roles. Two of the chief residents will serve as night chief residents. The night chief residents will have a variety of responsibilities which will include teaching, supervision and administrative oversight while be present in the hospital every night.
All of our lectures are being audio recorded to accompany the electronic slide sets. Lectures are available on the Einstein intranet and can be reviewed at any time. Residents now have the ability to listen and watch lectures that they may have missed or want to hear and review again.
Residents now have an opportunity to care for patients that have undergone orthotopic liver transplantation. Residents will gain experience in managing complex patient care issues. The curriculum will include an understanding of immunosuppression, infections in the immunocompromised host, organ rejection as well as other problems that may be seen in this unique patient population.
A new elective in Palliative Care has been added to the internal medicine curriculum. Residents will work directly with experts in Palliative Care and have an opportunity to develop the skills needed to assist patients in this important area of care.
Residents will have an opportunity to participate in the Einstein Rapid Response Initiative. This multidisciplinary team is available to provide immediate care to any patient in need. Residents will participate in a variety of training modules. Residents will learn how to work closely with other health care professionals to quickly assess, treat and triage a variety of clinical situations.
James Cosentino explains what has made his Einstein learning experience so valuable through his first year of the Internal Medicine residency at Einstein Healthcare Network.