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Wright State University / Dayton Community Hospitals Program

Last updated: Friday, May 17, 2019

Community setting

Urban

Email

family_practice@premierhealth.org

Phone

(937)275-2792

Fax

(937)277-1140

Address

2261 Philadelphia Drive
Dayton, OH 45406-1816

Country

United States of America

Program director

Peter L Reynolds, MD, FAAFP

Program length

3 years

Primary admitting hospital

Miami Valley Hospital

Total number of beds

848

Number of family practice centers

1

Number of admitting hospitals

1

Number of rotation hospitals

2

Other Residencies in hospital rotations

General Surgery

Pediatrics

Family practice center is a federally-qualified health center?

Yes

Residents rotate through federally-qualified health center?

Yes

PGY-1 PGY-2 PGY-3
Positions offered

PGY-1: 10

PGY-2: 12

PGY-3: 11

Positions filled

PGY-1: 12

PGY-2: 11

PGY-3: 8

Females

PGY-1: 5

PGY-2: 8

PGY-3: 7

Minorities

PGY-1: 0

PGY-2: 0

PGY-3: 0

Salary
Weeks of Vacation

PGY-1: 3

PGY-2: 3

PGY-3: 3

Night Calls

PGY-1: q5d

PGY-2: q7d-q14d

PGY-3: q7d-q14d

Night coverage

PGY-1: Yes

PGY-2: No

PGY-3: No

Hospital trips

PGY-1: None

PGY-2: q15d-q28d

PGY-3: q15d-q28d

Half days FPC

PGY-1: 2

PGY-2: 4

PGY-3: 4

Other benefits

Liability Insurance

Housing Allowance

Parking

Time off for conferences

Fitness Center

Meals

Disability Insurance

Life Insurance

Funding for attending conferences

On-site Child Care

Sick Leave / Personal Time

Health Insurance

Moonlighting

Yes

Faculty present

1

Residents present

4

Full time MD / DO

6

Full time other faculty

2

Required maternity rotations

Three months

Required general surgery rotations

Less than two months

Required pediatrics rotations

Four months

Required CCU-ICU rotations

Less than two months

Computerized documentation

Yes

Electronic health record

Yes

Resident organization

Yes

Fellowship offered

Yes

Fellowships type(s)

Geriatrics

Do any of these lead to a graduate degree?

No

Clerkship offered

Yes

International rotation

Yes

Rural rotation

No

Osteopathic Recognition?

No

AcgmeNumber

1203831243

Website

http://www.med.wright.edu/fm

Description

The Wright State University Family Medicine Residency Program continues its long standing commitment to community-based education. The residency combines a rich tradition of family medicine with exposure to: a range of clinical services seldom found outside academic medical centers a comprehensive variety of medical disciplines a diverse patient population an active inpatient service continuity patients in the Five Rivers Family Health Center a Federally Qualified Health Center faculty with expertise in sports medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychology, geriatrics, hospitalist practice and pharmacology. The result is a unique blend: the services and attitudes seen at community hospitals, and the educational experiences often available only at university medical centers. The WSU Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents to excel in their roles as concerned, competent physicians who function well in the full realm of family medicine, whether in inpatient or outpatient, rural or urban settings.