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Army Medical Education
Christine F. Lettieri, MD
LTC (P), MC
Deputy Director, Medical Education
April 2014
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Army Health Professions Scholarship
Program
• 152 medical schools
 ~280 graduates annually
 Provides 80% of active duty physicians
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Commissioned as 2LT in US Army Reserve (IRR)
100% tuition paid
Required books and fees paid
Monthly stipend ($2,157/month) for 10.5 months each year
Military pay (about $6000) annually for 45 days Active Duty
Training
• Obligation is 1 year on active duty for each year of sponsorship
in HPSP (2 years minimum) or 4 years if one opts to take
Critical Skills Accession Bonus
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Army Graduate Medical Education
• Largest program in the military: 1458 physicians
 1341 training in in-house programs; 117 in Army-sponsored civilian
training; 28 in educational delay
• All Specialties
 10 training hospitals
 23 primary specialties; 70 residencies; 70 fellowships
• Majority of Army physicians train in Army GME programs
 29-33% of active duty Medical Corps officers are in GME at any
given time
• All programs accredited by Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education
 Average GME program cycle length > 6 years under NAS
 No programs on probation
• 94.4% first time board pass rate (civilian 85-89%)
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Medical Research
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In addition to clinical research ongoing in our teaching hospitals, the
Army conducts medical research at the following:
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The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL), Fort Rucker,
Alabama
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U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR), Fort Sam Houston, Texas
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U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), Fort
Detrick, Maryland
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U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), Natick,
Massachusetts
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Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), Forest Glen, Maryland
U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD),
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
 U.S. Army Dental Research Detachment
 U.S. Army Medical Research Detachment
 Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences-Thailand (AFRIMS)
 U.S Army Medical Research Unit- Europe
 U.S Army Medical Research Unit- Kenya
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Regional Medical Commands
Teaching Hospitals
Walter Reed NMMC
Eisenhower AMC
William Beaumont AMC
Womack AMC
Martin ACH
Madigan AMC
Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital
Carl R. Darnall AMC
Tripler AMC
Keller ACH (West Point)
Brooke AMC
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Residencies
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Internal Medicine
Family Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics
Obstetrics/Gynecology
General Surgery
Neurosurgery
Orthopaedics
Urology
Otolaryngology
Preventive Medicine*/
Occupational Medicine*
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Dermatology
Radiology
Radiation Oncology*
Anesthesiology
Aerospace Medicine*
Neurology and Child
Neurology
• Pathology
• Psychiatry
• Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation
• Ophthalmology
* Specialty does not offer continuous contract; must reapply for PGY-2 year.
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ARMY FIRST YEAR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION:
PGY-1 Programs for the 2014 Selection Board
SPECIALT Y
SAUSHEC
Emergency Medicine
X
Family Medicine
General Surgery
X
GS Neurosurgery
GS Urology
X
Internal Medicine
X
Neurology
Child Neurology
OB-GYN
X
Orthopaedics
X
Otolaryngology
X
Pathology
X
Pediatrics
X
Psychiatry
T ransitional
X
Prelim Aerospace Medicine
Prelim Anesthesiology
X
Prelim Dermatology
X
Prelim Ophthalmology
X
Prelim Physical Medicine
Prelim Preventive Medicine
Prelim Radiation Oncology
Prelim Radiology(DIAG)
X
EAMC
X
X
X
X
MAMC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
T AMC
NCC
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
WBAMC
WAMC
X
CRDAMC
X
X
Martin ACH VA-DoD/Civ.
X
X
X
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X
X
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X
X
X
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X
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SAUSHEC –Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, T X/Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, T X/University of T exas, San Antonio, T X
NCC –Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD/Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, Fort Belvoir, VA
/Malcolm Grow Medical Center, Andrews AFB, MD/USUHS
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Active Duty for Training (ADTs)
• Training programs located on website
• 1st year - Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC). If
unable to attend then, need to complete before
medical school graduation; BOLC should be
completed prior to any clinical rotations
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2nd year - School ADT or rotation at Army community
hospital
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3rd and 4th years - Clinical rotations at Army hospitals
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Expectation to pass USMLE/COMLEX Parts I and II
and CS/PE and attend BOLC prior to graduation
Any year - Research rotation at Walter Reed Army
Institute of Research, Institute of Surgical Research,
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Uniformed
Services University
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Deadlines
• USMLE Step 1/COMLEX Level 1
 Score due to HPSP office by September 15
• USMLE Step 2 CK/COMLEX Level 2
CE and ERAS application
 Score and ERAS application due October
15 of 4th year
• Step 2 CS/Level 2 PE
 Result due February 15
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First Year Graduate Medical Education
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Mandatory application/participation
 All participants must apply for training in military residency programs.
