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Review Residency Gitu Receives Health Education Award Program Development
Winter 2016
1115 W. Call St. | Tallahassee, FL 32306
GRADUATE MEDICAL
EDUCATION
Residency
Review
ADVANCING KNOWLEDGE. TRANSFORMING LIVES.
Program Development
Continues for IM
Dr. Karen Hamad, associate program director,
Dr. Raymond D. Hautamaki, faculty, and Dr.
Wilhelmine Wiese-Rometsch, program director
W
e had a very successful program
site visit for the Internal Medicine
Residency Program at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. Dr. Wilhelmine WieseRometsch, Dr. Karen Hamad, Dr. Steve
Taylor and the team at Sarasota Memorial presented a well-developed program design, enthusiastic leadership
support and engaged faculty when Dr.
Li Tang visited Jan. 14. We anticipate
a positive response when the Internal
Medicine Review Committee meets in
April. The program requested 13 residents per year in the new program application. Sarasota Memorial will be
developing a new clinic site in an underserved area of Sarasota for ambulatory training of the residents.
Gitu Receives Health Education Award
Dr. Alfred Gitu, faculty, Family
Medicine Residency Program
at Lee Memorial Health System
(LMHS) in Fort Myers, received
the Award for Health Education
by Lee County Medical Society
in recognition of being an exemplary physician who educates
other physicians and health
workers, and for his dedication
to caring for the community.
Dr. Alfred Gitu and Dr. Gary
Dr. Gitu has received numerGoforth, program director
ous written and oral commendations from residents and medical students over the past
nine years while he served as a residency faculty member in
South Carolina and now Fort Myers (since 2012).
He currently serves admirably on numerous institutional committees at LMHS, Lee Physician Group and the
Lee Physical Hospital Organization. Dr. Gitu is a graduate
of the Lee Physician Group Physician Leadership Institute
(Class of 2015). In the residency program, he serves as the
curriculum coordinator for the inpatient medicine, adult
medicine selective, pulmonary/ICU, neurology, emergency
medicine and neurology rotations.
His scholarly activity is also quite impressive with his
authorship of six book chapters and seven peer-reviewed
journal publications since 2011. He has been the primary
faculty member responsible for several innovations in medicine – developing a collaboration between the pharmacy and
family medicine residencies for training and patient care in
the Family Medicine Clinic, the structuring of Academic Afternoon to allow for both didactic and interactive activities
to enhance residency education, and the development of a
new professional enhancement series for residents. Please
join us in congratulating Dr. Gitu.
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Accreditation Received
Dean’s Day at Capitol
FSU’s College of Medicine was well
represented on Dean's Day at the state
Capitol. Pictured are Dr. Alma Littles,
senior associate dean for medical education
and academic affairs; Amanda Danley,
class of 2016; Dr. John Fogarty, dean; Dr.
Anthony Herzog, internal medicine resident at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare;
and Danielle Guinan, class of 2017.
AHA Heartwalk
The AHA Heart Walk on Dec. 12 was
well attended by our Family Medicine
Residency clinic staff, under the direction of faculty member Dr. Rose Anne
Illes. The program has participated for
the past three years. The walk is a 5K at
Centennial Park in downtown Fort Myers. Thanks to all who were able to help
sponsor our walkers since this is a major fundraiser for the American Heart
Association.
On Jan. 17, we received notification from
the Dermatology Review Committee that
the FSU-Sponsored Dermatology Residency Program at Dermatology Associates of
Tallahassee received initial accreditation. After the site visit in June 2015, there was a
long delay until the review committee met
in January 2016, but the outcome was positive. The program is registered in ERAS and
NRMP to participate in the 2016 Match and
Dr. George Cohen,
will be recruiting two PGY-2 residents to
founding program
begin in July 2016 and two PGY-2 to begin
director
in July 2017. Congratulations to Dr. George
Cohen, the program director, Faith Stoutamire, program coordinator, and the rest of the committed faculty at Dermatology Associates.
Family Medicine Residency
Program Director Dr. Gary
Goforth was pleased to accept appointment by the
Florida surgeon general
with confirmation by the
Florida Senate to the Florida Physician Workforce
Advisory Council. He will
be representing ACGME
-accredited residency programs on the council as it
works toward alleviating
the shortage of physicians
in our state.
On Jan. 25, Dr. Gregory
Todd, Internal Medicine
Residency Program director at Tallahassee Memorial
HealthCare, participated in
“Medical, Legal, and Ethical Aspects of Pain Management in Florida” at the FSU
Alumni Center. Dr. Todd
did an excellent job serving
as a presenter.
Coordinator’s Corner
Join us in welcoming two new residency coordinators to the FSU College of Medicine . . .
