Philosophy

Call coverage is an essential part of training.  Handled correctly, call coverage can provide an excellent opportunity for education promoting a sense of independence while providing a service to the training institution.  Call coverage at Choctaw Nation Family Medicine Residency (CNFMR) will be managed in a way that has as a priority of providing an optimal educational experience without negatively impacting the physical and mental well-being of the trainees.

CNFMR will adhere to federal guidelines regarding the amount limitations on the amount of call a physician in training can provide.

Rotations that Require Overnight Call Coverage:

 

PGY 1 Rotations with call

Description of Call

Internal Medicine Teaching Service 1, 2

To be determined by Tertiary Training Institution but will follow Federal Regulations regarding call coverage

Intensive Care Unit 1

To be determined by Tertiary Training Institution but will follow Federal Regulations regarding call coverage

Family Medicine Teaching Service

Six nights per month maximum

Pediatrics 1, 2

Six nights per month maximum

OB/GYN 1

Six nights per month maximum

House Officer

All nights, no daytime responsibilities except educational activities occasionally in morning

 

 

PGY 2 Rotations with call

Description of call

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

To be determined by Tertiary Training Institution but will follow Federal Regulations regarding call coverage

OB / GYN 3, 4

To be determined by Tertiary Training Institution but will follow Federal Regulations regarding call coverage

Pediatrics 3

Six nights per month maximum

Family Medicine Teaching Service 2

Six nights per month maximum

 

 

PGY 3 Rotations with call

Description of call

Intensive Care Unit 2

To be determined by Tertiary Training Institution but will follow Federal Regulations regarding call coverage

Family Medicine Teaching Service 3

Six nights per month maximum

OB / GYN 5

Six nights per month maximum

Pediatrics 4

Six nights per month maximum