Residents have the opportunity to participate in four months of elective rotations during their training. Dr. Ng and each resident will work together to formulate a plan for his/her electives, based on the resident’s future goals.
The Mather Transitional Year also offers two four-week nonclinical electives; one in Medical Informatics and one in Quality & Leadership.
- The Medical Informatics elective is supervised by Dr. Ng who, in addition to his Program Director role, is also the Chief Medical Information Officer of Mather Hospital.
- The Quality & Leadership elective is supervised by Dr. Joan Faro, who is the Mather Chief Medical Officer and a regional quality and safety leader, serving on the New York State Steering Committee for the Partnership for Patients and as a faculty of the Greater New York Hospital Association’s Clinical Quality Fellowship Program.
Elective options include the following areas:
- Hematology Oncology
- Infectious Diseases
- Inpatient Cardiology
- Interventional Radiology
- Medical Informatics
- Outpatient Cardiology
- Palliative Care Medicine
- Quality and Leadership
- Sleep Medicine
- Vascular Surgery