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  • Educational Objectives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    describe age and risk appropriate recommendations for the screening of reproductive cancers Patient Care The student will demonstrate the ability to perform a thorough Ob Gyn history including menstrual history obstetric history gynecologic history contraceptive history and sexual history The student will demonstrate the ability to perform an obstetric gynecologic examination including breast examination and complete pelvic examination The student will demonstrate the ability to collect and interpret cervical cytology results The student will demonstrate the ability to interpret electronic fetal monitoring The student will demonstrate the ability to interpret a wet mount microscopic examination The student will demonstrate the ability to communicate the results of the OB GYN history and physical examination by well organized written notes and oral reports The student will demonstrate the ability to develop hypotheses diagnostic strategies and management plans in the evaluation of antepartum intrapartum and postpartum patients The student will demonstrate the ability to develop hypotheses diagnostic strategies and management plans in the evaluation of patients with gynecologic problems including routine postoperative care following gynecologic surgery Interpersonal and Communication Skills The student will demonstrate the ability to interact with the patient to gain her confidence and cooperation and assure her comfort and modesty The student will demonstrate the ability to address sensitive issues with compassion and demonstrate sensitivity to human differences and understanding of the impact of gender ethnic cultural socioeconomic and other social factors The student will demonstrate the ability to assess and counsel women for sex and gender appropriate reduction of risk including lifestyle changes and genetic testing in a manner that is sensitive to cultural beliefs The student will demonstrate the ability to discuss social and health policy aspects of women s health including ethical issues surrounding sterilization domestic violence adolescent pregnancy and access to health care The student will demonstrate the ability to share knowledge effectively with peers Professionalism The student will show compassion in the treatment of patients and respect for their privacy dignity and beliefs The student will demonstrate personal integrity ethical behavior and altruism The student will exhibit dependability and responsibility The student will acknowledge and accept the limitations in his or her knowledge and clinical skills and seek assistance when appropriate The student will demonstrate the ability to develop effective therapeutic relationships with patients Practice Based Learning The student will demonstrate the ability to use information technology to access medical information critically assess current literature to support his or her own education and provide accessible educational information to patients The student will display the ability to use feedback to identify areas for improvement Systems Based Practice The student will demonstrate the ability to work effectively with other health care professionals in inpatient and outpatient settings as well as in the operating room and labor and delivery suite to provide patient focused care The student will demonstrate an ability to respond appropriately to medical errors if they arise The above set of learning objectives is designed to communicate clearly what is expected in terms of the

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  • Advanced Electives - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Advanced Electives I d like to welcome you to the advanced electives in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons As you enter into your fourth year of medical education you may desire to explore a particular area of interest within the Obstetrics and Gynecology specialty that you developed during your major clinical year curriculum Obstetrics and Gynecology may deceptively appear to be a very narrow field at first glance In reality it is quite broad The Obstetrics and Gynecology specialty is unique in that it combines primary care emergency medicine and surgery in treating a wide variety of patients both in terms of background and age This quality of the specialty allows the physician going into the field to tailor their careers to encompass all or just a few facets of Obstetrics and Gynecology practice There are several elective options within our division You may rotate with a preceptor in a particular area of the specialty including general obstetrics and gynecology specialized gynecologic services gynecologic oncology maternal fetal medicine family planning menopause and reproductive endocrinology Other options include advanced electives in Maternal Fetal Medicine and in Obstetric and Gynecologic Ultrasound I encourage you to contact me with any questions that you may have Deciding on a career path is undoubtedly a difficult task and the goal of the advanced electives is to assist you in that decision Gynecologists and obstetricians must demonstrate the utmost compassion as well as the technical ability to be able to handle risky situations with a delicate hand and a sharp eye The challenges inherent in obstetric and gynecologic practice lend itself to an extremely rewarding specialty and career Sincerely Chia Ling Nhan Chang MD For more information please contact Brooke Rawson in the Dean s office via pselectives columbia edu or at 212 305 1642 To view our elective course descriptions and download the required forms please visit the P S website Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th

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  • Visiting Students - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Visiting Students Qualified domestic and international exchange students are welcome to take electives in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons For Domestic Students You are eligible to apply for elective study with us if you are currently enrolled in another LCME accredited medical school All inquiries and applications must go through the P S Office of Student Affairs For International Exchange Students You are eligible to apply for elective study with us if you are enrolled in a medical school that maintains a student exchange program with P S For a complete list of P S international exchange partners please visit the International Exchange Programs page on the P S website All inquiries and applications must go through the P S Office of Student Affairs If your medical school does not have an exchange with P S you are not eligible for elective study with us however you may be eligible for an observership For more information please contact our department directly For more information including forms fees and instructions on how to apply please visit the P S website or contact Brooke Rawson in the Office of Student Affairs via pselectives columbia edu or at 212 305 1642 For a current list of our elective offerings please visit the Elective Catalog page on the P S website Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob

