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CAMP LEJEUNE FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

Navy Medicine’s newest residency, CLFMR began in 2003 and has graduated 51 fully competent Family Medicine Physicians to date.  The guiding principle of the residency is continuity of care and individual commitment to a panel of military families.  The residents participate as part of the Medical Home Team allowing the patient better potential for access to their doctor, promoting both doctor and patient satisfaction.

Mission: We train superb family physicians to provide force health protection to Sailors, Marines, retirees and their families.

Patient Base: There are currently 25,000 TRICARE patients enrolled to the facility, with approximately 2500 ER visits and ~200 deliveries per month.  Approximately 13,000 of these are assigned to CLFMR.


Facts about Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune: Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL) is almost as old as the base itself, having been activated in 1943.  The current hospital facility, however, is one of the newest in the South, opening in 1983.  There are beds for 82 inpatients, with the ability to expand, plus general and specialty care outpatient clinics.  The facility is built on a 162-acre site just inside the main gate of Camp Lejeune. 

Mission Statement: To serve our military community through excellence in patient and family centered care, readiness and professional development.

Facts about Camp Lejeune/Jacksonville Area: Camp Lejeune is a family oriented community on the southeast coast of NC.  Hot summers and mild winters allow a tremendous variety of outdoor and recreational activities for adults and children, both on base and nearby.  These include sailing, boating, hiking, cycling, hunting, fishing, beaches (& beach houses), golf and swimming.  Affordable housing, low crime rates, good schools-both public and parochial, inexpensive dining, and southern hospitality are the rule.  Wilmington is an hour away, with its shopping, history, culture, and fine dining.  Raleigh /Durham is 3 hours, and the Blue Ridge Mountains and Washington DC are ~6 hours away.  A particular draw to the area is the safe, small town atmosphere, with Civil War historical sites and a coastal aquarium within a 1-hour drive.  Fabulous beach resorts are located close to the area.

For more information, contact Rae Griggs, the GME Coordinator. We offer clerkships in Family Medicine, Sports Medicine and others as requested.

Program Contact Information:

Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune
Attn: GME Coordinator
100 Brewster Blvd.
Camp Lejeune, NC 28547
Phone: (910) 450-3138
Email: nhclgmecoordinator@med.navy.mil
Residency Facebook link -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Camp-Lejeune-Family-Medicine-Residency/254888294557643
Program Director, Phyllis MacGilvray, MD

Residency Curriculum:

NHCL Curriculum Goals and Objectives

R1R2R3
Adult Medicine-8 weeks
Adult Medicine Night Float-8 weeks
Pediatric Inpatient -8 weeks
Obstetrics– 8 weeks
Surgery/Anes-4 weeks
MSK-4 weeks
Surgical sub-specialties– 4 weeks
FMC/Pro- 4 weeks
ER-4 weeks
Adult Medicine- 4 weeks
Adult Medicine Night Float- 4 weeks
ICU- 4 weeks
Procedures- 4 weeks
Obstetrics– 4 weeks
Peds Inpt (NMCP)– 4 weeks
ER- 4 weeks
Cardiology– 4 weeks
Pediatric Clinic- 4 weeks
FMC- 4 weeks
GERI– 4 weeks
MSK- 4 weeks
ELEC– 4 weeks
Adult Medicine-4 weeks
Adult Medicine Night Float-4 weeks
NEURO- 4 weeks
Procedures– 4 weeks
OB- 4 weeks
MH- 4weeks
ER– 4 weeks
Practice Mgmt- 4weeks
PED CL 4 weeks
FMC– 4 weeks
ELEC–12weeks

Academic Medicine and Practice Management are done in a longitudinal fashion throughout the R2 and R3 years of the residency.

Curriculum emphasizes:

  • GYN: colposcopy, LEEP, endometrial biopsy
  • Office: vasectomy, I&D, suturing, skin lesions
  • Inpatient: central lines, thoracentesis, paracentesis, ventilator care
  • Obstetrics: high volume with cesarean sections
  • Pediatrics:
       –Inpatient at NHCL and at NMC Portsmouth
       –Pediatric precepting in FMC
  • Practice Management: Family Practice Chief, didactics
  • ACLS, ATLS, ALSO, NRP, STABLE, etc
  • Research and writing for publication
    Learning experience:
    •Residents are treated as adult learners: self-directed & motivated
    •Residents are treated like colleagues by faculty and staff
    •Responsible to your patients and your colleagues
    •On-call:
       –R2-3s ~ Q5-7 nocs
    •Outstanding residents who share in the growth, management and   ownership of program.

Affiliations:

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
     Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is an affiliated teaching hospital of USU.  We are a core rotation site for the second and third year family medicine clerkships and the second year pediatrics clerkship

Virginia Commonwealth University
     Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is an affiliated teaching hospital of VCU and is a core rotation site for many as their third year Family Medicine clerkship.

Lincoln Memorial University, DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine
     Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is a core rotation site for many in their third year.

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine
     Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is a core rotation site for many in their third and fourth years.