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Boston Medical Center Primary Care Training Program

Boston Medical Center

Catherine Rich, MD

Sandra Ordonez

72 East Concord Street

Evans Building, Room E124

Boston

MA

02118

617-638-6551

617-638-6501

sandra.ordonez@bmc.org

University hospital/medical school

City/county/state hospital

University affiliated

Yes
NRMP match number: 1257140MO

1974

Yes, a past federal grant

35.00

100.00

  Total Number of Positions:    
PGY-1 (Internship): 5
PGY-2 (Resid, Jr.): 5
PGY-3 (Resid, Sr.): 5
  No. of Positions current yr. No. of Positions next yr. Shared Positions On-Call Frequency (Per Month) Annual # of Clinic Sessions per yr.
PGY-1 5 5 0 5 50
PGY-2 5 5 0 5 50
PGY-3 5 5 0 5 50

5

Yes

100

5

3

3

3 in community health center and hospital based cl

patient centered

0

Yes

Liability (Malpractice) Insurance

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Disability Insurance

Maternity/Paternity Leave

Meals (while working at institution)

Uniforms

Time off for conferences/educ. leave

Funds for books, journals, etc.

Free copying

Free computerized bib. Searching

Access to computer equipment and software

Yes

Yes

Required

Yes http://www.bumc.bu.edu/im-residency/training/pctp/

4

2

1

Medical Interviewing

Adolescent Medicine

Preventive Medicine

Geriatrics

Behavioral Medicine

Ambulatory Gynecology

Ambulatory Orthopedics

Clinical Nutrition

Ambulatory Ophthalmology

Practice Management

Minor Surgery

Managed Care

Dermatology

Quality Assurance/Improvement

Neurology

Health Economics

Psychiatry/Behavioral Medicine

Health Policy

Occupational Medicine

Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature

Rehabilitation Medicine

Women’s Health

Substance Abuse

Clinical Epidemiology

Non-Allopathic Medicine

Decision Analysis

Rural Health

Leadership Training

Jail Health

Teaching to Teach

Social Determinants of Health

Academic Medical Center/Medical

School Hospital

VA/Military Hospital

Urban Neighborhood Community Health Center

Rural Health Center

Home Care Program

% 27.00
 
% 14.00
 
% 2.00
 
% 4.00
 
% 26.00
 
% 17.00
 
% 4.00
 
% 6.00
 

The Boston University Primary Care Training Program is one of the oldest in the country, and with well over 310 graduates since 1974, it continues to be a national leader in generalist training; with a commitment to an urban, medically under-served population, our residents and faculty care for ethnically diverse group of patients. Our program has an enriched and comprehensive curriculum that complements the core training experience of the BU-BMC Residency in Medicine. Residents work closely with faculty role models and mentors to develop knowledge and skills necessary to pursue satisfying careers as leaders in clinical medicine, education, and research, and well equipped to face the challenges of the changing healthcare system. Our Primary Care Program unique aspects are: Primary Care Blocks Second Continuity Clinic Scholarship Opportunities Primary Care Retreats In addition to the 3+1 system, which guarantees an uninterrupted week of continuity and sub-specialty clinics every 4th week, our PC residents enjoy 3 month long block rotations per year, 2 per year for interns (were they are introduce to our intern tool kit and 3 per year for juniors and seniors. The blocks combined clinical immersions, clinical electives, and didactics that prepare residents for practice in a variety of primary care settings. Residents also led morning reports and forums during the primary care blocks. The Scholarship Opportunities are focused in case reports, educational and QI projects and research. In the junior year they replace 1 of the sub-specialty clinic for a second continuity clinic on their ambulatory week.

 

 

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