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  • Helpful Information & Resources - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Screening Guidelines The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists currently recommends Pap screening every 2 years for most woman ages 21 29 every three years for women 30 and older who have three negative prior screenings and cessation of cervical cancer screening after hysterectomy for benign disease or at age 65 or 70 depending on a woman s screening history Women age 30 or older may be tested with cervical cytology Pap alone or with cytology and human Papillomavirus HPV testing co testing In March 2012 the U S Preventive Services Task Force USPSTF and a multidisciplinary partnership among the American Cancer Society American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology American Society for Clinical Pathology ACS ASCCP ASCP recommended less frequent cervical cancer screening cytology every 3 years for women ages 21 29 and either cytology every 3 years or cytology HPV co testing every 5 years for women ages 30 65 Both groups recommended cessation of screening after hysterectomy for benign disease in women without a history of high grade cervical dysplasia The USPSTF recommendations were published in the March 15 2012 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine The ACS ASCCP ASCP recommendations were published in CA A Cancer Journal for Clinicians the Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease and the American Journal of Clinical Pathology As published by ACS guidelines ACOG is reviewing these new recommendations and the data from which the recommendations were derived to determine whether current OB GYN practice guidelines should be modified Click here for more information ACS ASCCP ASCP Screening Guidelines for the Prevention and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer Web Based Tutorial This web based tutorial presents a case study involving a common scenario encountered by women receiving prenatal obstetric care We hope this exercise will supplement and enrich your core clinical experience in the clerkship Start The Tutorial Educational Pamphlets Each student must prepare a Patient Education handout pamphlet on the obstetrical or gynecologic topic of his her choice The final product should be written in language that is easily understandable by a lay person and should contain factual relevant information Stellar projects have been chosen for general distribution to our patients in the Audubon Clinic Helpful Information from Our Clerkship Director The ABCs of OB GYN Labor Delivery Note Routine Postpartum Care The APGAR Score APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives The OB GYN Clerkship Guide to Success The APGO Undergraduate Web Based Interactive Self Evaluation This interactive self exam is designed to help medical students acquire the necessary basic knowledge in obstetrics and gynecology regardless of future medical specialty choice For more information visit the uWISE v 2 Beta page on the APGO website Professional Associations in Obstetrics Gynecology Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center

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  • OB/GYN Medical Student Interest Group - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Sample Interview Day FAQ Maternal Fetal Medicine Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Conferences Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give OB GYN Medical Student Interest Group The purpose of the OB GYN Interest Group is to foster a strong understanding and appreciation of the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology The aim and goal of the interest group is to provide exposure to medical students at all stages of their training and also provide mentorship to those interested in pursuing residencies in this field The main program we offer is Nights on Labor and Delivery which allows medical students to spend a night on the labor and delivery floor shadowing residents and attendings Look for a sign up sheet in the fall during the P S Club Activities Fair and please stay tuned for more exciting events For more information contact club leaders Amanda Gomez College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University Class of 2015 arg2156 columbia edu Christina Ackerman College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University Class of 2015 cma2165 columbia edu Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Scarsdale 696 White Plains Road Vernon Hills Shopping Center Scarsdale New York 10583 Columbia Ob Gyn Bronxville 77 Pondfield Road 2nd FL Bronxville NY 10708 Columbia Ob Gyn Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 12th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Columbia Ob Gyn Midtown 51 West 51st St

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  • Residency - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Welcome Program Director s Welcome Welcome to the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program at Sloane Hospital for Women at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University Medical Center This exciting fast paced program provides trainees with a wealth of clinical experience and exposure to all facets of our diverse and rewarding specialty Our program is filled with bright energetic young physicians who are not only stellar clinicians but also extremely well versed in the current literature of our field During the course of their training our house officers gain experience in managing virtually all of the problems that may confront a practitioner in our specialty The department is led by Dr Mary D Alton an internationally acclaimed expert in maternal fetal medicine and is home to one of the largest and most respected faculties of any department in the United States We have a brand new facility Center for Prenatal Pediatrics that houses our Obstetric and Pediatric Services along with a state of the art labor and delivery floor and Level III NICU that is second to none all located within the Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital We also have the privilege of being surrounded by extraordinarily talented colleagues in every specialty at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and NewYork Presbyterian Hospital which allows us to offer world class comprehensive care to virtually any patient admitted to our service Finally we are located in one of the largest most diverse cities in the world and serve a patient population that presents us with genetic medical and surgical challenges of incredible complexity on a daily basis The training program at Sloane Hospital for Women is rigorous but rewarding and upon completion our graduates have superb clinical skills and the academic foundation to prepare them for any fellowship training or private practice opportunity Rini Banerjee Ratan MD Residency Program Director Program Coordinator s Welcome As your coordinator I will help guide you through our application and interview process and assist you with all administrative non clinical aspects of our program many of which are related to compliance I am sure most of you are familiar with the saying If it s not written it wasn t done This aphorism holds true for residency documentation will play an integral role in your training and my goal will be to ensure that you adhere to the institutional requirements and those that enable our program to achieve ACGME accreditation status Together we will conquer all such compliance issues I look forward to meeting you during our interview season and please feel free to email me if you have any questions Sincerely Sabrina Xhaferaj Residency Program Coordinator Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care

