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1 NCNM Residency Program MaryK Geyer, ND Associate Dean, Director of Residencies 503-552-1697 mgeyer@ncnm.edu

2 Residency Organizations CNME (Council on Naturopathic Medical Education) –http://www.cnme.org/http://www.cnme.org/ NPGA (Naturopathic Post Graduate Association) –http://www.np-ga.com/http://www.np-ga.com/ NERC (Naturopathic Education and Residency Consortium) –http://www.naturopathicresidency.org/new/http://www.naturopathicresidency.org/new/

3 Residency Site Structure Sponsor Institution Teaching Clinic (NCNM Clinic) Distant Sites Shared NCNM/Distant Sites

4 National College of Natural Medicine Community Clinics Teaching Experience Academic Medical Center

5 Shared NCNM/Distant Sites CNM/NCNM AWT/NCNMWomens Health & Adv. Gyn/NCNM

6 Interested in Developing Your Own Residency? Historically, many new residency sites have developed from students who had an established relationship with a physician/clinic Universal Residency Site Application 2-4 month window for development of a new site Residencies can not be developed for one person Positions must be advertised to all eligible candidates

7 Residency Application Process Universal Application Application and fee still need to be submitted to individual schools Sponsor school essays unified, but individual sites may require individual essays.

8 Matching Program Created to minimize unfilled residency positions Eliminates one candidate getting multiple offers Sites supervisor and candidate still responsible for deciding placement

9 Matching Program NPGA Match Administrator will hold the Residency Site Preference List for all candidates Residency Directors hold Resident Preference List from site supervisors Directors and Match Administrator meet to match preferences in April/May

10 Questions?

11 NCNM Residency Opportunities

12 NCNM Residencies NCNM currently (2013-2014) has: –8 First Year (PGY1) NCNM positions –3 Second Year (PGY2) NCNM positions –3 shared NCNM-Distant site position (PYG1). –14 Affiliate site clinics (PGY1 & 2)

13 NCNM Residencies NCNMs Upcoming 2014-2015 Cycle: 7 First Year NCNM Positions 2 nd /3 rd Year NCNM Positions: 3 Positions 1 Shared NCNM-Distant Site Position AWT/NCNM 11 Distant Site Residencies New sites may be added before application closes on January 13- Stay Posted

14 NCNM Teaching Clinic Rich multi-disciplinary learning environment – Eclectic Training Residency involves supervising student teaching shifts. Experience serving community clinics Resident Education

15 NCNMs Community Clinics Currently NCNM residents serve 11 Community Clinics Each of these clinics serves diverse populations; allowing for a rich education working with different population needs, expanding cultural awareness, & serving our communities.

16 Workloadfor NCNM Residents Clinical Experience: Approximately 6 shifts/week+ 1 call shift: On-Site, Community Clinic, and Supervising Hydrotherapy Student Shifts External Rotations Ability to set up Private Practice Shifts, if desired Teaching: Clinical Skills Labs (CPD) and Gyn Labs Participating in Clinical Milestone Exams, Clinic Synthesis Courses, and other misc. education activities Weekly Resident Education lecture/meeting: Lecture, Simulation, Teaching Development, Personal and Professional Development, Journal Review

17 NCNM 1 st Year Resident Salary & Benefits Salary: Projected 33 K, this may increase depending on budgetary availability Time off: 12 personal days, 5 education days, 5 bereavement CE Budget: $100/year (Note: CE hours are covered through resident education)

18 A Womans Time/NCNM Tori Hudson, ND and MaryK Geyer, ND ¼ Time spent at NCNM Teaching Clinic, ¾ time spent at A Womans Time. Primary care with focus on womens medicine, pediatric care, and pain management Participate in the care of patients, management and writing new material for public relations, and have an obligation to ensure the continuing of naturopathic care.

