Intern Welcome and Orientation

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Interns 2021-2022

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Intern Scavenger Hunt

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Getting to Know Each Other

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Intern Welcome Party

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Annual Hail & Farewell

  • Meeting the incoming Interns and sending off the Graduates
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PALS & NRP Training

Annual Retreats

Residents each year engage in an off-campus educational day retreat with their specific class. Retreats are designed to cover  topics based on level of training including leadership, board review preparation, financial advice, maintenance of certification, team building strategies, and more. 

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Kayaking on Savannah River

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Field Day

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Teamwork at Escape Room

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Teambuilding Activity

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Showing Off Artistic Skills

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PGY3s celebrating their final year

Wellness

Our residency program recognizes the importance of supporting individual and group mental and physical wellbeing. We offer a variety of protected wellness sessions each month.

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Yoga Time

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Christmas Sweaters

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Independent Wellbeing Time Built Into the Day

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Green Jackets Game

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Canal Boat RIde

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Chili Cookoff

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Solar Eclipse

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Food in Lounge for Hungry Residents

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Preparing Authentic Indian Food

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Pumpkin Painting

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Time with Nugget, our hospital therapy dog

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Halloween Fun

Procedural and Resuscitation Skills

Our Pediatric Residents get a variety of opportunities during the rotation to perform procedures in addition to protected educational time to run through mock code scenarios and practice procedural skills.

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Infant Mock Code

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Resuscitation Skills

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Suturing

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Learning Basic Casting Skills

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PIV Skills Training

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Simulation Lab

Annual Cornhole Tournament 

Enjoying our beautiful Augusta sunshine. The Pediatric Residents partnered with their Pediatric Attendings and Fellows for a friendly match between Gen Pediatrics, Hospitalists, Intesnsivisits, and Subspecialists.  

1st Annual Cornhole Champions

2020-2021 

Dr. Matthew Smith and Dr. Zachary Hodges

resident

Runner-Ups:

2020-2021 

Dr. Jack Noel and Dr. Kathryn McLeod

resident

 

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Resident and Fellows Scholars Day

All pediatric Residents complete a scholarly activity during their residency. To celebrate this achievement, Resident Scholars Day is held annually in June for finalists to present their work during a special Grand Rounds meeting. This is followed by a Poster Presentation in the lobby of the Children's Hospital of Georgia to display all scholarly work completed by graduating pediatric resident and fellows.

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Poster Session

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Discussing Research

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Faculty and Resident

Gold Humanism Honor Society

 The Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) recognizes students, residents and faculty who are exemplars of compassionate patient care. Congratulations to our Pediatric Resident Inductees for 2019!  

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Claire Jones, MD

  • Volunteering
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Katie Kerr, MD

  • Pictured with Dr. Sharma and Dr. Bauza

Pediatric Scientist Development Program

Frontiers in Science 

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Dr. Valera Hudson and Dr. Jonathan Alba

The Frontiers in Science program was established in 1987. That year also marked the launch of the Pediatric Scientist Development Program (PSDP) to prepare North American pediatricians for clinician-scientist careers. Each year, select Pediatric Department Chairs invite promising pediatric residents to attend the AMSPDC meeting. There, they attend presentations by exceptional scientists/investigators, including PSDP graduates to help inspire and interest these residents in pursuing investigative careers of their own.

March 1, 2019 
Savannah, GA