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  • Welcome - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Welcome Program Director s Welcome Welcome to the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program at Sloane Hospital for Women at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University Medical Center This exciting fast paced program provides trainees with a wealth of clinical experience and exposure to all facets of our diverse and rewarding specialty Our program is filled with bright energetic young physicians who are not only stellar clinicians but also extremely well versed in the current literature of our field During the course of their training our house officers gain experience in managing virtually all of the problems that may confront a practitioner in our specialty The department is led by Dr Mary D Alton an internationally acclaimed expert in maternal fetal medicine and is home to one of the largest and most respected faculties of any department in the United States We have a brand new facility Center for Prenatal Pediatrics that houses our Obstetric and Pediatric Services along with a state of the art labor and delivery floor and Level III NICU that is second to none all located within the Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital We also have the privilege of being surrounded by extraordinarily talented colleagues in every specialty at the College of Physicians and Surgeons and NewYork Presbyterian Hospital which allows us to offer world class comprehensive care to virtually any patient admitted to our service Finally we are located in one of the largest most diverse cities in the world and serve a patient population that presents us with genetic medical and surgical challenges of incredible complexity on a daily basis The training program at Sloane Hospital for Women is rigorous but rewarding and upon completion our graduates have superb clinical skills and the academic foundation to prepare them for any fellowship training or private practice opportunity Rini Banerjee Ratan MD Residency Program Director Program Coordinator s Welcome As your coordinator I will help guide you through our application and interview process and assist you with all administrative non clinical aspects of our program many of which are related to compliance I am sure most of you are familiar with the saying If it s not written it wasn t done This aphorism holds true for residency documentation will play an integral role in your training and my goal will be to ensure that you adhere to the institutional requirements and those that enable our program to achieve ACGME accreditation status Together we will conquer all such compliance issues I look forward to meeting you during our interview season and please feel free to email me if you have any questions Sincerely Sabrina Xhaferaj Residency Program Coordinator Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care

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  • Overview & Mission Statement - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Didactic Sessions Research Policies Procedures Meet Our Faculty Meet Our Fellows Applicants Directions Application Interview Process Sample Interview Day Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Overview Mission Educational Objectives Curriculum Meet our Faculty Meet our Fellows Applicants Directions Application and Interview Process Alumni Contact Us Research Clinical Research Trials Overview Family Planning Preventive Services Gynecologic Oncology Maternal Fetal Medicine Reproductive Endocrinology Infertility Other Women s Health Research Basic Translational Research Division of Reproductive Sciences Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Trainee Opportunities Epidemiology Biostatistics Overview Our Team Areas of Focus Significant Publications Our Department Our Mission Our Divisions Ways to Give Overview Mission Statement Mission Statement As a major institution of higher learning New York Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons are deeply committed to residency training Education is an integral part of the tripartite mission of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology along with patient care and research As a world leader in women s health care our mission is to provide the finest comprehensive training for future practitioners in our specialty by using the latest knowledge and innovative research and to provide the highest quality of patient care to the community at large History The Sloane Maternity Hospital opened in 1887 as New York City s first medical facility dedicated to women s health It was created with a benefaction from William D Sloane and his wife Emily Thorn Sloane the granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt The goal was to endow a modern institution to treat women and to educate midwives and obstetricians In 1928 the Sloane Hospital for Women moved to its present site and became the obstetrical and gynecological service for NewYork Presbyterian Hospital From its humble beginnings as a lying in hospital for the poorest of women The Sloane Hospital for Women has become one of the finest obstetrical and gynecological programs in the world Here is a look at our latest statistics 2012 2013 Statistics Clinical Outpatient Practice Visits 129 832 Resident Outpatient Practice Visits 17 511 Total Deliveries 4 304 High Risk Deliveries 1 281 Gynecologic Surgical Procedures 1 635 Total Number of Faculty 87 Total Number of Residents 23 Quick Links Make an Appointment To make an appointment call 1 855 75 OBGYN Coming soon schedule your appointment online Find a Doctor By Doctor Name or By Specialty Select Specialty Cancer Care Family Planning Fertility Center General Obstetrics Gynecology Gynecologic Surgery Urogynecology High Risk Obstetrics Pregnancy Giving Birth Routine Gyn Care or By Condition Treatment Contact Us Department of Obstetrics Gynecology Columbia University Medical Center 622 West 168 th St PH 16 New York NY 10032 Schedule an Appointment 1 855 75 OBGYN Administration 212 305 5515 Medical Education 212 305 2463 Maps Directions Center for Prenatal Pediatrics Morgan Stanley Children s Hospital of NewYork Presbyterian Columbia 3959 Broadway 12th FL at 165th St New York NY 10032 Center for Women s Reproductive Care Columbus Circle 1790 Broadway 2nd 4th FL between 57th 58th St New York NY 10019 Center for Women

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