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==History==
 
==History==
The Southeastern Health Emergency Medicine Residency is a new program currently in the ACGME Pre-Accrediation status. It serves a large, rural non-profit healthcare network serving Robeson County, North Carolina.  
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The Campbell-Southeastern Health Emergency Medicine Residency has ACGME Continued Accreditation status. The program began as a 4-year program, but transitioned to a 3-year program in July, 2020. It serves a large, rural non-profit healthcare network in Robeson County, North Carolina.
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It is considered to be one of the best keep secret in emergency medicine training! Residents are engaged and happy. Faculty have a passion for teaching and a passion for emergency medicine. HIghlights include interesting patients and pathology with tons of procedures. As a rural, racially diverse community, Lumberton is the poorest and unhealthiest county in NC. The patient population comes with diverse medical and social pathology. The ED sees an extremely high trauma volume, both blunt and penetrating, without a trauma team. The residency truly has a symbiotic relationship with the community. Patients welcome residents participate in their care as the program strives to improve the quality of care within the community. A true diamond in the rough.
  
 
==Leadership==
 
==Leadership==
 
*'''Program Director:''' Elizabeth Gignac, DO
 
*'''Program Director:''' Elizabeth Gignac, DO
 
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Associate Program Director:  Brianna Crosby, MD
  
 
==Training Locations==
 
==Training Locations==
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*Carolinas Medical Canter
 
*Carolinas Medical Canter
 
*Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
 
*Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
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*WakeMed
  
 
==Curriculum==
 
==Curriculum==
 
===PGY1===
 
===PGY1===
 
*EM: 7 blocks
 
*EM: 7 blocks
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*Ped EM: 1 block
 
*ICU: 1 block
 
*ICU: 1 block
 
*Inpatient Pediatrics: 1 block
 
*Inpatient Pediatrics: 1 block
*Ortho: 2 weeks
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*Ortho/Hand Surgery: 1 block
*Hand Surgery: 2 weeks
 
 
*L&D: 1 block
 
*L&D: 1 block
 
*Anesthesia: 2 weeks
 
*Anesthesia: 2 weeks
 
*Ultrasound: 2 weeks
 
*Ultrasound: 2 weeks
*Elective: 1 block
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===PGY2===
 
===PGY2===
*EM: 7 blocks
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*EM: 8 blocks
*Elective: 3 blocks
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*Trauma: 1 blocks
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*Toxicology: 1 block
 
*ICU: 1 block
 
*ICU: 1 block
*Pediatric EM: 1 block
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*Advanced Ultrasound: 2 weeks
*Trauma: 1 block
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*Elective: 6 weeks
  
 
===PGY3===
 
===PGY3===
*EM: 8 blocks
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*EM: 7 blocks
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*Ped EM: 1 block
 
*PICU: 1 block
 
*PICU: 1 block
 
*Peds Elective: 1 block
 
*Peds Elective: 1 block
*Toxicology: 1 block
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*ICU: 1 block
*Elective: 2 blocks
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*EMS: 2 weeks
 
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*Administration: 2 weeks
===PGY4===
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*Elective: 1 block
*EM: 8 blocks
 
*EMS: 1 block
 
*Pediatric EM: 1 block
 
*Elective: 2 blocks
 
  
 
==Contact Information==
 
==Contact Information==
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*Email: Lowry31@srmc.org
 
*Email: Lowry31@srmc.org
 
*Phone: 910-735-8783
 
*Phone: 910-735-8783
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Contact info:
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*Brianna Jones, Residency Coordinator
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jonesb3@srmc.org
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(910) 735-8783
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 20:02, 7 July 2020

History

The Campbell-Southeastern Health Emergency Medicine Residency has ACGME Continued Accreditation status. The program began as a 4-year program, but transitioned to a 3-year program in July, 2020. It serves a large, rural non-profit healthcare network in Robeson County, North Carolina. It is considered to be one of the best keep secret in emergency medicine training! Residents are engaged and happy. Faculty have a passion for teaching and a passion for emergency medicine. HIghlights include interesting patients and pathology with tons of procedures. As a rural, racially diverse community, Lumberton is the poorest and unhealthiest county in NC. The patient population comes with diverse medical and social pathology. The ED sees an extremely high trauma volume, both blunt and penetrating, without a trauma team. The residency truly has a symbiotic relationship with the community. Patients welcome residents participate in their care as the program strives to improve the quality of care within the community. A true diamond in the rough.

Leadership

  • Program Director: Elizabeth Gignac, DO

Associate Program Director: Brianna Crosby, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

  • Southeastern Health

Secondary Hospital

  • Carolinas Medical Canter
  • Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
  • WakeMed

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM: 7 blocks
  • Ped EM: 1 block
  • ICU: 1 block
  • Inpatient Pediatrics: 1 block
  • Ortho/Hand Surgery: 1 block
  • L&D: 1 block
  • Anesthesia: 2 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks


PGY2

  • EM: 8 blocks
  • Trauma: 1 blocks
  • Toxicology: 1 block
  • ICU: 1 block
  • Advanced Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Elective: 6 weeks

PGY3

  • EM: 7 blocks
  • Ped EM: 1 block
  • PICU: 1 block
  • Peds Elective: 1 block
  • ICU: 1 block
  • EMS: 2 weeks
  • Administration: 2 weeks
  • Elective: 1 block

Contact Information

Kayla Lowry, Residency Coordinator

  • Email: Lowry31@srmc.org
  • Phone: 910-735-8783

Contact info:

  • Brianna Jones, Residency Coordinator

jonesb3@srmc.org (910) 735-8783

External Links

Southeastern Health EM Residency

See Also