The program offers broad clinical experience over a range of clinical settings. Residents will have the opportunity to provide supervised patient care at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, a 580-bed, level 2 trauma center, and at various clinical training sites. These include The Everett Clinic, Snohomish Kidney Institute, Western Washington Medical Group, and Providence Medical Group.
Providence Regional Medical Center of Everett
Providence Regional Medical Center of Everett (PRMCE) is a 580-bed referral center for the five surrounding Washington state counties of Snohomish, Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom. Clinical services include all relevant adult health care services except for organ transplant. There is 24/7, 365 faculty coverage, providing direct supervision, assessment, and evaluation in MICU, ER, hospital wards and a variety of sub-specialty rotations. PRMCE hosts program administration including resident conferences, didactics, and all inpatient clinical experience.
The Everett Clinic
Founded in 1924, The Everett Clinic is a primary care and multi-specialty group consisting of about 600 providers. The Everett Clinic serves the Washington counties of King and Snohomish via 30 clinical care sites. Roughly 360,000 demographically diverse patients with a wide spectrum of illness are cared for by The Everett Clinic, which receives over one million annual visits. The Everett Clinic has a culture that emphasizes quality and safety with the goal of improving patient care. Rotations at The Everett Clinic include geriatrics, rheumatology, hematology/oncology, endocrinology and personalized care team.
Western Washington Medical Group
Western Washington Medical Group is a provider-operated primary care and multi-specialty group consisting of just over 100 clinicians. Western Washington Medical Group provides care to patients in the Washington counties of Snohomish, Skagit and Island through 20 clinical sites. These patients are diverse in background, socioeconomic status and illness. Rotations at Western Washington Medical Group include pulmonary/sleep medicine, gastroenterology and cardiology. WWMG pulmonary and critical care physicians also staff the MICU/CCU at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.
Providence Medical Group
Providence Medical Group is a network of primary care and sub-specialty providers with clinical locations throughout the state of Washington. Providence Medical Group provides care to a population of patients that are demographically and socioeconomically diverse with a wide spectrum of illness. Providence Medical Group has incorporated the concept of the patient centered medical home into its practice and embraced a team-based approach to the care of patients with an emphasis on patient-focused care and improved access. The residents are taught to utilize this model in their continuity clinic, which will reside at Providence Medical Group. Providence Medical Group is also the site of educational activities such as continuity case conference, outpatient quality improvement projects, clinic huddles, and review of performance measures.
North Sound Emergency Medicine Group
North Sound Emergency Medicine is a provider-operated group partnered with Providence Medical Center Everett to staff and operate the emergency department. PRMCE has one of the busiest emergency departments in the state of Washington, treating more than 20,000 inpatients and approximately 95,000 emergency patients annually. The emergency department at PRMCE is also a level II trauma center. Residents will see a wide variety of illness during their emergency medicine rotation and will perform the initial evaluation on all patients they encounter during this month.
Snohomish Kidney Institute
Snohomish Kidney Institute is a nephrology group that provides renal care for patients in several settings, including PRMC,, multiple dialysis centers, and an outpatient clinic. While During the nephrology rotation, residents will work directly with physicians from the Snohomish Kidney Institute and care for patients in multiple settings including PRMCE, the outpatient clinic, and the dialysis center.