Albany Med Pediatrics Residency
Alex Nagle, MD
Only Academic Health Sciences Center & Tertiary Care Center for Children in the 25 Counties of Eastern New York & Western New England.
Number One Center for the Care of Complex & Chronically Ill Children in the Region
Level One Trauma Center
Responsible for over 725,000 Children
Primary Care & 34 Subspeciality Services
5,000 Inpatient, 1,200 PICU, and 800 NICU Admissions Annually.
100,000 Primary & Specialty Care Clinic Visits Annually
400+ Pediatric Nurses
Medium Size Program, 11 Pediatrics Residents Per Class (4 Med-Peds Per Class)
PedSTAR: Scholarly Track for Advocacy & Research Block for all interns.
We do not participate in a Track-Based System. Each resident is provided with the mentorship & flexibility to obtain the experiences and training that they require to be successful in their future career goals.
Quality Improvement & Patient Safety (QIPS) Resident Training Program
Opportunity for one resident per class to develop QIPs skills, applied for during first year.
Neonatology Fellowship – 1 Fellow Per Year
Located in Albany, State Capital of New York, Albany named best place to live in New York in 2021.
1 Hours from the Adirondacks, 2 hours from NYC, 2 Hours from Boston, 4 Hours from Montreal
34 Regional Ski Mountains, 11 Nearby State Parks, 16 Farmers Markets, 56 Annual Festivals & Events
Median Age: 31 , 51% White, 28% Black, 10% Hispanic, 7% Asian • 16.2% speak non-English language
13, 4 Week Blocks Per Year
Vast Individualized Curriculum Offerings – if we don’t have what you’re looking for, we may be able to build it!
New for 2022/2023: NICU Nights & Floor Night Blocks now offered in 2 Week Experiences instead of 4 Weeks.
Monthly: AM Reports, Blue Team Report, Board Review, Cardiology and Neurology Series
Weekly: Grand Rounds, Case Management, Bread & Butter
Intern & Senior Academic Half Days Offered once per block
Mock Codes Curriculum
Medical School Collaborations
Pediatric Student Interest Group, Faculty Collaboration in DEI, URiM Recruitment, Service Learning (Community Service) Programs, PIPELINE Grant with AAP
Resident Recruitment & Support
Residency Fairs, Collaboration with Latinx Medical Student Association, DEI Faculty liaison
Residency & Fellowship Education
Community Health & Advocacy Rotation, PedSTAR, LGBTQA Curriculum, Continuity Practice, DEI Resident Education, NICHQ/NYSPQC Birth Equity Project