Welcome to Wenatchee. Your Pediatric clerkship offers the opportunity to learn with a faculty dedicated to your success in developing an understanding of the pediatric patient from birth through adolescence. We practice Pediatrics in a rural setting near some of the most beautiful places in Washington State.
|Philip Milnes, MD
|Brenda Baumeister, MDemail@example.com|
|Teo Bitiu, MDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Douglas Eisert, MDemail@example.com|
|Peter Holden, MDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jim Jantzen, MDemail@example.com|
The faculty are on staff at the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and at Central Washington Hospital. Patient care and clinical teaching will be conducted at both sites.
The Pediatric educational goals are robust and include:
Daily clinical practice and preceptorship with a broad range of Pediatric patients;
Learning how to produce a good quality dictated clinic note documenting the patient encounter;
Training in and performing the Pediatric specific physical examinations;
Completion of all CLIPP cases;
Three detailed patient write ups, using the Pediatric history and physical database;
A written evaluation of bioethical issues involved in a Pediatric specific case;
An oral or written presentation of a Pediatric case with review of the pertinent medical science and clinical issues involved;
An online final examination of multiple choice questions drawn from the CLIPP cases.
Moving through the curriculum will require diligence and good time management, as your six week rotation will go by quickly. Bring your stethoscope. We will provide the other diagnostic equipment and a laptop with access to the medical databases at WVMC and CWH.
Please review the website developed for the clerkships at Wenatchee Valley Medical Center:
Here you will find details about your living accommodations, practice locations and some general information about Wenatchee. Many of the physicians here like the outdoors and every season offers something new. We invite you to look through this before your time with us.
In the week before arrival, please contact the course director, Dr. Philip Milnes, firstname.lastname@example.org or 509.663.8711 for any specifics. We are looking forward to your participation.