19 Integrative Womens Health, Advanced Gynecology/NCNM Kimberly Windstar, ND and MaryK Geyer, ND ½ time Womens Health shifts ½ time NCNM clinic shifts Requires previous mentor shift experience with Dr. Windstar Not Participating in the 2014-2015 Match Cycle

20 Center for Natural Medicine/NCNM Martin Milner, ND and MaryK Geyer, ND ¾ time Cardiopulmonary teaching shifts ¼ time NCNM teaching shifts ECG testing, Pulmonary function testing Stress tests, body composition analysis, etc. Only applicants from the Heart and Lung mentor rotations at CNM will be considered. Not Participating in the 2014-2015 Match Cycle

21 NCNM Distant Residency Opportunities

22 A Family Healing Center Jason Black, ND and Jessie Black, ND - McMinnville, OR Primary care with focus on womens medicine, pediatric care, and pain management Participate in the care of patients, management and writing new material for public relations, and have an obligation to ensure the continuing of naturopathic care.

23 A Womans Time - Integrative Residency Tori Hudson, ND – Portland, OR Private patients, clinical rotations, research, public speaking and writing Primary care with a practice emphasis on Women s Health Clinical rotations with specialty physicians in the areas of gynecology, surgery, oncology, cardiology, gastroenterology, dermatology, internal medicine, rheumatology, endocrinology, ophthalmology, ENT, family practice, neurology and pediatrics.

24 An Hao Natural Health Clinic Edythe Vickers, ND, LAc – Portland, OR Primary care with focus on Womens health, chronic illness, and cancer care. Candidates must be licensed to practice both naturopathic medicine and Chinese medicine. Not Participating in the 2014- 2015 Match Cycle

25 Canby Clinic Erin Walker, ND - Canby, OR Small town family practice with a focus in primary care, manual medicine and IV Therapy.

26 Center for Natural Medicine Martin Milner, ND – Portland, OR Primary Care with an emphasis on Cardio- Pulmonary testing & treatment Resident will see patients in Dr. Milners private practice. Extensive training in EKG, Pulmonary function tests, Stress tests, & body composition analysis Requires Cardio-pulmonary mentor shift experience. Not Participating in the 2014-2015 Match Cycle

27 Full Circle Care Leslie Peterson, ND – Salt Lake City, UT Primary focus is on adult internal medicine with emphases in endocrinology, reproductive health, gastroenterology, and autoimmune diseases. Candidates must intend to practice in Utah after residency to be considered for this position.

28 Grain Integrative Health Lindsay Baum, ND & Sarah Kates-Chinoy, ND - Portland, OR Primary care integrative medicine – whole family healthcare from infancy through hospice care, and accessibility for acute care management is emphasized. Requires flexibility and a desire to learn about all aspects of operating a clinic and establishing a medical practice.

29 Hoo Lokahi Heath Center Michael Traub, ND – Kailua Kona, HI General practice focusing on dermatology and oncology. Physical medicine, homeopathy, IV therapy and nutritional counseling Conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about patient care.

30 Integrative Healing Arts Lawrence Chan, ND – Vancouver, BC Primary Care including weight loss and age management. Clinic incorporates Naturopathic medicine, Chiropractic medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Massage Therapy. Residents will be able to supplement their clinical experience with intensive rotations with other specialists in the community.

31 University of Bridgeport Jennifer Johnson, ND – Bridgeport CT General family medicine at UB health Center and/or satellite clinics, working with supervising physicians on student teaching shifts. Strong academic and teaching experience preferred.

32 Arthritis Care Carla Guggenheim, DO, Nicholas Morgan, ND-Lansing, MI Clinical focus in rheumatology and polypharmacy. Residents work closely with Dr. Guggenheim and other clinic providers to provide quality patient care and spend approximately 75% of their time providing patient care.

33 Cameron Wellness Center Todd Cameron, BSN, NMD-SLC, UT General Naturopathic family practice, endocrine health, IV therapy, injection therapies, weight loss, Bio-Impedance analysis, detoxification protocols, Skenar technology, Doppler technology, simple wound repair and minor surgery.

34 Portland Clinic of Holistic Health Eric Blake, ND, DAc Primary care with wide span of clinical cases including complicated recalcitrant conditions. Areas of educational focus will include oncology, womens medicine, infectious disease, respiratory disease, autoimmune disease and pediatrics. Resident is expected to participate in community outreach and wellness lectures.

35 CHECK WEBSITE BEFORE APPLICATION SUBMISSION FOR ADDITIONAL SITES Dr. MaryK Geyer Elisa Ford mgeyer@ncnm.edumgeyer@ncnm.edu eford@ncnm.edueford@ncnm.edu 503-552-1697 503-552-1847 www.ncnm.edu


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