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Supervision Policy

Parkland:

Consultation and Inpatients:
Junior residents (PGY1-3) will be under the direct supervision of the Chief Resident.  The Chief Resident will make daily rounds twice and be immediately available for consultation throughout the day.  The Chief Resident will be under the direct supervision of the Parkland Faculty Chief of Staff, Dr. Madden, or his designee. Junior residents will conduct initial emergency evaluation and will report their findings to the Chief Resident. Faculty will review all consults and patients daily with the Chief Resident.

Procedures:
All procedures performed by the residents will be under the direct supervision of the Faculty.  The Faculty will be present for all critical portions of the procedure and will be immediately available throughout the case.

Call:
In house call will be rotated one in four among the junior residents.  The in house resident will report all significant changes on hospitalized patients and all new consultations to the Chief Resident.  The Chief resident will notify the on-call faculty for all significant changes and for any surgical procedures.  Faculty will be immediately available by phone and available to come to the hospital in a reasonable time period.

 

Veteran’s Affair Hospital:

Consultation and Inpatients:
The rotating resident is responsible for running the day to day organization of the service.  They will see all consults in a timely manor and will round on the inpatients twice daily.  The rotating resident will be under the immediate supervision of the Faculty Chief of Staff at the VA, Mike Miner, or his designee.  The resident will review all consults and the inpatients with Dr. Miner daily.

Procedures:
All procedures performed by the residents will be under the direct supervision of the Faculty.  The Faculty will be present for all critical portions of the procedure and will be immediately available throughout the case.

Call:
The VA resident will take home call during the week and every other weekend.  They will report directly to the on-call faculty for any significant changes on inpatients, any new consultations and any significant procedures. Faculty will be immediately available by phone and available to come to the hospital in a reasonable time period.

 

University Hospital-Zale Lipshy:

Consultation and Inpatients:
The resident rotating on each service is responsible for daily rounds and for inpatient consults when instructed.  The resident will report new findings immediately to the faculty.  The faculty will be immediately available throughout the day.

Procedures:
All procedures performed by the residents will be under the direct supervision of the Faculty.  The Faculty will be present for all critical portions of the procedure and will be immediately available throughout the case.

Call:
The Zale residents will take home call during the week and every other weekend.  They will report directly to the on-call faculty for any significant changes on inpatients, any new consultations and any significant procedures.  Faculty will be immediately available by phone and available to come to the hospital in a reasonable time period.

 

Children’s Hospital:

Consultation and Inpatients:
The resident rotating on each service is responsible for daily rounds and for inpatient consults when instructed.  The resident will report new findings immediately to the faculty.  The faculty will be immediately available throughout the day.

Procedures:
All procedures performed by the residents will be under the direct supervision of the Faculty.  The Faculty will be present for all critical portions of the procedure and will be immediately available throughout the case.

Call:
The resident will take call every third week at children’s medical center.  The resident will contact the faculty for any significant changes on inpatients and for any new consults.  The faculty will be immediately for case reviews and for significant procedures. Faculty will be immediately available by phone and available to come to the hospital in a reasonable time period.

updated 9/29/14