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Twenty outstanding fellowship positions were obtained by our residents this academic year. Our residents continue to be accepted into a variety of subspecialty training programs throughout the country.
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See where our former residents are now.
Noon Conference is Now Protected Learning Time and Food will Be Provided!
Lunch is provided by the Department of Medicine at noon conference. The chief residents hold all pagers and handle all non-emergent patient care issues during conference time. Residents can now concentrate on learning and actively participate in the conference without interruption.
NEW PROGRAM STRUCTURE ELIMINATES DAY TIME CROSS-COVER ON THE GENERAL MEDICAL FLOORS.
During admitting shifts, which last until 9pm, the admitting team is only responsible for the care of their own service and to see new admissions. This new innovation allows our residents to focus and reflect upon their patients without distraction.
IT’S A “FOUR-PEAT”! EINSTEIN RESIDENTS WIN 2015 NATIONAL ACP "DOCTORS DILEMMA".
This is the seventh time the Einstein team has won the national tournament, the most by any residency program in the country. Click here to learn more about the competition.
Over the past fourteen years 316/323 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, as well as other "goodies" to help prepare our residents for sucuess.
Internal Medicine Residency Program Board Pass Rate
All new categorical PGY 1 residents receive an iPad.
All PGY 2 residents receive both a physical and electronic copy of the most recent edition of MKSAP. All PGY 3 residents receive a one-year subscription to NEJM Knowledge+ Board Review.
All categorical residents receive a three-year membership Resident Membership to the American College of Physicians.
EINSTEIN RESIDENTS PARTICIPATE IN 2015 ANNUAL AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ANNUAL ASSOCIATE POSTER COMPETITION
Nine abstracts were presented at the 2015 ACP Associates Competition in Boston. • Electrocardiographic Changes Consistent with Atrial Infarction are an Independent Predictor of 30 Day and 1 Year Mortality in Patients with Acute ST- Elevation Myocardial Infarction. (Award Winner and Podium Presentation).• Effect of different treatment modalities on Colon adenoma and advanced adenoma among Type II Diabetes Mellitus patients.• Imatinib mesylate: a novel treatment option for Bleomycin induced lung injury.• Fever with rigors following cardiac catheterization - an unusual case of infective endocarditis.• Living Diagnosable: Delayed Diagnosis of Cornelia de Lange Syndrome and Devastating Results.• Not All Myasthenia Gravis Are Created Equal.• Fighting against all odds- a case of complicated ST elevation myocardial infarction.• Levamisole induced vasculitis: is it a relegated diagnostic possibility.• Aortic Root Abscess without Aortic Valve involvement in an Elderly Male with Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma presenting with persistent MSSA bacteremia.
Scholarly Activity of 2015 Internal Medicine GraduatesResidents appeared 67 times as authors on PubMed cited publications. Residents participated 141 times as authors on international, national, and regional presentations.Residents appeared 24 times as authors on book chapter and e-publications.5 Einstein-funded grants with residents as co-investigators were awarded this year.
Check out some of our resident's recent scholarly activity
Resident Scholarly Activity 2013-15
INTERNAL MEDICINE RESIDENCY RECEIVES FULL 10-YEAR ACCREDITATION FROM ACGME
The Einstein Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency has received the maximum length of accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine (RRC-IM) on its last three site visits.
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.