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Hematology/Oncology Fellowship

Genesys Hematology & Oncology Fellowship Program Description
The goal of the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship is the education of professionals in the care of patients with blood dyscrasias and malignancies. The Fellowship recognizes that there are many facets to the education of the competent Hematology/Oncologist. The individual must possess the knowledge necessary to diagnose and treat a wide variety of blood dyscrasias and malignancies. Just as important are the humanistic qualities necessary to apply knowledge to the care of patients suffering from potentially fatal/fatal disorders. The competent Hematologist/Oncologist must have a working knowledge of other disciplines such as Radiation Oncology, Pathology, Laboratory Medicine, Blood Banking, Surgical Oncology, Breast Surgery, Genetics, Infectious Disease, Critical Care Medicine, et cetera. The Hematologist/Oncologist should be able to function as a community resource on such subjects as Cancer Screening and Environmental Carcinogens. During the course of a 3 year Fellowship the individual must become familiar with the large volume of past literature in the fields of Hematology and Oncology and must also learn to critically evaluate the present body of literature. The Hematologist/Oncologist will become an educator to students, residents, and fellows, as well as lay groups. They will also develop the skills to continue the life-long process of education that will allow them to remain competent in an ever changing sub-specialty.

The program accepts one fellow per year into the 3 year program.

Requirements for admission

Applicants are required to complete a rotation with the program director. All visiting residents must complete the Visiting Resident Application On-Line and submit supporting documentation 60 days in advance of the rotation.

Clinical Rotations:
Fellows will maintain their own continuity clinics which will meet at least one half day per week.

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Ambulatory Setting:
The Ambulatory Clinic Setting is in a 52,000 sq. ft. free standing Cancer Institute. The Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute is a joint venture between the Genesys Regional Medical Center and Hurley Medical Center and is located in Flint, Michigan. It contains both Radiation Oncology services and Medical Oncology services. The Second Floor contains the Medical Oncology services. The Floor is divided into the practices of Drs. Black, Weiner, Katato, and Adams, and the practice of Drs. Danish and Fahrner. The Floor contains space for both the clinic and chemotherapy infusion. It was designed to include 15 exam rooms for patient visits and 24 chemotherapy infusion stations. The Cancer Institute also includes a full service Chemotherapy Pharmacy with ventilated hoods for the mixing of chemotherapy. The Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute in located on a 5 acre site on the east side of Flint, and is surrounded by the campus of Mott Community College.

The program will follow the guidelines for residency training in accordance with the requirements of the American Osteopathic Association and the American College of Osteopathic Internists.

To apply:
Applications for July 2015 will be accepted through ERAS. Application deadline is August 31, 2014. All interviews will take place in October.

If you have questions, please contact Tina Lonsway at tlonsway@genesys.org

For more information, please call the Medical Education Department at: (810) 606-5125 or toll free 1-800-233-2863.

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