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program has begun the transition to ACGME accreditation, and will submit an
application in January 2016. Our curriculum reflects the ACGME requirements and
standards with the AOA principles added. We will also be submitting for AOA
recognition through ACGME.
As described by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), we expect our graduating residents to be competent in six areas:
The Resident will be assigned to a service/specialty for one month. Duty hours will vary based on the preceptors’ schedule, surgery schedule and other factors. Residents will also be expected to attend conferences and committee meetings as mentioned in the Conferences section.
View an EXAMPLE of a block schedule St. Anthony Hospital general surgical residents:
resident in the program will document by program completion, participation,
under appropriate supervision, a minimum of 750 major surgical procedures, as
surgeon or first assistant. Of these 750
procedures, each resident should average 125 cases per year.
work hours will be in compliance with the guidelines established by the
American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
Work hours will be limited to 80 hours per week averaged over a 4-week
period, inclusive of in-house night call and any allowed moonlighting. Residents will be provided with 2 days (48
hours) off on alternate weekends or 1 day in 7 free from all educational and
clinical responsibilities, averaged over a 4-week period and shall have no call
responsibility during the time. Residents shall not work in excess of 24 consecutive hours.
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