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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:22 PM       #1

Thank you for your inquiry to our Internal Medicine Residency Programs.

For information regarding Internal Medicine residency please click on
this link: wichita.kumc.edu/im/residen...nt/applicants/program.html

How to Apply:
wichita.kumc.edu/im/residen...dent/applicants/apply.html

Our Interview Format:
wichita.kumc.edu/im/residen.../applicants/interview.html

Information for International Medical Graduates:
wichita.kumc.edu/im/residen...ident/applicants/info.html

Externship:
http://wichita.kumc.edu/im/extern/aa_require.pdf

Again, thank you for your interest in the University of Kansas School of
Medicine-Wichita. Further information is available on our web site
address: http://wichita.kumc.edu/im

Internal Medicine Senior Residency Coordinators
4.11.06


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:23 PM       #2

Good morning. Thank you for your interest in our program. All information
regarding our program, including criteria can be gotten on our website at
www.franklinsquare.org. Choose residency programs and click on internal
medicine.

Best of luck.



Susan D. Rogers
Residency Coordinator
Department of Medicine
Franklin Square Hospital Center
443-777-7676
443-777-8340 fax
susan.rogers@medstar.net


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:23 PM       #3

Here is the criteria to apply. Please apply through ERAS. You should be a grad of your medical school within the last 5 years. Scores of 80 on parts 1 and 2 of USMLE, first attempt. Deadline to apply is December 1. Also we only sponsor J1. For further details, please see our website: http://resprog.uchc.edu/md/intermed



Sincerely,

Mary Peach

Program Coordinator

Internal Medicine Residency

UConn Health Center


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:24 PM       #4

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE
NORWALK HOSPITAL


MEMORANDUM


TO: International Applicants for Internal Medicine Residency
Training

FROM: Janet Johnson
Residency Registrar

RE: Information and Requirements for Applications for Training in
2007

We require that you have scores of 85 or better on both Step 1 and Step 2
of the USMLE. An ECFMG certificate is required to enter a U.S. residency.
Therefore, the CSA, which is required for ECFMG certification, is mandatory
unless you have a certificate which was issued before that requirement was
added. Though not absolutely required, we do check for U.S. experience, and
it is definitely to your advantage. The deadline for applications is
December 1, 2006. Regarding year of graduation, we do not have a ruling,
but want to know what you have been doing since graduation.

We do have international physicians in our housestaff. We do sponsor J-1
visas. In regard to H-1 visas, we do sponsor those on occasion, but that
would be determined with the Residency Program Director, at the time of the
interview. We prefer that all requirements for the H-1 visa be completed
before we sponsor such a visa, i.e. you should plan to take the Step 3 exam
by the end of 2006 or early in 2007. If you take the Step III exam in
early 2007, you should anticipate using the expedited process which takes
only two weeks.

We are participating in the ERAS program, and will not accept paper
applications. To obtain applications and information on that program,
write ECFMG-ERAS Program, Box 13467, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3467, U.S.A.,
or go to the ECFMG/ERAS web site at:
www.ecfmg.org/erasinfo.htm.

If you wish further information about the program, you can find it at
http://www.norwalkhealth.org

Pamela Charney, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Clinical Professor of Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology
and Women's Health
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency Director
Norwalk Hospital
34 Maple St
Norwalk, Conn 06856
203-899-5071
FAX 203- 855-3589
www.norwalkhosp.org
Administrative Assistant, Carrie Saviano
203-852-2248



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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:24 PM       #5

We use ERAS only; apply by end of November; USMLE>97; US experience useful but not necessary; offer both visa types. Visit our web site for more info.

Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/ The Chicago Medical School Program


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:25 PM       #6

Thank you for your interest in SIU. Please visit our website at: www.siumed.edu/medicine/res...es/apply_international.htm
Southern Illinois Univ


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:26 PM       #7

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Little Rock, Arkansas

Dear Applicant:

The UAMS Department of Internal Medicine participates in the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS), developed by the Association of American Medical Colleges (no paper applications), for the following residency programs: Categorical Internal Medicine (quota 19) & Categorical Medicine/Pediatrics (quota 5).

Please contact the Dean’s Office at your Medical School for application information. Students and graduates of foreign medical schools apply through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), and Canadian schools through the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS). The application deadline is November 15, 2006.

All U. S. candidates to the Internal Medicine and/or Medicine-Pediatrics residency programs must have received the degree of Doctor of Medicine or its equivalent from an accredited US medical school. Graduates who have already completed some training at other institutions also are considered for appointments.

