The resident or fellow will adhere to all requirements as defined by the accrediting body of the program (ACGME or AOA) and all hospital requirements pertaining to a resident within the hospital. The resident or fellow will remain in compliance with specialty specific milestones per level of training.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Established and increasing knowledge base while incorporating clinical, social-behavioral, biomedical, and epidemiological sciences as well as applying this knowledge to patient care.
Provide patient care that is compassionate and efficient while considering promotion of health and treatment.
Demonstrate the ability to exercise life-long learning with the desire to research and assimilate evidence to foster continued patient care initiatives.
Exercise effective interpersonal and communication skills that impart clear delivery of care and information in collaboration with patients, their families, and health professionals.
Establish commitment to the practice of medicine with the highest professional and ethical standards.
Attention to and application of the larger context and system of health care, as well as the ability to engage in other resources to provide the highest standard of care.
Either has graduated from medical school or is currently enrolled in medical school