The Banner Good Samaritan OB/GYN residency program emphasizes academic excellence throughout the training experience, offering a learning environment that balances the personal and professional needs of our residents.
Our attending staff is dedicated to coordinating the highest standard of clinical care, an outstanding teaching environment, professional growth as well as being committed to advancing medical knowledge through research and education. In addition to our faculty, the Graduate Medical Education Office of Research provides guidance and support.
It is our belief that educating future physicians in our graduate medical education program furthers our mission of improving the physical and emotional health of the individuals and communities we serve by making a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care.
We commit ourselves to providing graduate medical education programs that enable physicians in training to develop clinical, personal, and professional competence and to participate in a wide range of scholarly activities under the guidance and supervision of the faculty and staff.
We are committed to conducting these programs in compliance with the Institutional and Program requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, and its Residency Review Committees.
Scholarly activity may be divided into a large-scale research project which requires Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval, or residents may complete a Quality Improvement (QI) project. QI projects are reviewed by the Research Determination Committee (RDC). Selected case reports with an extensive literature review will also satisfy the requirement.
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|Pam Thompson, MSN~L, RN CCRC||Facility Research Director||(602) 839-5678|
|John Mattox, MD||Research Director, Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.||(480) 338-8290|
|Sandi Doty||Administrative Assistant, Obstetrics and Gynecology Dept.||(602) 839-3832|