IMG candidates to the Internal Medicine and/or Medicine-Pediatrics residency programs must hold a current ECFMG Certificate. Sponsorship is available for both the J-1 clinical and H-1B visas.

To be considered for an interview to the Internal Medicine Program, an applicant must have received the degree of Doctor of Medicine or its equivalent within the past 7 years. An applicant must have passed both Part I & II of the USMLE with a score of 213 (or greater) or have hands-on clinical experience at an accredited institution in the United States.

To be considered for an interview to the Medicine-Pediatrics Program, an applicant must have passed both Part I & II of the USMLE with a score of 213 (or greater) and have at least one year of clinical experience at an accredited institution in the United States.

Thank you for your inquiry and visit our web site at www.uams.edu/DIM/ for more information.

Sincerely,

Robert W. Bradsher, Jr., M.D.
Program Director



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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:27 PM       #8

Residency Program. Below you will find a brief list of frequently asked questions and answers regarding our program, which I hope you will find helpful.

Do you accept IMG’s? Yes

Thank you for expressing an interest in the Good Samaritan Hospital Internal Medicine What type of Visa’s are offered?
We accept J-1’s and have a limited number of H1-B’s to offer perspective candidates.

Is U.S. Clinical experience required?
No U.S. clinical experience is required; however, it is desirable.

What are your minimum USMLE score requirements?
A minimum score of 82 in both USMLE Steps I and II and preferred but not required.
If you are seeking an H1-B visa, you must show proof of passing USMLE Steps I, II,
and III.

Years from graduation requirements?
Graduation within the last 10 years (1995 or later) is preferred but not required. We look at all applications, and take all experience into consideration.

Are pre-match positions available?
We may offer pre-match positions under individually determined circumstances.

Do you participate in the couples match?
Yes

What is your deadline for accepting applications through ERAS?
We will be accepting applications for consideration through ERAS until December 31, 2005.

Debbie Logue
IM Residency Program Coordinator
Good Samaritan Hospital
5601 Loch Raven Blvd., RMB Suite 502
Baltimore, MD 21239
Phone:410-532-4863
Fax: 410-532-4997
debbie.logue@medstar.net


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:28 PM       #9

We consider all qualified applicants. 20% of our residents are IMGs. All Applications are accepted for review through ERAS. We participate in sponsoring visas of all types but do not pay for the legal fees involved except as required by the Government.
Exempla St Joseph Hospital Program


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:41 PM       #10

Thank you for your interest in the University of Colorado School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Training Program. We will use the ERAS system for our application process. Our brochure is available on the World Wide Web. The URL is http://www.uchsc.edu/sm/intmed. We will accept only applications submitted to us electronically. You must apply to our program through an ECFMG office. If you cannot get the brochure off the WEB, please call (303) 315-7313 or e-mail (Sherry.Berka@uchsc.edu).



Most of the candidates we invite to interview have fairly high scores (85 and above) on the USMLE exams. You must have at least three months of clinical experience in the United States. You must have graduated from medical school within the last five years.



The University of Colorado is unable to sponsor any type of visa. We accept U.S. citizens, resident aliens and international graduates with J-1 sponsorship through the ECFMG.



Our deadline for completed applications for 2007-2008 is December 1, 2006.













Sherry Berka

Program Administrator

Residency Training Program

in Internal Medicine

University of Colorado at Denver

and Health Sciences Center

4200 E. Ninth Avenue #B177

Denver, Colorado 80262

Phone: 303-315-7313

FAX: 303-315-7653


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:41 PM       #11

Our requirements are stated on our Yale Internal Medicine Web Site at http://www.info.med.yale.edu/intmed/prog/ and clicking on "Traditional" and "How to Apply" see "FAQ's". Please see my answers to your questions below.

--
Janene Pahoulis
Traditional Residency Program
Sr. Admin. Assistant
Phone: 203-785-4123
Fax: 203-785-3922


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:42 PM       #12

Graduation within the last 10 years (1995 or later)



wowll that means they are not that strict when they say "within 5 yrs of graduation ?" or "10 yrs of graduation".I graduated in 2001, will apply next yr and i was going paranoid that i will not meet most programs criteria of 5 yrs cut off since graduation..i think this statement just made my day!



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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:42 PM       #13

Thank you for your interest in our program. We accept applications thru ERAS only. We have no minimum score requirements and no year of graduation limitation. We do not require US clinical experience. We sponsor visa thru J1 only. Please feel free to visit our website at www.advocatehealth.com

Best of luck to you.


