University of Miami : Jackson Memorial Hospital

Med-Peds Residency Program (R-60)
1611 NW 12 Ave, Central 600D
Miami, FL 33136
Phone: (305) 585-5954
Fax: (305) 585-7381
 

Program Director: Jonathan Tolentino, MD

Program Coordinator: Sadiz Torres

Home Page: JMH Med-Peds Program & Jackson Health Hospital

Information Email: storres3@miami.edu

Program Description:

The University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Med-Peds program has the distinction of being located in one of the largest medical campuses in the South Eastern United States and one of the most diverse cities in the United States. As a tertiary and quaternary referral center for the South Eastern United States, the Caribbean, Central and South America, our patient population is as diverse as it is fascinating. Over the years, several centers for excellence in clinical care and research have evolved on our campus providing a multitude of opportunities for career development at the resident level.

Members since: 2003

Program Size (Residents/Year): 5

 

UM/JMH Med-Peds Primary Care/Transitional Care Student Elective (MDR 1013)

Prerequisites: Successful completion of both Internal Medicine and Pediatric Core Clerkships

Elective Duration: 4-week elective for visiting students.  2 weeks with approval by course director

Course Director: Dr. Jonathan Tolentino

Course Coordinator/Contact: Sadiz Torres storres3@miami.edu

Application Process: Allopathic students apply through VSAS.  Currently, we only accept osteopathic students from Nova University.  Students/observers from international medical schools are not eligible for this elective.

Course Overview: Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics is a unique specialty that trains physicians in the care of patients of all ages.  The elective aims to give students exposure to Med-Peds in an urban primary care practice setting.  Students will see routine care of newborns, infants, children, adolescents and adults, as well as care for patients with complex pediatric diseases as they transition into adulthood.

Rotation Goals: Students will receive (1) exposure to the Med-Peds specialty and the unique opportunities the career can provide, (2) broad clinical training in the care of adult and pediatric outpatients in a major urban setting and (3) exposure and didactic training in transitional care of the complex pediatric patient.

For more information and the full course description, please contact Sadiz Torres.

 

Residents: 20
Faculty: 3
Program Directors: 1
Associate Program Directors: 1
Program Coordinators: 1

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