Eastern Niagara Hospitalís Family Medicine Residency Program
Eastern Niagara Hospital’s newly established Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency Program, sponsored by the Lake Erie Consortium for Osteopathic Medical Training (LECOMT), is in its second year of operation. Eastern Niagara Hospital (ENH), is the major health care provider for eastern Niagara County, New York. The Hospital’s combined Medical Staff has over 190 total practitioners (including about 100 active staff) who assist residents by sharing their expertise and mentoring residents in their respective specialties.
ENH operates an ambulatory surgery center, two urgent care centers, and an array of outpatient services throughout the region. Recently, the Hospital affiliated with the Kaleida Health System. This partnership provides physicians and with further access to tertiary services and support from renowned facilities, such as the Gates Vascular Institute, Erie County Medical Center, and the Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
A Note from Our Director
Eastern Niagara Hospital’s Family Practice Residency Program is entering its second year of training. At the present time there are nine residents (1 – PGY III, 4 – PGYII and 4 – PGYI). The program’s vision is to give residents a model of care that reflects compassion, excellence in medical intervention, and patient safety in providing the best patient care, while teaching the residents a way to improve their own quality of life. This vision is being met by the faculty’s and residents’ cooperative commitment in building a program reflecting upon its accomplishments and ready to meet the challenges of a young program.
As a resident, we want you to be dedicated to your own growth in the areas of: medical education, patient care, professionalism, and self-understanding in order to best meet the needs of your patients.
The support of Eastern Niagara Hospital created this residency program and its dedication to the growth of the program gives impetus for new horizons to be opened up to the residents. This dedication is witnessed in the new clinic the hospital is establishing for the residency program in the community and the ongoing faculty recruitment facilitating the growth of this program.
If you wish to be considered as participant in our innovative program please contact us by calling the Graduate Medical Education Department at (716) 514-5644.
John Dyster, MD
Meet Other Members of Our Faculty & Program
Nicholas Varallo, MD
Madhav Deshmukh, MD
Sandra Yale, DO
Residents complete rotations through numerous specialties, while being mentored by members of the Hospital’s Medical Staff. Residents also provide services at a clinic, the Eastern Niagara Medical Group, located in the local community.
|ROTATIONS OGME 1||ROTATIONS OGME 2|
|Inpatient Hospital||20 weeks||Inpatient Hospital||12 weeks|
|Cardiology||4 weeks||Surgery||8 weeks|
|Ob/GYN||4 weeks||Electives||6 weeks|
|Emergency Medicine||4 weeks||Community Medicine||4 weeks|
|Outpatient Pediatrics||4 weeks||Emergency Medicine||4 weeks|
|Surgery||4 weeks||OB/GYN||4 weeks|
|ICU||2 weeks||Outpatient Pediatrics||4 weeks|
|Pulmonology||2 weeks||Office Based Medicine||4 weeks|
|Sports Medicine||2 weeks||Research||2 weeks|
|Research||2 weeks||Vacation||4 weeks|
|ROTATIONS OGME 3|
|Inpatient Hospital||12 weeks|
|Practice Management||4 weeks|
|Inpatient Pediatrics||4 weeks|
For more information, call ENH’s Graduate Medical Education Department at (716) 514-5644.