Have a great day!
Cathy Fussell
UIC/Advocate Christ Internal Medicine
Residency Coordinator
4440 W. 95th St., Suite 122NOD
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
ph(708)684-5673 fax(708)684-2500


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:42 PM       #14

We do take foreign medical graduates, however, at present we do not have any. We do not sponsor visas. All tests must be passed at the first attempt. We only accept applications via the ERAS system. For further information, please see the Scripps Mercy Web page.

Thank you.
Scripps Mercy Hospital Program, CA


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:43 PM       #15

1. We do accept IMGs - currently 17 out of our 21 residents are IMGs.

2. This hospital is unable to sponsor any type of immigration visa, but we do accept the ECFMG-sponsored J1.

3. Your scores are fine, but we do require that you have graduated within 3 years prior to applying - it is hard to say if you would be considered or not until we can see the quality of all 2007 applicants applying through ERAS.

Please visit our website (www.sjresidencies.com) after August so you can review all our 2007 requirements.
San Joaquin General Hospital Program


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:44 PM       #16

May 9, 2006



Thank you so much for inquiring about The Georgetown University Hospital/Washington Hospital Center Internal Medicine Residency Program.

We only accept applications through ERAS. Although we have no official USMLE score cut off, applicants should generally have passed on their first attempts, and higher scores are obviously more competitive. Our extensive experience tells us that those who have graduated from medical school within the prior 4 years and have had some experience with the US health care system are most likely to succeed in our program.

We sponsor both J1 and H1b visas. Further details can be discussed at the time of interview.


Given the obligations we have to medical students from the DC metropolitan area, we regret that we are unable to offer externships/observerships to international graduates prior to the match. After the match, we only offer such training opportunities to candidates who have matched with our program.


We wish you the best of luck in your endeavors.


Sincerely,

John Hong, MD
Program Director, Internal Medicine

Gaitri Tiwari
Residency Program Coordinator
Department of Medicine
Washington Hospital Center
110 Irving Street, NW, Room 2A-38i
Washington, DC 20010
Phone: 202-877-8278
Fax: 202-877-6292
Email: Gaitri.Tiwari@medstar.net


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:45 PM       #17

Thank you for your interest in the University of Southern California Internal Medicine Residency Training Program.

To learn more about our residency program, please visit our website at:
www.usc.edu/schools/medicine/departments/medicine/education/residency/index.html

We have no minimum criteria for USMLE scores nor year of graduation. Also note that clinical experience in the U.S. is not required however it is prefered that applicants be familiar with the U.S. medical system. Please note that our institution sponsors only J-1 visas without any exceptions . We participate in the ERAS service as well as the NRMP program. We do not offer early interviews for "pre-matching" as we only accept applicants through the above mentioned process. We have many International Medical Graduates in our program.



Sincerely,


Ayana Boyd King, DO
Chief Resident - Recruiting
USC Department of Medicine



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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:46 PM       #18

Susan A. Major, Program Coordinator

Internal Medicine Residency Training Program

Department of Medicine

Thank you for inquiring about our Internal Medicine Training Program. Due to the large volume of emails that I receive for information about our program, I have addressed the most common questions below. If your questions are not satisfactorily answered in this email, please feel free to email me again with specific questions and I will address them directly.

Thank you.

1. The University of Florida Internal Medicine Program is accepting applications only through ERAS. The ERAS Post Office will officially open in September and we will begin downloading information then.

2. Our minimum USMLE score on Part I and Part II is 230.

3. Letters of invitation will be issued as the Selection Committee reviews the completed applications. Letters will not be sent to those applicants who are not granted an interview.

4. We support J-1 visas only.

5. US Clinical experience is strongly recommended but not required. At least one year of post-graduate clinical training is required.

6. We accept applications from candidates no more than five years after medical school graduation.

7. Our application deadline is December 15, 2005. All application materials must be received by this date in order to be considered for an interview.

8. Interviews are conducted from late November through the end of January. If you are invited for an interview, the days for interview will be addressed in your letter.

9. Our program does not offer externships or observerships.

10. IMGs must be certified by ECFMG. We currently have IMGs in our training program.

11. Incomplete applications will not be considered. A completed application consists of the following: Dean’s Letter, Medical School Transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation, personal statement and USMLE Transcripts. For IMGs the ECFMG certification number is required.