Katie Axiotis has been hired as
the Internal Medicine Residency
Program coordinator at Sarasota Memorial Health System.
Katie has been working in medical education since 1999, when
she began her role as Standardized Patient Program associate
Katie Axiotis
at Northeastern Ohio Medical
University in Rootstown, Ohio. After relocating
to Florida in 2009, she joined the staff of Lake Erie
College of Medicine in Bradenton, as the standardized patient coordinator. In that position,
she worked closely with medical students and
clinical faculty to facilitate teaching and testing
activities. She joined the staff of the FSU College
of Medicine Sarasota Campus as the administrative assistant in 2014. She earned her bachelor's
and master's degrees at Kent State University in
Kent, Ohio. She and her husband, George, live in
Sarasota with their rescue dog, Lulu.
Inez Hudlow as been hired as
the Internal Medicine Residency
Program coordinator at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare.
Inez grew up in Lynn, Massachusetts, just north of Boston.
Prior to moving to Tallahassee,
she was the senior administraInez Hudlow
tive coordinator at Boston University’s Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Throughout her career, Inez never imagined she’d
be working in medical education, let alone in an
internal medicine residency program. She says,
“I’m glad to have gotten the opportunity, as there
is so much to learn from the faculty and residents
that come through the office on a daily basis.”
Outside of work, her interests include spending
time with family, shopping, sports and planning
the next family vacation.
Dermatology
Fellows at Work
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Tumor board is a multidisciplinary, challenging
case that allows the fellows to review the background of the patient (health history, family background, current health, etc.) to enhance patient care and quality of treatment, specific to the patient’s diagnos(es) and medical condition.
Dr. Conor Dolehide, fellow, Dr. Armand Cognetta, Fellowship Program director, and Dr. Kaisa van der Kooi, fellow
- Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology
Additionally, Dr. Conor Dolehide attended the
Florida Medical Association Medical Economics
and Practice Innovation Board meeting in Coral
Gables, Florida. Dr. Dolehide is an active member
of the FMA Board of Governors. The board members actively seek to provide an educated recommendation on policies affecting future health care
practices within the state. Such topics include the
regulation and discipline associated with medical practices, hospital privileges for nonmedical
health-care practitioners, physician payment and
reimbursement, credentialing data collections,
and medical economics.
Poster Presentation
Dr. Brian Seilus, Family Medicine Residency Program
faculty, presented Implementing a Pharmacist-Led Warfarin Clinic in a Family Medicine Residency - A Team-Based
Approach to Improve Patient Care, during the recent Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference in
Dallas.
Recent Scholarly
Activity for General Surgery
Residency Faculty
O, Kundel A, Ramirez
Valderrama A, Castro A. Gastrojejunal Anastomosis Perforation after Gastric Bypass on a
Patient with Underlying Pancreatic Cancer: A Case Report and
Review of the Literature. Case
Rep Surg, 2015; 170901. doi:
10.1155/2015/170901.
nBellorin O, Kundel A, Sharma
S, Ramirez Valderrama, A, Lee P.
Training model for laparoscopic
Heller and Dor fundoplication: a
tool for laparoscopic skills training and assessment-construct
validity using the GOALS score.
Surg Endosc, 2015; [Epub ahead
of print]
nRamirez Valderrama A, Douglas W. Robotic resection of a
pancreatic tail tumor resulting
in an intrapancreatic accessory
spleen. Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons,
Boston, Massachusetts, (March
16-19, 2016).
nNguyen D, Dhanabalsamy
N, Ramirez Valderrama A, Lo
Menzo E, Ordonez A, Szomstein S, Rosenthal R. Laparoscopic Subtotal Gastrectomy &
Roux-en-Y
esophagojejunostomy for Chronic Leak Following Sleeve Gastrectomy. Surg
Obes Relat Dis, 2015; 11(6):
S181. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.
soard.2015.08.286
nHurt J. “Evolution of Aortic
Valve Surgery.” Southern Vitreoretinal Associates, Tallahassee, FL. 23 January 2016. Local
presentation.
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General Surgery New Residency Recruitment
nBellorin
Dean John Fogarty with medical students from the University of South Alabama
School of Medicine and the Texas A&M Health Science College of Medicine Round Rock
The General Surgery Residency Program at Tallahassee Memorial
HealthCare recently concluded its first recruiting season. Informal
meet-and-greet socials, hosted at the Hotel Duval the evening before interviews, were attended by residency candidates, program
faculty and administration. Dean John Fogarty, M.D., Joan Y. Meek,
M.D., and Chris Mulrooney, Ph.D., also participated in the events to
welcome the guests. The program is looking forward to Match Day
and welcoming its first class of residents this July.
