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OLIVE VIEW-UCLA AMBULATORY MEDICINE 2017- 2018

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  1. OLIVE VIEW-UCLA AMBULATORY MEDICINE2017-2018 Revised June 2017

  2. CLINICS • 4+1 block schedule, ambulatory medicine block every 5th week • Clinic schedule posted on www.amion.com • MV Clinic (continuity clinic at Mid-Valley) • Clinic A (continuity clinic at OVMC) • Subspecialty Clinics • Hematology-Oncology • Rheumatology • Dermatology • Cardiology

  3. CLINICS • Subspecialty Clinics • Gastroenterology • Pulmonology • Endocrinology • Infectious Disease • Renal • Neurology • Women’s Health • Urgent Care • Pre-op (R2/R3’s)

  4. CLINIC A • 14445 Olive View Drive, Room 2A 123 • Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM • Phone # (747) 210-3125 or x73125 • Chief on call pager # found on www.amion.com • Chief office # (747) 210-4411 or x74411

  5. CLINIC A PRIMARY CARE FACULTY Colin Robinson, MD Michael Rotblatt MD Heather Schickedanz, MD Sural Shah, MD Sahar Soleymani, MD LaxmiSuthar MD Soma Wali, MD Hijab Zubairi, MD • GezmanAbdullahi, MD • Fredric Adler, MD • HrishikeshBelani, MD • Robert Gold, MD • Karen Kim, MD • Lisa Kransdorf, MD • Tamara Modilevsky, MD • Gifty-Maria J. Ntim, MD • ArashNafisi, MD

  6. MID-VALLEY CLINIC • 7515 Van Nuys Blvd. Van Nuys, 91405 • 2nd floor Adult Primary Care clinics • Enter at east door next to stairwell • Door Code: 001155 • Hours: 8:00AM-5:00PM • Phone # (818) 627-3240 or (818) 627-3210 • You are expected to arrive at 8:00am for your morning clinics and before 1:30 for your afternoon clinics

  7. MV CLINIC PRIMARY CARE FACULTY Die Thu Nguyen, MD Kirsten Kaldas, MD George Shahin, MD Joseph Zaky, MD • Nasser Abdo, MD • SiamakBasiratmand, MD • Jennifer Chen, MD • Mindy Cheng, MD

  8. R2 & R3 EDUCATION • Tuesday morning didactics • 7:30-8:00AM • Attendance mandatory , arrive promptly • Wednesday MKSAP Marathon • 7:30-8:30AM • Attendance mandatory , arrive promptly

  9. R1 EDUCATION – WEDNESDAYS • 7:30-8:00AM, Lecture 1 • 8:00-8:30AM, Lecture 2 • 8:45-9:15AM, Lecture 3 • 9:15-9:45AM, Wellbeing and Resilience series • 10AM-12PM, POM

  10. R1 POM – WEDNESDAY • 10:00AM-12:00PM • Goal: Comprehensive teaching modules for the developing intern • Examples: EKG review; Procedure simulations; Code simulations; PI projects

  11. JOHN HOPKINS MODULES • All housestaff are assigned modules during their ambulatory week • Visit www.peaconline.org. Login instruction posted at oliveviewim.org/curriculum/Ambulatory%20Medicine/ • R1’s: 2 modules per ambulatory block • R2-3’s: 1-2 modules per ambulatory block • These educational modules are intended to aid in resident development and education

  12. PATIENT LOAD • Continuity Clinics • R1’s: 3 4 patients (first block of the year, 2 patients) • R2’s: 5 patients • R3’s: 6 patients • Subspecialty Clinics • R1s: 3-5 patients depending on patient complexity • R2/R3s: 5-6 patients

  13. ORCHID DOCUMENTATION • Clinic A Templates • “Ambulatory Office Visit Note” • Adult Primary Care Outpatient Provider Note • Mid-Valley Templates • “ MV Ambulatory Office Visit Note” • MV IM Adult Primary Care Outpatient Provider Note • Subspecialty Templates • “Ambulatory Office Visit Note” • Each subspecialty has their own outpatient template found under the drop down menu • Example: Cardiology clinic “Cardiology Outpatient Provider Note”

  14. ORCHID INBOX EXPECTATIONS • Check your ORCHID inbox (messages, labs, diagnostics, etc.) daily when on your ambulatory block • While on other rotations, attempt to check your inbox daily. You MUST follow up on messages, results, and medication refills within 48 hours. This may require you to call patients and inform them of results and of any labs/diagnostics/procedures that you ordered. Please message your inbox MA to assist with any follow up or appointments that may be needed and CC your inbox attending.

  15. ORCHID INBOX EXPECTATIONS • If you have any questions regarding management of messages/results, you should contact your inbox attending • Please use the auto-text template for medication refills. Interns should use this template and propose med refills to their inbox attending • Proxy your inbox to your POD cousin (who is on ambulatory) when you are on away rotations (ex: RR wards, CCU, geriatrics, away electives), night rotations, ICU, and vacation. Please let your POD cousin know you are assigning proxy to them.

  16. CLINICAL WORKSTATION • Previous electronic medical record at Olive View • Can still be accessed to review previous notes, labs, and studies • OVMC home page on Internet Explorer. http://myladhs.lacounty.gov/ov/SitePages/Home.aspx • Applications  Clinical Workstation

  17. eCONSULT • Electronic referral system for primary care providers to refer to subspecialty clinics (ie. GI for colonoscopies; surgery for hernia repairs; CRM-DM for close diabetes monitoring • Also serves as a medium to ask clinical questions to subspecialists • Everyone should have a personal username/password • https://econsultla.net/mm/main/apps/index.mpl

  18. INTERPRETATION SERVICES • Each room is equipped with a phone that can be used to connect to the interpreting service • Instructions available on the phone itself • MA’s/RN’s—some are specifically certified to translate, but all are willing to help

  19. ADDITIONALRESOURCES • www.oliveviewim.org • Curriculum Rotations Ambulatory medicine 2017-2018 Clinic A Intern Orientation Packet • Curriculum Rotations Ambulatory medicine 2017-2018 Mid-Valley Orientation Packet • Outpatient chiefs • Jarod Duvall, MD • Danny Jimenez, MD