11. We no longer have printed brochures. Program information is available at our website: www.medicine.ufl.edu


Susan A. Major
Program Coordinator
Department of Medicine
University of Florida




University of Florida

P.O. Box 100277

Gainesville, FL 32610

Phone: 352-265-0239

FAX: 352-338-9879


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:46 PM       #19

Here is some information on our Internal Medicine Residency Program:





Internal Medicine Residency Program





1. We only accept applications through ERAS (The Electronic Residency Application System)

2. Deadline is 11/15/2006

3. We sponsor only J1 visas

4. In addition to the ERAS application you must submit 3 letters of recommendation, a Dean’s Letter, Medical School transcripts and USMLE score.



April 2006





Dear Interested Candidate:



We thank you for your interest in the University of Arizona-Tucson Hospitals Internal Medicine Residency program. In order to apply to our program you must be enrolled in the National Resident Matching Program. We will be utilizing ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) for our application process. Only those applying through ERAS will be considered. Please contact your Dean’s Office for further information regarding this process. We invite you to visit our electronic brochure currently available on the internet at: http://www.meded.arizona.edu



In addition to ERAS application, we require your CV, personal statement, USMLE scores, Dean’s Letter, three letters of recommendation, and medical school transcripts in order to process your application. Deadline for receipt of application is November 15, 2006. Once complete, your application will be reviewed and if applicable, we will contact you for an interview.



International Medical School Graduates must contact the ECFMG-ERAS Program at http://www.ecfmg.org/eras/ Please be aware that the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Arizona has no special requirements for IMG’s (no required US clinical experience; no USMLE “cut off” score; no limit on year of graduation and we sponsor only J1 visas.



We feel our program is a very strong and competitive Internal Medicine Residency Program. We offer very comprehensive in-patient and out-patient clinical training with opportunities in research for those who are so inclined. All of our residents were very successful in obtaining practice opportunities in general internal medicine and subspecialty fellowships.



The morale among our residents is currently very high and Tucson is an extremely enjoyable community. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office at 520-626-7000.



Sincerely,



Richard Mandel, MD
Program Director









Paula O'Hara

Clerkship and Electives Coordinator

Department of Medicine

1501 N. Campbell Avenue

PO Box 245040

Tucson, Arizona 85724-5040



Phone: 520-626-7000

Fax: 520-626-6020


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Sep 18, 2006 - 2:47 PM       #20

Dear Applicant

Thank you for your note of interest in our residency program. In order to
apply to our residency program, you will need to use the Electronic
Residency Application System (ERAS). Information about our program and
linkage to ERAS is on our web page
http://internalmedicine.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/residency. Our application
deadline is November 15th.

Kristi Threlkeld
Residency Program Manager
Department of Internal Medicine
UC Davis Medical Center
4150 V Street #3116
Sacramento, CA 95817
phone: 916/734-7080
fax: 916/734-1150
kristi.threlkeld@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu






























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Founded in 1977, MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center[25] is a 262-bed full service hospital in Clinton, Maryland serving the Washington, D.C., and Southern Maryland areas. Additionally, the hospital operates a state-of-the-art 24-bed sub-acute unit. Throughout MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center’s history, it has remained a community leader, a strong supporter of healthcare education, and a dedicated advocate for quality healthcare services.

Christine Wray, FACHE, President, MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center

Michael J. Chiaramonte, MBA, is Former President, MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital.[2]

MedStar Union Memorial Hospital[edit]

Main article: MedStar Union Memorial Hospital

Located in the Central section of Baltimore, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital[26] is a regional specialty and teaching hospital that has been caring for members of the community for more than 150 years. MedStar Union Memorial has been named one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals for cardiovascular care by Thomson. The hospital was also named in U.S. News & World Report's annual list of top hospitals by ranking in cardiology and heart surgery, and orthopaedics. MedStar Union Memorial also received high-performing scores in eight specialty areas: Diabetes and Endocrinology, Ear Nose and Throat, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics, Nephrology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Pulmonology and Urology.[27] MedStar Union Memorial is known nationally for the Curtis National Hand Center and for developing Maryland’s leading hospital-based sports medicine program. The 283-bed hospital supports residency and fellowship training programs in orthopedics, general surgery, and internal medicine, and received the prestigious Excellence Awards for Quality Improvement for Hospitals from the Delmarva Foundation in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.[24]

Bradley S. Chambers is President, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.[4]

MedStar Washington Hospital Center[edit]

Main article: Washington Hospital Center

MedStar Washington Hospital Center[28] is a not-for-profit, 926-bed acute care teaching and research hospital based in Northwest Washington, D.C. It is the largest private hospital in Washington, D.C.and among the 25 largest hospitals in the mid-Atlantic region. It consistently ranks among the nation’s top hospitals as measured by entities such as U.S. News & World Report, AARP and Consumer’s Checkbook.[29]

The Hospital Center also operates the area's only adult burn center and the Washington region's premier trauma center and surgical critical care center, providing major trauma resuscitation, surgery and care of critically ill or injured patients.

