Graduate Medical Education
MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Graduate Medical Education (GME)
For a general overview of the Graduate Medical Education Residency Training Program including information on Benefits, ERAS, and Program Summaries, click here.
For a detailed description of each program, click one
- Internal Medicine
- Obstetrics / Gynecology
- Emergency Medicine
- Child Psychiatry
Undergraduate Medical Education (UME)
Get information on MIHS Undergraduate Medical and the Education Senior Electives Catalogues.
For a general overview of the Catalogue and additional information regarding our Undergraduate Medical Education program, click here.
For a detailed description of each elective, click on one of the following links:
- Emergency Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Obstetrics / Gynecology
- Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
To learn more about the wide variety of Continuing Medical Education opportunities MIHS offers physicians, click here.
- Residency Programs
- Residency Benefits
- Resident Contracts & Application Policies
- What is the ERAS?
- About the Phoenix Area
In addition to the information on MIHS programs you may access FREIDA Online, a database containing information on approximately 7,500 graduate medical education programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and 200 combined specialty programs.
For further information on Graduate Medical Education at Maricopa Medical Center or additional information on any of the specific residency programs presented above please contact Toni Washington at: Toni.Washington@mihs.org.
All of the Maricopa Integrated Health System residencies offer unique opportunities for learning during their program years. For information on individual programs, please click on the link following the paragraph. Each departmental residency program brochure is available using this method. All programs offer opportunities for 4th year medical school rotations, scheduled personal interview times, and participation in the NRMP.
Emergency Medicine - Maricopa Medical Center is the busiest trauma center in the Phoenix area. Residents are exposed to a wide variety of trauma, as well as routine emergency medicine. To broaden the experience, residents also rotate to other Emergency Departments in Valley hospitals to learn about emergency medicine in private hospital settings.
For more information about Emergency Medicine, click here.
Internal Medicine - Approximately seventy-five percent of the graduates of this program enter general internal medicine. The program is ideally designed to train a well-rounded, competent internist to care for patients in the hospital as well as the ambulatory clinic. Approximately forty percent of training takes place in the ambulatory setting. The program offers a diverse exposure to medicine in family health care centers where residents experience continuity of care. Other features of the program are the rotations at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, which enable residents to learn about medical care in a large private clinic. Opportunities are also available for residents to take electives at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.
For more information about Internal Medicine, click here.
Obstetrics / Gynecology - This program is sponsored by Maricopa Medical Center, but is integrated with St. Joseph's Hospital thereby offering the experiential benefits of both a public and private hospital setting. The new labor and delivery suite and women's care center provide facilities for caring for a growing patient population. Residents also rotate through other private hospitals in the Phoenix area.
For more information about Obstetrics / Gynecology, click here.
Pediatrics - This program is integrated with Phoenix Children's Hospital. The program features a strong ambulatory component, as well as an outstanding psycho-social curriculum. Residents rotate through school health clinics and other community settings.
For more information about Pediatrics, click here.
Podiatric Medicine & Surgery - Postgraduate training in podiatric medicine and surgery at Maricopa Health System provides the challenges you might be looking for. Very few podiatrists ever get the opportunity to work at a level one trauma and burn facility.
For more information about Podiatry, click here.
Psychiatry - The Psychiatry program provides residents with individualized and progressive responsibilities to treat patients in acute and long-term settings. Affiliations with the Arizona State Hospital, the Regional Behavioral Health Authority and numerous community-based treatment settings allow the resident to gain a wide perspective on patient care while receiving extensive supervision in a broad range of classical and contemporary treatment modalities.
For more information about Psychiatry, click here.
Child Psychiatry - The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training Program is the latest addition to the residency programs offered by MIHS. This ACGME accredited two-year training program enrolled its first residents in July 2003. Currently, the program consists of 6 positions, 3 per training year.
The program offers a comprehensive training in child and adolescent psychiatry. The program includes rotations at a variety of settings, providing a balanced clinical training experience. Rotations include inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings, and specialty clinics. Trainees receive ongoing individual supervision, in addition to rotation-specific supervision.
For more information about Child Psychiatry, click here.
Radiology - The Department of Radiology is fully dedicated to resident growth and education. With the MIHS mission, To provide a full spectrum of high quality, wellness oriented healthcare in an organized, cost sensitive and customer oriented academic environment, in mind, our goal is to turn out competent, compassionate radiologist who will not only succeed on a professional level but also continue on as future educators.
For more information about Radiology, click here.
Surgery - General surgery and surgical specialties currently use 132 beds at Maricopa Medical Center. We see a large caseload of Level I traumas, and our 45-bed Burn Center serves as a regional Burn Center. Affiliations include the Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, and Medical Center, and Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. These relationships provide our residents with a diverse patient population and a wide variety of preoperative, operative and postoperative experiences.
For more information about Surgery, click here.
2012 - 2013 Stipends:
• PGY I: $48,433.19
• PGY II: $50,132.38
• PGY III: $52,450.89
• PGY IV: $55,232.38
• PGY V: $57,167.94
• PGY VI: $59,484.96
• PGY VII: $61,383.60
Available insurance for resident and dependents:
• Health and dental
• Occurrence medical liability
• Long Term Disability Insurance
• PGY I - II: 3 weeks (15 working days)
• PGY III and above: 4 weeks (20 working days)
- Sample MIHS Resident Physician Contract – Click here.
- MIHS Policy #40201MT: Applicant Eligibility for Entry to MIHS – Click here.
- MIHS Policy #40202MT: Applicant Selection – Click here.
- MIHS Policy #40203MT: Sponsoring Visas – Click here.
- MIHS Policy #40204MT: Notifications to Resident Applicants – Click here.
What is ERAS?
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has developed ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service to transmit residency applications, Letters of Recommendation, Dean's Letters, transcripts, and other supporting documents to residency program directors via the Internet. ERAS is available to students and graduates of foreign medical schools through ECFMG, which serves as their designated Dean's Office.
Where can I get more information and an ERAS application kit?
• Through your Medical School Dean's Office.
• Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) Website –Click here.
• For Foreign Medical Graduates, from ECFMG. Click here to find out more information about the ERAS system, or request an ERAS application kit.
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