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Albany Med Pediatrics Residency

Albany, NY

Beach Run

Alex Nagle, MD

Program Director

Katelyn Daly

Program Coordinator

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • 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

  • 125 Beds

  • 5,000 Inpatient, 1,200 PICU, and 800 NICU Admissions Annually.

  • 100,000 Primary & Specialty Care Clinic Visits Annually

  • 140 Physicians

  • 400+ Pediatric Nurses

DETAILS
  • 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

LOCATION
  • Located in Albany, State Capital of New York, Albany named best place to live in New York in 2021.

  • Population: ~100,000

  • 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

CURRICULUM
  • 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.

  • Didactic Lectures:

  • 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

  • Ultrasound Curriculum

  • NICU Bootcamp

DIVERSITY INITIATIVES
  • 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

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