Residents participate in a monthly meeting of the residents’ association and a monthly group meeting with the program director. These meetings provide a public platform for comments, concerns, and suggestions from everyone in the residency program.
Resident progress in training is evaluated every 6 months by the Clinical Competency Committee (CCC). Individual meetings with residents are held every 6 months to review progress and encourage professional development.
|Internal Medicine: medicine consult service on psychiatric units||Center for Behavioral Medicine building||2|
|Chronic inpatient psychiatry||Center for Behavioral Medicine units||2|
|Acute inpatient psychiatry||Center for Behavioral Medicine building||4|
|Neurology: Inpatient consult service and outpatient neurology clinic||Truman Medical Center – Hospital Hill||2|
|Family Medicine: inpatient medicine service||Truman Medical Center – Lakewood||2|
|Forensic inpatient||Center for Behavioral Medicine unit||8|
|Consultation-Liaison||Truman Medical Center – Hospital Hill||2|
|Geriatric inpatient||Truman Medical Center – Lakewood||2|
|Outpatient; general adult, substance abuse use, child and adolescent clinics, psychotherapy||Various, including locations in downtown Kansas City and Lee’s Summit||12|
|Inpatient psychiatry (acute or chronic)||Center for Behavioral Medicine or Northwest Missouri Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center||2|
|Consultation-Liaison||Truman Medical Center – Hospital Hill||4|
|PGY1||Friday 5PM-10PM, Saturday 8AM-10PM, Sunday 8AM-5PM|
|PGY2||5PM-8AM overnight with post call day off|
|PGY3||Saturday 8AM-5PM, Sunday 8AM-5PM|