 GME beyond FYGME will always be in military programs or sponsored training (on
active duty) in civilian programs.
 Civilian deferral and participation in the NRMP will be limited and only if authorized by
GME office to fill additional training requirements.
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FYGME Letter of Instruction (LOI) and Fact Sheet released to 4th year students
in July
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Application via ERAS and HPSP/FYGME website:
***Potential for change this year with all applications done on Army Medical Education
website- see LOI to confirm.
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Army Match – computerized match similar to NRMP
 Students declare specialty and rank all Army programs in that specialty
 All programs will see all applicants who have identified them as a specialty of choice
and will rank all applicants on their order of merit lists (OMLs). Programs are blinded to
students’ rankings of programs.
 Computer sorts and matches using student’s priority and program’s OML
 Applicants not matching to their specialty of choice match to a transitional year position.
Some unfilled positions may be available at post-match rebuttal board.
 Class of 2014: 85% of applicants selected for desired specialty
 Active duty service obligation/completion date may change depending on length of
residency
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PGY-1 Categorical Specialties
• Emergency Medicine
• Family Medicine
• General Surgery
• Internal Medicine
• Neurology
• Neurosurgery
• OB-GYN
• Orthopaedics
• Otolaryngology
• Pathology
• Pediatrics
• Prelim Anesthesiology
• Prelim Dermatology
• Prelim Ophthalmology
• Prelim PM&R
• Prelim Radiation
Oncology
• Prelim Radiology
• Psychiatry
• Urology
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Applications For PGY-1 Positions:
Applicants Per Approved Positions
SPECIALTY (Positions Offered)
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Emergency Medicine (30)
1.14
1.36
1.38
1.76
1.40
Family Medicine (47)
0.88
1.07
1
0.72
1
General Surgery (27)
1.80
1.65
1.26
1.38
1.41
General Surgery: Neurosurgery (4)
1.5
1.33
1
1.67
1.25
General Surgery: Urology (5)
0.57
0.71
1.29
1.29
1.80
Internal Medicine (59)
0.71
0.66
0.79
0.97
0.66
Neurology (4)
0.50
0.83
0.63
0.67
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0
1
1
1
2
OB-GYN (19)
0.59
0.83
1.61
1.06
1.28
Orthopaedics (19)
0.89
1.21
1.68
1
0.95
Otolaryngology (7)
1.72
1.33
2.14
0.83
1.43
Pathology (9)
1
1.17
0.89
0.44
0.56
Pediatrics (28)
0.62
0.92
0.79
0.89
1.11
Neurology: Child (1)
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Applications For PGY-1 Positions:
Applicants Per Approved Positions (continued)
SPECIALTY (Positions Offered)
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
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0
0
2
1
Prelim: Anesthesiology (12)
0.83
1.25
1.09
1.25
1.25
Prelim: Dermatology (7)
1.29
0.71
0.63
1.43
1.71
Prelim: Ophthalmology (7)
0.86
0.43
1.57
1.71
0.86
Prelim: Physical Medicine (3)
1.33
2
3.33
1
3
Prelim: Preventive Medicine (2)
0.50
1
0
1.50
0
Prelim: Radiation Oncology (1)
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1
0
1
1
Prelim: Radiology (14)
0.87
0.87
0.94
1.14
1.14
Psychiatry (17)
0.87
0.88
0.82
0.35
0.82
2
0
0
0
2
0.13
0.13
0.13
0.35
0.10
Prelim: Aerospace Medicine (1)
Psychiatry/Internal Medicine (1)
Transitional (40)
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Board Scores for Matched HPSP/USUHS
Students(class of 2014)
2011 national
means for
matched US
students
(step 1/step 2)
USMLE Step 1
Mean/Min
USMLE Step 2
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 1
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 2
Mean/Min
Neurology
(225/231)
250/219
236/214
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Psychiatry
(216/221)
213/192
221/215
462/430
482/426
Internal Medicine
(225/232)
226/193
242/215
509/408
530/400
Family Medicine
(214/223)
