Family Medicine Residency Community Benefits Taxonomy I Part IA (Family Medicine Center Info)

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Taxonomy Section I Part IA

Family medicine teams of the Cascades East Family Medicine Residency; Klamatha Falls, Oregon
Family medicine teams of the Cascades East Family Medicine Residency; Klamatha Falls, Oregon

SD I.1 (New) What is the number of family medicine residency graduates that will be graduating in the following years?

2005 ___ 2006 ___ 2007 ___

Site-visited profiled residencies:

Las Vegas                    (3; 4; 5)

Fresno                          (11; 11; 11)

Springfield                    (8; 8; 8)

Glasgow                       (4; 4; 4)

Lexington                     (6; 7; 8)

OHSU Portland            (12; 12; 12)

E-mail responses (2005 Questionnaire 1):

UCSD                          (7; 7; 7)

UCSD St Vincent         (2; 1; 2)

UC Irvine                     (10; 10; 10)

White Memorial            (7; 6; 7)

Riverside                      (-; -; -)

Modesto                      (9; 9; 9)

Indiana                         (5; 12; 10)

Whittier                        (6; 6; 6)

Arrowhead                   (17; 16; 12)

Loma Linda                  (5; 6; 7)

Glendale                       (8; 8; 8)

Dayton Community       (4; 6; 6)

Decatur                        (3; 3; 5)

Mercer                         (8; 8; 8)

Klamath Falls               (6; 7; 7)

Lehigh Valley                (5; 6; 7)

Mercy Toledo              (5; 7; 8)

Kaiser LA                    (8; 8; 9)

Tyler                            (5; 7; 7)

NPCB P2 I.1a (SD I.1) What is the number of family medicine residency graduates that will be graduating in the following years?

2006 ___ 2007 ___ 2008 ___

Sparrow                       (10; 9; 9)

Huntsville                      (10; 12; 12 or 13)

Ventura                        (13; 13; 13)

Long Beach                  (8; 8; 8)

U Penn                         (6; 6; 6)

Crozer-Keystone          (7; 7; 7)

Jefferson                       (9; 9; 9)

McKeesport                 (8; 7; 6)

Oahu                            (5; 7; 6)

Shadyside                     (9; 9; 10)

Altoona                        (6; 4; 5)

St Margaret                  (12; 10; 12)

Fairfax                          (7; 8; 8)

*NPCB P2 I.1b (SD I.1) What is the number of family medicine residency graduates that will be graduating in the following years?

2007 ___ 2008 ___ 2009 ___

Santa Rosa                   (12; 12; 12)

Reading                        (6; 6; 6)

York                            (8; 8; 8)

Lebanon                       (7; 6; 6)

Billings                          (6; 6; 6)

SD I.2 I.1.2 Do you expect the number of residency graduates in 2008 to be higher, lower or the same as the number graduating in the previous years? Higher ___ Lower ___ The same ___

Higher:

Las Vegas

The Same:

Fresno

Springfield

Glasgow

Lexington

OHSU Portland

E-mail responses (2005 Questionnaire 1)

Higher:

Loma Linda

Klamath Falls

Kaiser LA

The Same:

UCSD Traditional

UCSD St Vincent

UC Irvine

White Memorial

Modesto

Whittier

Glendale

Dayton Community

Decatur

Mercer

Lehigh Valley

Mercy Toledo

Tyler

Lower:

Riverside

Indiana

No Response:

Arrowhead

NPCB P2 I.1.2a (SD I.2) Do you expect the number of residency graduates in 2009 to be higher, lower or the same as the number graduating in 2006? Higher ___ Lower ___ The same ___

Higher:

Huntsville

Fairfax                          (Only because a resident left that would have graduated in 2006)

The same:

Ventura

Long Beach

U Penn

Crozer-Keystone

Jefferson

Oahu

Shadyside

Altoona

St Margaret

Lower:

Sparrow                       (By a resident or two)

McKeesport

*NPCB P2 I.1.2b (SD I.2) Do you expect the number of residency graduates in 2010 to be higher, lower or the same as the number graduating in the previous years? Higher ___ Lower ___ The same ___

The same:

Reading

York

Lebanon

Billings

The same or Lower:

Santa Rosa

SD I.1.3 If the answer to SD I.2 is “higher”, is it your expectation that the amount of medical care provided in your family medicine center will be at a higher level than in previous years? Yes __ No __

Yes:

Las Vegas

E-mail responses (2005 Questionnaire 1)

Yes:

UCSD Traditional

Loma Linda

Klamath Falls

No:

Kaiser LA

Comments:

Whittier                        (If there is a need for additional providers, we will hire another faculty or mid-level provider)

NPCB P2 I.1.3a (SD I.3) If the answer to NPCB P2 I.2.1 is “higher”, is it your expectation that the amount of medical care provided in your family medicine center will be at a higher level than in 2006?

Yes __ No __

Yes:

Huntsville                      (It would be difficult to increase our outpatient commitments; however, the RRC has cited us for too few visits.)

*NPCB P2 I.1.3b (SD I.3) If the answer to NPCB P2 I.2.1 is “higher”, is it your expectation that the amount of medical care provided in your family medicine center will be at a higher level than in 2007?

Yes __ No __

No responses to date.

NPCB P2 I.1.4 (SD I.4) If the amount of medical care provided is expected to be higher, is this part of an administration plan to increase the level of service provided by your residency program?  Yes __ No __

Yes:

Las Vegas

Huntsville

E-mail responses (2005 Questionnaire 1)

Yes:

UCSD Traditional

Loma Linda

Klamath Falls

No:

Kaiser LA

*NPCB P2 I.1.5 (SD I.5) If the answer to NPCB P2 I.1.4 is yes, explain the reasons for increasing the size and level of service of your residency program:

Las Vegas                    (Community needs; specifically, Las Vegas is the fastest growing city in the United States, with 5000 people a month coming here; there are insufficient health providers of any type for the community’s growth)

Huntsville                      (Because in 2005-06 the program is short residents; the increase restores the program to its original size.)

E-mail responses (2005 Questionnaire 1)

UCSD Traditional         (Residents need to see more patient volume to meet RRC requirements.  Financial support of program through the institution is in part based on overall performance of residency program in comparison to private practice model.)

Loma Linda                  (We started a rural track in Hanford, California to improve care to rural California.  We increased to 8 interns in 2005, with 2 going to Hanford for PGY2 in 2006.)

Klamath Falls               (The need for greater in-hospital coverage and to accommodate work duty hour limitations in a busy practice.  We also want to maintain our “hospitalist” role in delivering in-house admission and consultation services to surgeons, orthopaedists and others)

Kaiser LA                    (Expanding from 8-8-8 to 9-9-9 to provide same level of service, but in compliance with “duty hours”)

*NPCB P2 I.1.6 If the answer to NPCB P2 I.2.1 is “lower”, explain the reasons why you expect it to be so:

Sparrow                       (We have redesigned the program to operate in an 8-8-8 configuration.)

McKeesport                 (Because the McKeesport area’s population is decreasing, the number of patients seen in the family medicine center is decreasing also; the program director chose to lower the number of residents in order to meet the RRC expectations for resident productivity and enrich the resident-faculty ratio)

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