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Genesys Regional Medical Center/MSU View International Rotation Information

Last updated: Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Community setting

Suburban

Email

marissa.rogers@genesys.org

Phone

(810)606-5126

Fax

(810)606-5636

Address

One Genesys Pkwy Ste 4595
Grand Blanc, MI 48439

Country

United States of America

Program director

Marissa Walkerdine Rogers, DO

Program length

3 years

Primary admitting hospital

Genesys Regional Medical Center- Helath Park

Total number of beds

410

Number of family practice centers

1

Number of admitting hospitals

1

Number of rotation hospitals

2

Family practice center is a federally-qualified health center?

No

Residents rotate through federally-qualified health center?

No

PGY-1 PGY-2 PGY-3
Positions offered

PGY-1: 12

PGY-2: 13

PGY-3: 14

Positions filled

PGY-1: 12

PGY-2: 13

PGY-3: 14

Females

PGY-1: 5

PGY-2: 8

PGY-3: 9

Minorities

PGY-1: 0

PGY-2: 0

PGY-3: 0

Salary
Weeks of Vacation

PGY-1: 4

PGY-2: 4

PGY-3: 4

Night Calls

PGY-1: q7d-q14d

PGY-2: q15d-q28d

PGY-3: q15d-q28d

Night coverage

PGY-1: Yes

PGY-2: Yes

PGY-3: Yes

Hospital trips

PGY-1: q15d-q28d

PGY-2: q15d-q28d

PGY-3: q15d-q28d

Half days FPC

PGY-1: 2

PGY-2: 4

PGY-3: 4

Other benefits

Meals

Sick Leave / Personal Time

Health Insurance

Parking

Time off for conferences

Liability Insurance

Funding for attending conferences

Life Insurance

Fitness Center

Disability Insurance

Moonlighting

Yes

Faculty present

1

Residents present

4

Full time MD / DO

10

Full time other faculty

3

Full time physician extenders

0

Required maternity rotations

Two months

Required general surgery rotations

Two months

Required pediatrics rotations

Three months

Required CCU-ICU rotations

Two months

Computerized documentation

Yes

Electronic health record

Yes

Resident organization

Yes

Fellowship offered

No

Do any of these lead to a graduate degree?

No

Clerkship offered

Yes

International rotation

No

Rural rotation

No

Dually accredited by ACGME / AOA

Yes

AcgmeNumber

1202531166

Website

http://www.genesys.org

Description

Our program provides a supportive and nurturing educational environment that is rich with learning opportunity. We serve both the traditional surburban community of Grand Blanc, Michigan as well as a wonderfully diverse segment of underserved patients from Flint, Michigan and other urban parts of Genesee County. The anchor of our program is our Family Health Health Center, which is a beautiful faciltiy providing ampule space for all of our residents and faculty to care for patients together. Here, we provide over 24,000 outpatient visits yearly. Our relationship with our patients extends well outside our clinic doors to include providing medical support for local road races, participation by residents in public school educational programs, and many other outreach activities enjoyed by both faculty and residents. Our Family Medicine Inpatient Service is housed at Genesys Regional Medical Center, a 410-bed hospital in Grand Blanc, MIchigan, and is attended by our family medicine faculty. This service features robust inpatient experience including Neuro-Trauma ICU, MICU, CICU, Pedatrics, Code Stroke, as well as opportunities for formal credentilaing in central venous lines, arterial lines, intubation, and ventilator management. Importantly, all of our interns first perform these procedures in our Genesys Simulation Skills Lab which provides for anxiety-free skill acquisition and refinement. Our program is further strengthened by our affiliation with Michigan State University, which brings us world-class monthly didactic sessions, enhanced leadership training for residents, and increased opportunities in public health and preventive medicine with the recent arrival of the MSU School of Pulic Health to their Flint Campus. In addition, every month our residents join other community physicians to attend a day-long, primary-care focused regional CME conference hosted by our hospital. Our residents also rotate for one month in each of their two years at the nearby Hurley Medical Center. Here they receive invaluable training in tertiary-care pediatric inpatient medicine and pediatric emergency medicine. These training months perfectly complement the inpatient pediatrics and newborn care experience that occurs on the Family Medicine Inpatient Services, and they ensure that our graduates are completely confident caring pediatric patients.