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Welcome. Faculty COMPREHENSIVE / CATARACT SURGERY Cynthia A. Bradford, M.D. David W. Jackson, M.D. Deana S. Watts, M.D. Layne E. Goetzinger, M.D. Ralph.

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1 Welcome

2 Faculty COMPREHENSIVE / CATARACT SURGERY Cynthia A. Bradford, M.D. David W. Jackson, M.D. Deana S. Watts, M.D. Layne E. Goetzinger, M.D. Ralph Hester, M.D. Theresa Larson, M.D. Jean Hausheer, M.D. Ann Warn, M.D. CORNEA AND EXTERNAL DISEASES Rhea L. Siatkowski, M.D. Donald U. Stone, M.D. Alex Cohen, M.D., Ph.D. GLAUCOMA Steven R. Sarkisian, Jr., M.D. Gregory L. Skuta, M.D. Mahmoud Khaimi, MD NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY R. Michael Siatkowski, M.D. Bradley K. Farris, M.D. Anil D. Patel, M.D. UVEITIS Theresa Larson, M.D. Donald U. Stone, M.D. Stephen R. Fransen, M.D. OCULOPLASTIC P. Lloyd Hildebrand, M.D. Annie Moreau, M.D. Robert G. Small, M.D. (emeritus) PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY / STRABISMUS R. Michael Siatkowski, M.D. Lucas Trigler, M.D. Tammy Yanovitch, M.D. REFRACTIVE SURGERY David W. Jackson, M.D. Alex Cohen, M.D., Ph.D. Jean Hausheer, M.D. RETINA/VITREOUS Regan H. Bradford, Jr., M.D. Vinay Shah, M.D. Robert E. Leonard II, M.D. Stephen R. Fransen, M.D. Ronald M. Kingsley, M.D. LOW VISION REHABILITATION Rebecca K. Morgan, M.D.

3 Our Chairman Dr Greg Skuta Our Program Director Dr Michael Siatkowski

4 Where we came from…

5 Where we’re going… ’13 – Plastics, Cornea, Glaucoma, Global Eye Care ’12 – Retina x 2, Cornea, Neuro ‘11 – Retina, Glaucoma, Comprehensive ‘10 -- Oculoplastic, Neuro, Peds ‘09 -- Retina, Peds, Comprehensive ‘08 -- Retina, Glaucoma, Comprehensive ‘07 -- Comprehensive x 3 ‘06 -- Peds, Comprehensive, Neuro

6 Why we picked DMEI…  Surgical Volume  Reputation  Clinical Experience  Preparation for Fellowship  Research  Faculty  Perks  Location

7 Hospitals and Clinics  Dean McGee Eye Institute  McGee Eye Surgery Center  Presbyterian Hospital  VA  Children’s Hospital

8 Dean McGee Eye Institute  one of the largest ophthalmology institutes in the United States  over 150,000 patient visits each year.  Large referral area - 40% of patients are from outside the Oklahoma City metro area.  Devoted to indigent care - >$1,000,000 of uncompensated care to needy Oklahomans  You will experience a wide variety of pathology as DMEI is the referral center for Oklahoma and parts of Texas and Arkansas

9 Presbyterian Hospital  adult hospital associated with OU Medical Center  only level 1 trauma center in the city

10 VA  The referral center for all of Oklahoma and parts of Texas and Arkansas  All surgical ophthalmology in the state is referred to OKC  3 months every year are spent at the VA

11 Children’s Hospital and Clinic  State children’s hospital  Brand new eye clinic  Provide vision screening clinics  Participate in ROP exams with Dr. Siatkowski

12 McGee Eye Surgery Center  Purely dedicated to ophthalmic surgery  5 rooms running cases every day  Staff, nurses, technicians and anesthesiologists dedicated to eye surgery  Approximately 5,000 cases performed per year

13 Surgical Volume Cataracts: >200 Muscles: >60 Trabeculectomy: >10 Oculoplastics: >100 primary, >100 secondary Vitrectomy/buckles: 3-5 (or more dependent on interest) Injections: > 200 Lasers: >150 PRP, Focal, SLT, PI Trauma: 20 open globes >90% Percentile in Surgical Volume

14 Rotations First Year 3 months VA 3 months Resident Clinic 1 month Peds 1 month Consults 4 months subspecialties Neuro, Plastics, Retina, Cornea

15 Rotations Second Year 3 months VA 2 months Peds 6 weeks Consults 2 weeks Research 5 months Subspecialties Neuro, Retina, Glaucoma, Cornea, Plastics

16 Rotations Third Year 3 months VA 3 months Resident Clinic 2 weeks Consults 2 weeks elective time 1 month Peds 4 months Subspecialties Retina, Glaucoma, Cornea, Plastics

17 Call Responsibilities First Year -- Q8 Primary Call Second Year -- Q8 Primary Call Third Year -- Q4 Surgical Back-up  Answering service screens calls and then pages us  Cover hospitals & DMEI patients  Buddy Call – July  Consult resident does not take call

18 Didactics Monday 7:00-8:00 Lecture 8:00-9:00 Grand Rounds Tuesday 17:30-18:30 Conference + Dinner Rotates: Fluorescein, Slit Lamp, Neuro, Pediatrics Thursday 7:00-8:00 Lecture Friday 7:00-8:00 Lecture Journal Club (Quarterly) Monthly/Quarterly Conferences: Cataract Conference, On-Call, Morbidity and Mortality Conference Wet Labs: Macrosurgical, Microsurgical, Glaucoma, ALCON surgical course

19 Perks  BCSC series  Wills Manual  Acers Society $1000/yr  90D, 20D  Academy (2nd or 3rd yr)  Big Cedar Regional Meeting (PGY3)  China/Africa Trip (PGY4)  Alumni Meeting  VISX certification (refractive course, PGY3)  Alcon surgical course (PGY4)  Ophthalmic Library  Meals on Call  Anatomy Lab  Fee Exemption for DEA & Narc license  3 weeks vacation  3 weeks sick leave  7 days job or fellowship interviews

20 Oklahoma City  Largest city in the state  8th largest US city based on geographical size  1.25 million people call the Oklahoma City Metro area home.  Oklahoma City's climate is mild, with four distinct seasons. Average T o 60F /15C. 3,000 hrs of sunshine /year. Top reasons to live in OKC:

21 Cheap Housing  2-3 bedroom home in OKC: <$200,000  2-3 bedroom home in Edmond: $ ,000  2-3 bedroom home in Moore: $150,000

22 Urban Development

23 Sports and Recreation

24 #1 reason to pick DMEI

25 Questions?

26 You’re Doing Fine Oklahoma  10) Low cost of living and great quality of life  9) Sophisticated urban dwellings for city lovers and wide- open terrain for the country-lovers at heart too!  8) The housing market here is ranked #2 by Forbes   7) Average Commute time in Oklahoma City is 19 minutes   6) One of the top ten cities to look for a job (Indeed.com)

27 You’re Doing Fine Oklahoma  5) Professional and collegiate sports teams are a blast  4) Fantastic museums  3) Bricktown offers a canal, restaurants, sporting and more  2) The Dean McGee Eye Institute – need we say more?   And the #1 Reason to live in Oklahoma????????

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