John Sullivan is President, MedStar Washington Hospital Center.[4]

MedStar Heart Institute[edit]

The MedStar Heart Institute[30] (previously known as the Washington Heart and Vascular Institute) is a national leader in the research, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease.[31] The institute’s volumes in coronary artery bypass graft surgery and percutaneous coronary intervention are among the highest in the University Health System Consortium’s clinical database and show very good outcomes for survival (mortality) and improved health (morbidity).

Bradley S. Kappalman is Vice President, MedStar Heart Institute.[32]

Washington Cancer Institute[edit]

Main article: Washington Cancer Institute

The Washington Cancer Institute[33] provides the latest in treatment and therapies and access to cutting-edge clinical trials.[34]

Christopher Gallagher MD, is Medical Director of the Washington Cancer Institute.[35]

Other entities[edit]

MedStar Ambulatory Services[edit]

MedStar Ambulatory Services[36] provides outpatient services, including primary care practices. Locations include:

  • MedStar Health at Spring Valley in Washington, D.C.
  • MedStar Health at Chevy Chase in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Robert J. Gilbert is President, MedStar Ambulatory Services.[4]

MedStar Family Choice[edit]

MedStar Family Choice is a managed care organization serving the District of Columbia and Maryland. Coverage is provided for participants in:

District of Columbia[edit]

  • DC Healthy Families[37]
  • DC HealthCare Alliance

Maryland[edit]

  • Maryland HealthChoice Program[38]
  • Maryland Children's Health Program[39]

MedStar Health Research Institute[edit]

MedStar Health Research Institute (MHRI)[40] offers research support for MedStar’s medical and instructional services. Research conducted includes:

  • Clinical
  • Delivery of healthcare
  • Outcomes research (end results of health care practices and interventions)

The research is conducted in settings that include both hospital and outpatient.

Neil J. Weissman, MD, FACC, is President, MedStar Health Research Institute.[4]

MedStar Institute for Innovation[edit]

Mark S. Smith, M.D., FACEP, is Director of the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2).[41]

MedStar Pharmacy[edit]

MedStar offers outpatient pharmacies in the following hospital locations, and also at[42]Leisure World in Silver Spring, Maryland.

District of Columbia[edit]

  • MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
  • MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
  • MedStar Washington Hospital Center

Maryland[edit]

  • MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
  • MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital
  • MedStar Harbor Hospital
  • MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital
  • MedStar St. Mary's Hospital
  • MedStar Union Memorial Hospital

MedStar Physician Partners[edit]

MedStar Physician Partners[43] is a group of more 100 Primary care physicians. It is part of the MedStar Medical Group that has over 5,600 affiliated physicians and 1,560 employed physicians across Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region.

Edward M. Miller, MD, FACP, is President, MedStar Physician Partners.[4]

MedStar Surgery Center[edit]

MedStar Surgery Center is a stand-alone multi-specialty surgery center in Downtown Washington, D.C.[44]

MedStar Visiting Nurse Association[edit]

MedStar Visiting Nurse Association[45] is the largest home healthcare provider in the Maryland, District of Columbia and Northern Virginia region. It provides in-home healthcare services for homebound patients who were recently discharged from the hospital. It also cares for those who are disabled or living with a chronic condition. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Home Healthcare Compare website,[46] MedStar VNA holds some of the lowest rates for hospital readmission, regionally and nationally. MedStar VNA's home healthcare team members travel over two million miles per year, visiting over 16,000 patients, to help them live safely and independently at home. Services provided in the home include: skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, IV therapy (infusion), medical social work, wound care, activities of daily living support (bathing, grooming, walking and cooking), after hours care and support. To support good health in the community, MedStar VNA provides several hundred traveling immunization clinics across the region each year, vaccinating over 10,000 people against contagious disease. Community outreach also includes health assessments, screenings and wellness education at organizations across the region.

Traci K. Anderson is President, MedStar Visiting Nurse Association.[4]

References[edit]

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