Program Introduction for Interviewing Fellows
Welcome to Dartmouth-Hitchcock
We have everything that you would expect a major academic center to have, from inpatient wards, outpatient clinics, to a cardiac Cath lab. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is a beautiful institution and provides a welcoming collegial atmosphere.
Glen P. Greenough, MD
Brooke Judd, MD
Bianca Lang, MD
Fellows are expected to be available and on site from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays
*Flex time will be used to fulfill ENT experience, CBT experience, scoring and research/improvement projects
**Journal Club format will vary according to the week of the month. Journal Club will start in August and run through May.
- First week of the month: Fellow A will present an article in-depth.
- Second week of the month: Fellow B will present an article in-depth.
- Third week of the month: New Literature Review Round Table.
- Fourth week of the month: Faculty Meeting - Fellows are free.
***Rochester case conference 12:00 - 1:00 pm fourth Friday September through May.
During September, didactics will occur only at 2:00 pm to allow for lunch with interviewing candidates from 12:00 - 2:00 pm.
|Study Planning Meeting||12:00-1:00 pm||Every Monday|
|Journal Club||12:00-1:00 pm||First and Second
Tuesday of the month
|Round Robin Journal Article Discussion||12:00 -1:00 pm||Third Tuesday of the month|
|Dartmouth-Rochester Case Conference||12:00-1:00 pm||Fourth Friday of the month|
|Quality Conference with Technologists||5:00-6:00 pm||Twice yearly (TBD)|
|Faculty Development Lecture||Last Tuesday of the month|
Working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Jared Colvert, DO
Jason Rakita, MD
Spotlight: Eva Mok, MD – Sleep Physician
University of Massachusetts-Baystate in Springfield, MA
Thoughts on her Dartmouth-Hitchcock Sleep Fellowship:
"I thoroughly enjoyed my time during Sleep fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. There were plenty of opportunity to see the full range of sleep pathologies including sleep disordered breathing, parasomnias, circadian rhythm disorders, sleep-related movement disorders, insomnia, and hypersomnolence disorders such as narcolepsy. It was very clear that my education and learning was a top priority. I also completed a research project on OSA and influenza that I am proud of and presented a poster at the annual AASM Sleep conference. I learned a lot and felt very well prepared for the next step in my career after fellowship; as a full time Sleep physician seeing both adults and children at another academic institution.
On my days off, I had opportunities for excellent outdoor activities including snowboarding at the nearby world-class ski resorts in the winter and hiking in the breathtaking, Instagram-worthy, New Hampshire mountains during spring and summer.'"
|2019-2020||Arun Mallapareddi, MD|
|Kamal Patel, MD|
|2018-2019||Eva Mok, MD||University of Massachusetts-Baystate,
|Jeremy Petrous, DO||Spectrum Health Medical Group,
Grand Rapids, MI
|2017-2018||Ronald Gilley, MD||Baptist Health, Madisonville, KY|
|Milena Goldschmidt, MD||St. Luke’s University Health Network, PA|
|2016-2017||Keith Fish, MD||Private Practice, CT|
|Peter Rajacic, MD||Dedicated Seniors, Las Vegas, NV|
|2015-2016||Yujean Han, DO||The Polyclinic, Seattle, WA|
|William Haynal, MD||Asante Sleep Center/Rouge Regional Medical Center,
Life in the Upper Valley
The Upper Connecticut River Valley area of central New Hampshire and Vermont includes the towns of Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire. Known as "The Upper Valley," this region attracts people from around the world for its scenic beauty.
The Upper Valley area offers a wide variety of cultural and recreational activities for people of all ages.