Becoming a Family Physician
At Hinsdale Hospital, residents are fully trained according to the Core Competencies laid forth by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education and the American Osteopathic Association…
1. Patient Care
2. Practice-Based Learning
3. Interpersonal Communication Skills
4. Medical Knowledge
6. Systems-Based Practice
7. Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (for our D.O. residents)
The Family Medicine Residency Program
Residents at Hinsdale Hospital enjoy the benefits of a single residency program. Residents experience 1-to-1 teaching and mentoring from all the hospital’s faculty and specialists, and are first-in-line for procedures and surgeries such as laceration repairs, intubations, central lines, cesarean sections, vaginal deliveries, and much more.
Hinsdale Family Medicine Center
Our program’s unique and beautiful outpatient office- the Hinsdale Family Medicine Center- is nestled across the street from Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. The building was originally a Seventh-day Adventist Church. In 1975, the church was renovated to function as the original office site for the residency program.
The office consists of 12 patient rooms, a newly renovated precepting room, two procedure rooms for everything from mole excisions to LEEPs, and a room for our D.O. residents to perform osteopathic manipulative treatments. The building also houses administration offices in the basement and ample room in the loft for academic conferences.
Electronic Medical Records
All residents receive personal laptop computers for use during their training.
EMR is used both in our hospital as well as in our outpatient office.
ACGME/AOA Dual Accreditation
Our program is fully dual-accredited for AOA and ACGME. The AOA Family Medicine Program was granted accreditation in July 2008 and has an affiliation agreement with Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, for post-graduate medical education. We encourage DO students to apply using the American Osteopathic Association/Resident match program to make sure that they will be eligible for certification.
*Resident salaries are reviewed annually to maintain competitiveness and reflect cost of living increases.
First Year: $48,526
Second Year: $50,772
Third Year: $53,268
Comprehensive health, vision, and dental plans are offered to all residents and their families.
American Academy of Family Physicians
Illinois Academy of Family Physicians
American Medical Association
American Osteopathic Association
Illinois State & DuPage County Medical Societies
Temporary Illinois Medical license
USMLE-3/COMLEX-3 are reimbursed
Vacation: 20 paid days off per year
Maternity/paternity leave according to policy
First year: 2 days, $300 stipend for conference fee, software, CDs
Second year: 3 days, $300 stipend for conference fee, software, CDs
Third year: 5 days, $1,200 stipend for national conference fees
Residents are provided meal tickets during overnight shifts and call to use in the Adventist Hinsdale Hospital cafeteria.
Please call Donna Ritacco at 630-856-8950 or by email at email@example.com.