Prospective 2017-2018 Applicants,
Below is a list compiled from our recent graduating class of Transitional Year Residents outlining some of the highlights of
The support system is awesome. There's always someone to turn to,
whether it's Jennifer, Dr. Stanley, our attendings, or the operator (unsung
The RNs here are rock stars. They put in NG tubes, remove staples, and
also apparently put in parenteral feeding tubes at bedside. Like I said, support
is beyond compare.
The central California
location makes it relatively easy to visit several of California's popular
national parks (Sequoia's, Yosemite, Big Sur) and major cities (Los Angeles,
Huge emphasis on
procedures. This program is excellent for hands-on learning. During my first
week in the ICU (and also my first week of internship), I performed a lumbar
puncture, placed three central lines, and intubated one patient.
hope you will apply! Please feel free to contact our amazing program
coordinator, Jennifer Vogt (firstname.lastname@example.org), with any questions.
The TY graduating class of 2016