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Clinical Service Overview

Service: VTMED 5600 Ambulatory and Production Medicine
Reporting Time (for first day of rotation): 8:00 a.m. (or as instructed in separate email)
Reporting Location: C2-609 Clinical Programs Center (CPC)- Computer Lab
Service Hours: Depends on clinician; can be highly variable. Ask the clinician when he/she will be leaving the following morning.
Service Phone Number: 253-3140
Section Chief: Dr. Charles Guard
Faculty Members: Dr. Rodrigo Bicalho, Dr. Charles Guard, Dr. Daryl Nydam, Dr. Mary Smith, Dr. Lorin Warnick
Residents: Dr. Jennifer Pearson, Dr. Matthias Wieland, Dr. Martin Hugo Zinicola
Technical and Support Staff: Michelle Stefanski-Seymour
Emergency Duty Roster: Ambulatory Emergency Duty Roster
Individual Preparing Emergency Duty Roster: Carol Smith, 3-3140 (cms22@cornell.edu)
Special Clothing Needed: Clean coveralls and rubber washable boots. Having boots that slip over work shoes is highly recommended.
Instruments or Special Equipment Needed: Students should be equipped with stethoscope, thermometer, watch or other device that gives time in seconds, pen, hemostats, scissors, and penlight. Your cell phone and I-Pad should have minimal use!

Bring your lunch and dress for working outside.
Additional Comments: Please review Block V lectures and Block VII labs as time allows. The Ambulatory quizzes and the Bovine Curriculum Guide (links on left side of course webpage) will remind you of material you need to be familiar with.
Questions, revisions and updates to the ‘Clinical Service Overview Sheet’ should be directed to Rosemary Adessa rca7@cornell.edu