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FAQs

What is the length of Crozer's Osteopathic Internal Medicine Residency Program?

The Osteopathic Internal Medicine Residency is three years.

How many residency positions are there per year?

There are a total of eight per training year.

What is the typical call schedule?

First-year residents are on call every fourth night during inpatient floor rotations. Floor residents take call from 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. while doing inpatient floor rotations when the night float takes over, allowing the R-1 to go home and rest. For second- and third-year residents, the call is three times a month only, again, while doing inpatient floor rotations.

Is there a night float system?

Yes. At 9:00 p.m., an R-1 night float relieves the on-call doctors who will go home. There is one R-2/3 night float who start at 6:30 p.m. Residents take call overnight twice a month only while on inpatient floor rotations.

Where do the residents go after the completion of their residencies?

Many have gone on to fellowships including allergy, cardiology, pulmonary and critical care medicine, hematology/oncology, immunology and nephrology, among others. The others have entered practices in primary care and hospitalist positions.

Are there research opportunities available?

All residents are required to participate in scholarly activity. The outcome of these projects is presented twice a year. Residents have traveled both regionally and nationally to present their projects.

If I would like more information about the Crozer-Keystone Internal Medicine Residency, whom should I contact?

Dr. Dina Capalongo, Program Director

Mailing address:
Crozer-Chester Medical Center
Osteopathic Internal Medicine Residency
Department of Medicine - 3 East One Medical Center Boulevard
Upland, PA 19013-3995

Phone: 610-874-6114 or 1-866-509-1771 within the United States

Fax: 610-447-6373

E-mail: mailto:ccmcdom@crozer.org

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