Transitional Year Medical Education Program
Thank You for your interest in Orange Regional Medical Center’s Transitional Year Internship Program! The mission of the Graduate and Undergraduate Medical Education Program at Orange Regional Medical Center is to prepare residents and students to be excellent physicians and well-developed individuals by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and practical applications of skills taught by a team of dedicated medical professionals.
The goal at Orange Regional is to foster the development of clinical knowledge, professional skills, compassionate behavior, and a caring attitude. These attributes are required of high-quality osteopathic interns.
Transitional Year Didactics
We provide outstanding clinical experiences and didactic learning opportunities, combined with an excellent quality of life. Our flexible curriculum allows plenty of time for electives, giving you the chance to further explore areas that interest you.
The program trains eight interns each year and can be, depending on the interest of the intern, tailored to emphasize Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery or other sub-specialties. The internship focuses on fundamentals of differential diagnosis and clinical problem solving. Interns master the techniques of history-taking and physical examination, gain expertise in the care of patients in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings and to develop competence in procedural skills.
In addition, interns also will be expected to master techniques of structural examination and manipulative treatment. Structural exams will be reviewed by the attending physician and regular conferences will be held to review and discuss structural and palpatory diagnosis and manipulative treatment. Interns have the opportunity to participate in our OMT clinic and osteopathic manipulative medicine conference weekly.
Basic Rotation Schedule
Family Medicine Outpatient - 4 weeks
Internal Medicine - 8 weeks
Emergency Medicine - 4 weeks
ICU/Critical Care - 4 weeks
General Surgery - 4 weeks
Pediatrics or Women's Health - 4 weeks
Research - 4 weeks
Elective 1 - 4 weeks
Elective 2 - 4 weeks
Elective 3 - 4 weeks
Vacation - 3 weeks
Selective - 4 weeks
Vacation - 7 days
For More Information & To Apply
Thank you for your consideration of our Transitional Year Program! If you have questions about the program, please contact our Administrative Director of the GME Program, Jenny Vosganian-Clancy, by phone: 845-333-1138 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications to Orange Regional Medical Center’s Residency Programs will only be accepted through ERAS, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Electronic Residency Application Service.
In 2011, Orange Regional Medical Center became the first new hospital in New York State in more than 20 years. Our progress is in maintaining the latest technology and the highest standards - reflected in our accreditations, rankings and awards.
MEET OUR TEAM
- Ulrick Vieux,
Psychiatry Residency Program Director
Ulrick Vieux DO, MS is the Psychiatry Residency Program Director/ Acting Chief of the Orange Regional Behavioral and Mental Health Counseling Services. Dr. Vieux completed his undergraduate degree at Cornell University, master's degree at Columbia University-College of Physicians and Surgeons and his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed a family medicine residency at New York Medical College (Brooklyn-Queens campus) and psychiatry-child and adolescent psychiatry at St.Luke's and Roosevelt Hospital Center.
- Elliot Mayefsky,
- Cristian Castro-Nunez,
- Dulaya Santikul, DO, FACOEP,
Residency Program Director
- Sajid A. Mir,
- John J. Dermigny,
Graduate Medical Education