We pride ourselves on:
- Earning an A+ Rating for Graduate Medical Education. We are the first institution in the nation to be awarded full accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education six years in a row.
- Faculty who are local, state, and national leaders in community pediatrics, advocacy, health care delivery, health sciences research, and bench research.
- Maintaining a strong partnership with the community, which allows all pediatric and combined internal medicine-pediatric residents to participate in the "Pediatric Links with the Community (PLC). The nationally recognized program, now housed in the Hoekelman center, serves as a model for residency training in community health. Read about resident reflections and community experiences.
- Offering a rigorous program within a supportive environment. Our program is designed to provide intellectual depth and professional growth through clinical experiences and educational opportunities.
Congratulations to Our Residents!
- Jon Slothower recently publish
- Elizabeth Nocera recently published "Tempering pediatric hospitalist supervision of residents improves admission process efficiency without decreasing quality of care" in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.
- Melissa Tsuoboyama recently published "Using patient characteristics to predict usefulness of abdominal computed tomography in children" in Hospital Pediatrics.
- 2014 PAS presenter: Danielle Renodin-Mead "Use of novel respiratory monitor to determine provider accuracy in assessing change of chest wiggle in high frequency ventilation".
- 2014 Society of Hospital Medicine Abstract: Anna Bottar "Vacular ring: An uncommon presentation of alte and feeding intolerance in infancy".
- 2014 SMH Pediatric Grand Rounds Research Presenters:
- Daneille Renodin-Mead: Use of novel respiratory monitor to determine provider accuracy in assessing change of chest wiggle in high frequency ventilation.
- Megan Callan: Kids Thrive 585
- Danielle Flanigan: Efficacy of bortezomib in metastatic osteoscarcoma.
In the News
- Plans for the new Golisano Children's Hospital put patients and families first.
- The Rochester Youth Violence Partnership is 1 of 5 Nationally Recognized
- Tom McInerny, M.D., F.A.A.P., Associate Chair for Clinical Affairs in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), has been named the next president-elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).