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Program Highlights:
ACGME ACCREDITED! 

 

Personal development (CME) funds provided.
ACLS/PALS/ATLS training and certification (or recertification) provided.
2 Preliminary Radiology positions - to be done with Preliminary Medicine
Osteopathic match only.
Qualifications for an interview are as follows:
Comlex 1&2: 500
PE: Pass
4 Years from Medical school
​IMG’s must have green card or be a US citizen
IMG's out of school more than 3 years must have USMLE 1, 2 and 3 all passing on the first attempt

Please apply through ERAS

A Welcome from the Program Director:

​Dear Family Medicine Resident:


Welcome to the ArnotHealth Family Medicine Residency Program! Your hard work has paid off, and you now have letters after your name. Congrats! Now the real work begins. Our goal is to equip you to take excellent care of all the patients you encounter throughout your career in medicine. As your Program Director, it is my hope that the program inspires you to be just a little bit better every day than you were the day before, not only during your tenure here, but for the rest of your life. And not just in medicine – this will hopefully carry over into all areas of your life.
 
Family Medicine is a rewarding specialty. You will be the “first line of defense” for patients entering the medical system. You will get to take care of entire families, and get to know all of them, along with all the relationships, quirks, etc. You will also be the “gatekeeper,” keeping track of all the data coming in from other providers, and help your patients and their families keep it all straight. You will become their friend, counselor, advisor and peer. This is a great privilege and one I hope you’ll embrace as you embark on your career.
 
Residency isn’t easy. You will work hard, and it can be taxing, both physically and emotionally. There will be times when you will be discouraged and wondering if you did, indeed, make the right choice. The faculty and I will be here for you to help you through it. Just ask us. When you finish, I think you’ll find it was worth the sweat, tears and effort. So – let’s get started, and learn and grow together…

- Timothy Baxter, M.D., FAAFP

FAMILY MEDICINE 

FACULTY

Timothy N. Baxter, M.D., FAAFP - Program Director

Medical Education: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, Syracuse. New York
Residency: Family Practice Residency St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, NY

Kay Kelts, DO-Associate Program Director

Medical Education:Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Parker, Colorado
​Residency:Lutheran General Family Medicine Residency Program, Park Ridge, Illinois OB & Faculty Development Area of Concentration

Abdelkader Mallouk, MD

Medical Education: University of Health Sciences, Antigua
Doctor of Optometry, New England College of Optometry, Boston, Massachusetts 

Joseph Mathey, MD, FAAFP, MACOEM 

Medical School: University of Missouri-Columbia 
Residency: Family Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia

Sean A. Stryker, MD, FAAFP

Medical Education: State University of New York Health Sciences Center at Syracuse, Syracuse, New York
Residency: St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Richard R. Terry, D.O., MBA, FAAFP, FACOFP

Medical Education: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, Old Westbury, New York
Residency: Rotating Internship-Interfaith Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York
Family Medicine Residency -University of Rochester/Highland, Rochester, New York

Megan Westervelt, D.O.

Medical Education: New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, Old Westbury, New York
Residency: Wilson Medical Center, Johnson City, New York

John Weston, D.O. - Specializes in Musculoskeletal Medicine

Medical Education: NYCOM Old Westbury, New York
Residency: Rotating Internship-Crouse Hospital Lafayette Family Medicine Residency, Syracuse, New York
Wilson Memorial Regional Hospital/UHS Family Medicine Residency, Johnson City, New York

Donald Foster, DO

Medical Education: Oklahoma State University 
Residency: Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Elmira New York-Family Medicine

Dennis O'Connor, M.D.

Medical Education: Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
Residency: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Werner Brammer, MD

Medical Education: John A. Burns School of Medicine-University Of Hawaii
Residency: Latrobe Area Hospital, Latrobe, Pennsylvania

Curtis Cranmer, MD

Medical Education: SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York
Residency: Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson City, New York

FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENTS

CURRICULUM

The Arnot Health Family Medicine Residency Program offers excellent training experience for those interested in primary care in rural and urban settings.  Residents will be exposed to a broad array of practices. Academic credit is based on a 13 block year with a reasonable call schedule and rotations in nearly every medical specialty. Any rotation may be taken as an elective with the approval of the program director.

Medical Selectives

  • Endocrinology

  • Hematology/Oncology

  • Infectious Disease

  • Inpatient Medicine

  • Nephrology

  • Rheumatology

  • Gastroenterology

  • Cardiology

  • Pulmonology


Electives

  • Allergy

  • Women’s Health

  • Endocrinology

  • Hospice/Palliative Care

  • Neonatology

  • Occupational Medicine

  • Office OB/GYN

  • Ophthalmology

  • Pathology

  • Pain Management

  • Podiatry

  • Physical Medicine/Rehab

  • Sports Medicine

PGY-1: First Year Rotations

  • 4 Inpatient Medicine

  • 1 Emergency Medicine

  • 2 Obstetrics

  • 2 Inpatient Pediatrics

  • 1 Outpatient Pediatrics

  • 1 General Surgery

  • 1 Pulmonary Medicine/ICU

  • 1 Night Float

  • Family Practice Clinic- 8 hours per week


PGY-2: Second Year Rotations

  • 2 Inpatient Medicine/Senior Resident

  • 1 Gynecology

  • 1 Pediatrics/Senior Resident

  • 1 Outpatient Pediatrics

  • 1 Urology

  • 1 Dermatology

  • 1 Night Float

  • 1 Psychiatry/Behavioral Science

  • 1 Geriatrics

  • 2 Elective/Medical Selective

  • 1 Cardiology

  • Family Practice Clinic- 12 hours per week


PGY-3: Third Year Rotations
4 weeks of elective time can be spent out of town.

  • 1 Community Medicine

  • 1Radiology

  • 2 Elective 8 weeks

  • 1 Emergency Medicine

  • 1 Night Float

  • 1 Sports Medicine

  • 1 ENT/Allergy

  • 2 Family Practice Outpatient

  • 1 Orthopedics 

  • 1 Inpatient Medicine

  • 1 Night Float

  • Family Practice Clinic- 16-20 hours per week