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ERAS: 1404500407

NRMP: 2056140C0


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Welcome Letter from our Program Director

Welcome to the Trident Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program! We thank you for your interest and look forward to meeting you. Trident Medical Center will welcome its first class of interns in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine in the summer of 2021.

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Mission Statement

The Trident Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program’s mission is to develop the next generation of physicians and physician leaders. As a part of HCA Healthcare, we are driven by a single mission: Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life.

This program is designed to offer residents a rewarding, educational environment where residents are provided individualized learning opportunities by faculty and staff who support and sustain one another throughout quality care delivery. Our faculty are committed to ensuring the residents' clinical experience and educational needs are fulfilled while expanding residents’ perspectives to be inclusive of cultures, values, and ideals.

Program Overview

The Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Trident Medical Center is a newly accredited, rigorous three-year program designed to train the next generation of physicians and physician leaders.

Our collegiate approach to learning fosters excellent opportunities for professional growth, committed mentorship and clinical research. Alongside dedicated attending physicians and enthusiastic colleagues, residents strive for excellence in their training and provide high-quality healthcare in patient-centered environments and community-oriented service.

Get to Know the Team

Nancy Crossley, MD Program Director


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Program Details

Residency is undoubtedly one of the most challenging parts of your medical career. We are focused on making the time you spend with us as a resident of high value to you now and in the future.

Hospital rotations are supervised by a small group of core teaching hospitalists to allow you to focus on learning patient care instead of trying to contact multiple attendings. Teaching faculty get to know you well, understand your learning needs and coach you effectively.

We use a 4:1 scheduling system. Continuity clinic is scheduled for a full week every five weeks, rather than scattered throughout the month or as a single block a few times per year. This promotes continuity with your clinic patients so that you get to see patients improve as a direct result of your care. Fewer transitions let you focus on learning about and caring for the patient in front of you, in both the clinic and the hospital.

Elective rotations include a strong mix of inpatient and outpatient experiences that are representative of real-life for hospitalists, specialists and primary care.

The majority of our didactic time is scheduled for one half-day per week. This minimizes transitions between clinical and learning responsibilities. We focus on using a variety of evidence-based teaching/learning techniques to improve understanding and retention and to make learning enjoyable.

As an intern, you will participate in the Resident-Ally Mentorship Program. Our Nurse Mentors are invaluable! Early on, Nurse Mentors help interns learn to effectively navigate our hospital system. The mentorship also helps interns to maximize the power of effective nurse/physician teamwork to achieve excellent patient care.

We are committed to continuous improvement and innovation in teaching and resident learning experiences. Resident feedback and engagement are key to program innovation and vitality.

Curriculum & Rotation Schedule

Our expertly crafted programs are designed to provide resident physicians with all the experiences and training necessary for professional success.

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Conference Schedule

Monday

Case conference noon – 1 p.m. Focus on generating differential diagnoses, improving clinical reasoning, patient communication and high-value care

Tuesday

Clinic topic talks noon – 1 p.m. Ambulatory clinical topics focusing on current guidelines and high value, patient-centered care

Wednesday

Academic Half Day from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Rotating schedule includes

  • Faculty led case discussion/clinical topic
  • Morbidity & Mortality/Critical Incident
  • Evidence based medicine/Journal club
  • Procedures Clinic/Simulation lab
  • Art of Medicine/ Wellness activities/Medical Humanities
  • EKG interpretation
  • Radiology review
  • Visual diagnosis
  • Evidence-based physical diagnosis
  • Pharmacology
  • Business of Medicine
  • Board review
  • Quality Improvement/Safety Improvement
  • Community health/structural determinants of health

Thursday

Grand Rounds are the 3rd Thursday of every month at 8 a.m.

Case conference noon – 1 p.m. Focus on generating differential diagnoses, improving clinical reasoning, patient communication and high-value care

Friday

Case conference noon – 1 p.m. Focus on generating differential diagnoses, improving clinical reasoning, patient communication and high-value care

Salary & Benefits Information

Salary

Year

Salary

On-Call Meals

Total

PGY1

$52,934

$950

$53,884

PGY2

$54,506

$950

$55,456

PGY3

$56,212

$950

$57,162

Stipend for on-call meals is paid half in July and half in January

New residents and fellows receive up to $500 for orientation if it takes place before the official contract employment date.

Additional Benefits

  • Professional memberships
  • Conference and travel expense
  • Cellphone
  • Laptop/iPad
  • Other board prep and educational expense