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Four Residencies In One

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on 2 November 2016

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Transcript of Four Residencies In One

Academics
Brown Coat: 101
Four Residencies In One
Resident Life
Brown Coat Nation
University of Illinois
The Facts
Mercy Hospital and Medical Center
The Facts
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
The Facts
Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital
The Facts
Macneal Hospital
The facts:
Advocate Christ Medical Center
The Facts
- 43,000 patients each year
- Quaternary care center
- Peds ED Annual Visits: 24%
- Admission Rate: 27%
- 68,000 visits each year
- Peds ED Annual Visits: 19%
- 16% admission rate

- 68,000 ED visits each year
- Peds ED Annual Visits: 26%
- 28% Admission Rate
- 43,800 visits each year

- Peds ED Annuals Visits: 14%

- 31% Admission Rate
Rotations:
Rotations:
- Ultrasound (PGY1)
- MICU (PGY1)
- CCU (PGY1)
- Peds EM (PGY1)
Rotations:
- MICU x 2 (PGY2)
Rotations:
- Trauma (PGY1)
- Peds EM (PGY2)
- Peds Critical Care (PGY2)
- OB (PGY1)
- Trauma (PGY1)
- EMS (PGY1)
- 63,900 ED visits per year
- 26% admission rate
- 100,000 ED visits each year
- Most Level 1 Trauma patients in IL
- Trauma Rotation (PGY2)
Conference and SIM
Why join the Nation?
-One of the largest, oldest, and most well respected EM families in the country.

-Comfortable with any patient population

-Network from Coast to Coast and globally!


ED x 5
Trauma x 2
Peds EM x 1
OB x 1
MICU x 1
CCU x 1
US/EMS x 1

ED x 8
MICU x 2
Peds EM x1
Ped Crit x 1
Trauma x 1

ED x 11
Elective
Toxicology
Dollar, Dollar Bills...
Annual Salary
PGY1: $50,280
PGY2: $52,020
PGY3: $ 53,820
Insurance
Malpractice: Included
Life: One year stipend
Health: Nominal Fee
Disability: Included (plus
options for additional coverage)
Vacation
- 4 weeks paid vacation
(each one week long!)
Benefits
Book Fund: $600
PGY 3: ICEP, ACEP
PGY 3: Difficult airway course
ACLS, ATLS, APLS Certification
Memberships: ACEP, ICEP, EMRA
Mentors...the Fresh Maker
Research
- Flipped classroom/FOAMed
- New sim center 2016
- Protected time every Thursday
- Education Blog
- Resident lectures
- Journal Club
- Required scholarly project
- Intern research conference
- Paid conference expenses
FAQs
Will I need a car?

Will I get enough trauma exposure?
Will I see enough peds?
Is it hard rotating at four different sites?
But seriously, why UIC?
In our spare time...
WHERE WE LIVE
Transportation
Trains
Bikes
Buses....
Will need a car
Orientation Events
Arts and Humanities
PGY2 Retreat
Fellowships? We got 'Em!
Simulation and Medical Education
Toxicology
International Medicine
Ultrasound
Resuscitation
Who We See:
Who We See:
Who We See:
Who We See:
- Spanish speaking
- Underserved
- Transplant
- Sickle Cell
- Liver/Biliary
- Underserved populations
- Spanish and Chinese speaking
- Longitudinal pediatrics
- Middle class and elderly populations
- Trauma
- Polish speaking
- Pediatrics
- Spanish and Polish speaking
- Variety of ages
- Trauma
- Psych
Moonlighting!
International Travel!
- Senior resident mentors
- Faculty Mentorship
- Mentorship Happy Hour
I speak another language...
Can I use it?
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