Congratulations
to Dr. Roy Klossner, PGY-3 Family
Medicine resident,
on his approval to
Dr. Klossner begin serving on the
faculty effective April 2016. Dr.
Klossner was the first resident to
sign a contract in our new residency program and will be the
first graduate to serve on the faculty.
Dr. James Toldi,
PGY-3 Family Medicine resident was
selected for a sports
medicine fellowship
in New Mexico.
Dr. Toldi
Dr.
Wilhelmine
Wiese-Rometsch,
program director,
upcoming Internal
Medicine Residency in Sarasota, will
Dr. Wiesepresent
Strategies
Rometsch
for a Successful Residency Application at the Sarasota
Campus on March 23 from 12:30
to 1:15 p.m.
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Internal Medicine Program Selects
New Co-Chiefs
Inez Hudlow, coordinator, and Dr. Greg Todd, program director
Our Internal Medicine (IM) Residency Program
at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare celebrates
the end of another successful recruitment season.
Dr. Russell
Please join us in congratulating
Drs. Rachel Russell and Vishal
Dahya, who were selected to
serve as our co-chief residents
for the upcoming academic
year, 2016-2017. We look forward to their
leadership and are confident
they will continue to follow in
the path of our current chiefs
who have already contributed
so much to the growth of our
program.
Dr. Dahya
IM Residents (front row) Dr. Tahirali Motiwala, Dr. Christina Kim and Dr. Cristin Sampson; (back row) medical student Nicholas Mangnitz and Dr. Suzin Duwaik
New Family
Congratulations
to
PGY-2 family medicine
resident Dr. Alyson
Sanchious on the birth
Ironman Triathlon held in Panama City, Florida, of her daughter, Alyssa
November 2015
Marie Sanchious, Jan.
12, at 5:25 p.m., weighing 6 pounds, 4 ounces
and 19½ inches tall.
Alyssa Marie Sanchious
General Surgery Presents Posters
Internal Medicine resident and co-chief Dr. Sura Jermanus
(center), with TMH Family Medicine residents, volunteering in the medical tent at the triathlon
Dr. Ramirez, faculty, Ms. Lewis, coordinator, and Dr.
Douglas, program director, at the annual College of
Medicine Research Fair, Feb. 8, 2016
A Message from our DIO
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Dr. Joan Y. Meek,
Associate Dean / Designated Institutional Official
The new and existing GME programs are eagerly anticipating the upcoming
National Resident Matching Program Main Match—THE Match! Results of
the match will be made public March 18. Candidates indicated great interest
in the new programs in general surgery at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
and dermatology at Dermatology Associates of Tallahassee. There were also
record numbers of applicants for the internal medicine and family medicine
programs. In the 2016 match, the programs will be recruiting eight categorical
and two preliminary residents in internal medicine, two categorical and two
preliminary residents in general surgery, six residents in family medicine, as
well as two dermatology residents to begin training in July 2016 and two residents to begin in July 2017.
Two PGY-2 transfer residents have signed contracts for the 2016-2017 academic year for general
surgery. Dr. Paul Clark, from the University of Texas Health Science Center Houston, and Dr. Emanuela Silva Alvarenga, from Cleveland Clinic Florida, will provide leadership as the new program begins
training residents. In addition, Dr. Matthew Hoffman matched for the Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Program at Dermatology Associates through the San Francisco Match. Dr. Hoffman completed dermatology residency at LSU Health New Orleans.
FSU College of Medicine GME program directors and coordinators from across the state will be
meeting at the College of Medicine in Tallahassee on May 11 for our annual Spring GME Retreat. Topics for this meeting will include leadership development, conflict resolution, College of Medicine resources, and opportunities for networking. The agenda will also include opportunities for participants
to share new ideas gleaned from the annual ACGME conference and the specialty-specific program
director/coordinator meetings.
On June 27, all incoming residents for 2016-2017 will participate in a full day of orientation to
the College of Medicine and its GME programs. This will provide an opportunity for residents from all
programs to meet one another, learn more about the FSU College of Medicine and complete mandatory
training.
GME Office Staff
Dr. Joan Meek
Dr. Chris Mulrooney
Mrs. Connie Donohoe
Mr. Jessee Graham
Joan Y. Meek, M.D. | Associate Dean, GME / Designated Institutional Official | [email protected] | 850.645.8449
Chris Mulrooney, Ph.D. | Assistant Dean | [email protected] | 850.645.9646
Connie Donohoe, M.P.H. | Program Mgr. (*Residency Review editor) | [email protected] | 850.645.6867
Jessee Graham | Program Associate | [email protected] | 850.645.9977
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