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Trihealth (Bethesda North Hospital) Program View International Rotation Information

Last updated: Monday, June 28, 2021

Community setting

Suburban

Email

amy_hughes@trihealth.com

Phone

(513)404-2208

Fax

(513)531-2624

Address

1775 W Lexington Ste 100
Cincinnati, Ohio 45212

Country

United States

Program director

Scott E Woods MD, FAAFP

Program length

3 Years

Primary admitting hospital

TriHealth Bethesda North

Total number of beds

363

Number of family practice centers

1

Number of admitting hospitals

3

Number of rotation hospitals

3

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: 7

PGY-2: 7

PGY-3: 6

Positions filled

PGY-1: 7

PGY-2: 7

PGY-3: 6

Females

PGY-1: 4

PGY-2: 1

PGY-3: 3

Minorities

PGY-1: 0

PGY-2: 0

PGY-3: 1

Salary

PGY-1: $58,927

PGY-2: $60,701

PGY-3: $62,605

Weeks of Vacation

PGY-1: 4

PGY-2: 4

PGY-3: 4

Average In hospital night calls

PGY-1: q5d

PGY-2: q15d-q28d

PGY-3: > q28d

Night Float

PGY-1: No

PGY-2: Yes

PGY-3: Yes

Call from home trips to hospital

PGY-1: None

PGY-2: > q28d

PGY-3: > q28d

Half days FPC

PGY-1: 1

PGY-2: 2

PGY-3: 3

Other benefits

Health Insurance

Meals

Funding for attending conferences

Disability Insurance

Liability Insurance

Life Insurance

Parking

On-site Child Care

Fitness Center

Moonlighting

Yes

Faculty present

1

Residents present

4

Full time MD / DO

7

Full time other faculty

2

Required maternity rotations

Two months

Required general surgery rotations

Less than two months

Required pediatrics rotations

Four months

Required CCU-ICU rotations

Less than two months

Resident organization

Yes

Fellowship offered

Yes

Do any of these lead to a graduate degree?

No

Clerkship offered

Yes

International rotation

No

AcgmeNumber

1203821474

Website

http://www.trihealth.com/phy/phy_index.aspx

Description

Bethesda Family Medicine is an energetic community-based program with an emphasis on internal medicine and pediatrics. residents work side-by-side in the busy famiy medicine center with the faculty. Pediatrics is done at the world class Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center where BFM residents work together with pediatrtic residents. Scholarly activity is required and much support is given to accomplish this task. While we do not offer international medicine as part of our curriculum, we have made it possible (and will continue to do so) for residents to spend time in underserved countries such as Ecuador, Costa Rica and Syria. Such travels are at the residents' own expense, but elective time is given toward residency completion.