213/193
229/203
493/408
508/405
General Surgery
(224/231)
233/194
247/212
614/539
614/531
Orthopedic
Surgery
(238/241)
239/197
248/232
639/611
705/686
PM&R
(214/220)
229/225
247/243
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Diagnostic
Radiology
(238/242)
231/205
241/222
513/456
550/494
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Board Scores for Matched HPSP/USUHS
Students(class of 2014)
2011 national
means for
matched US
students
USMLE Step 1
Mean/Min
USMLE Step 2
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 1
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 2
Mean/Min
OB/GYN
(219/229)
232/213
240/419
500/428
544/419
Urology
245/235
244/232
538/451
534/498
Dermatology
(242/251)
246/242
251/224
562/549
695/604
Anesthesiology
(224/230)
227/204
241/232
536/518
518/494
Pediatrics
(219/229)
221/205
220/212
492/438
583/419
Ophthalmology
(235/
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Otolaryngology
(240/246)
241/209
252/238
632/621
640/562
(step 1/step 2)
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Board Scores for Matched HPSP/USUHS
Students(class of 2014)
2011 national
means for
matched US
students
USMLE Step 1
Mean/Min
USMLE Step 2
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 1
Mean/Min
COMLEX Lvl 2
Mean/Min
Pathology
(227/230)
226/202
229/223
553/418
614/541
Neurosurgery
(239/237)
248/245
256/246
Emergency
Medicine
(222/230)
225/193
234/206
515/440
569/463
Child Neurology
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(step 1/step 2)
** Data restricted to
protect student
privacy
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VA-DoD Training Opportunities
• Intern year in Army program
• Remainder of residency in VAsponsored program
 Radiology – Georgia Health Sciences
University; UT San Antonio
 Urology – UT San Antonio; Duke University
 Neurosurgery* – University of Florida; UT
San Antonio
*Entirety of training in VA-sponsored program
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2014 Army GMESB Selection Summary Report Fellowship
Training
Selects
Inservice
Military
Deferred
Selects
Selects
Civilian
Sponsored
Total
Applicants
Inservice
Select
Rate
Overall
Select
Rate
Total
Selects
NonSelects
Utilization/
Field
44
0
18
62
27
89
49.44%
69.66%
Interns
0
0
0
0
0
0
0%
0%
Current
Deferred
0
0
0
0
0
0
0%
0%
Current
Residents
42
0
30
72
71
143
29.37%
50.35%
Civilian
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Totals
86
0
48
134
98
232
37.07%
57.76%
Senior residents applying for fellowships do almost as well getting selected as staff physicians.
Medical Corps Officer Career Progression
YEARS
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Rank
6
CPT
BASIC CRS
Professional
Military Education
Additional
Training
FYGME
MAJ
CPT CAREER CRS
RESIDENCY
30
18
12
COL
LTC
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ED
SENIOR SVC. COLLEGE
FELLOWSHIP
CBRNE, SHORT COURSES
EXECUTIVE SKILLS COURSE
ADV. TRAUMA MANAGEMENT, ADV. TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT, COMBAT CASUALTY MGT
MPH
MBA
TWI
ADVANCED SCIENCE DEGREE
DEVELOPMENTAL & UTILIZATION ASSIGNMENTS
Typical
Assignments
Successful
Completion of
Internship and
Residency
Utilization Tour
Clinician
Self Development
Successful
Completion of
Fellowship
TOE/TDA Physician
Company Commander
Clinic OIC
Teaching Staff
Research Assistant
Clinician
BN/BDE/DIV
Surgeon
MEDCOM Staff
DCCS
MEDCEN Staff
MEDDAC Staff
Residency Director
Product Line Mgr
Division Chief
Clinician
Corps/MACOM
Surgeon
Commander
Joint Assignments
DCCS
MECEN Staff
Deputy Chief
Dir Med Ed
USUHS Faculty
Department Chair
Research Area Dir.
Continuing Medical Education / Board Recertification
License by yr. 2
Board Certification
Subspecialty Board Certification
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Army Medicine
Serving the nation since 1775
China 1944
44th MASH, Korea
1954
Radiology residents
1968
Serving to Heal…Honored to Serve
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