Dr. Arlene Kanigan
We are well-prepared to train residents during the Covid-19 pandemic. Our program was recognized by the Radiological Society of North America as having one of the top pandemic responses among North American radiology programs. We ensure that our trainees are able to learn and work in an environment that emphasizes resident wellness and safety, while we continue to provide excellent education and patient care.
We are committed to quickly adapting to the pandemic and public health guidelines, including home reporting and a home-based rotation program.
Our program prioritizes resident wellness, including a wellness representative on our Residency Program Committee (RPC), a formal mentorship program, a social committee and a developing wellness curriculum.
We have a diverse staff and resident cohort, including various subspecialties, radiology groups, gender and racial backgrounds.
Our RPC adapts to evolving resident needs, including major changes over the past few years. Some recent examples include the new night float call system, the addition of a PGY 1 representative on the RPC, modifications regarding resident wellness and COVID-19-related changes.
We offer training balanced between community, academic, subspecialty and general practice, with a massive catchment area allowing for exposure to a variety of pathologies.