How many Neonatal Perinatal Fellows are in each class? +
Is the Fellowship Accredited? +
The Fellowship program was accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) in 2018, however financial issues and new hospital leadership prevented funding positions until 2022.
How many NICU beds are there at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer? +
There are a total of 142 beds.
What EMR system do we use? +
We use the Epic system.
What other fellowships do you offer? +
We currently offer four other pediatric fellowships at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children: Pediatric Critical Care, Sports Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Pediatric Gastroenterology.
Do pediatric residents rotate in the NICU? +
There are generally two to three pediatric residents and one medical student rotating in the NICU each month. Medical students are from Florida State University, The University of Florida, as well as other medical schools around the country. Fellows from the pediatric emergency medicine fellowship will also spend time with our delivery room team.
How much vacation time is each resident allotted per year? +
Residents each receive four weeks of vacation, one of which occurs over the Christmas/New Year holiday block.
Are fellows provided with parking? +
All residents are provided parking free of charge, located in the parking garage immediately next to Orlando Health Arnold Palmer.
Are fellows provided with food? +
Every fellow is provided a food stipend that is connected to their ID badge. It works at all the cafeterias on campus, as well as the on-campus Subway, Freshen Yogurt, and Starbucks. In addition, there is a doctors’ dining room serving a free breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. Coffee, tea, cold drinks and snacks are available in the doctors’ dining room at other times.
Are Orlando Health Arnold Palmer and Orlando Health Winnie Palmer located near each other? +
The two hospitals are across the street from each other and connected by an enclosed bridge that can be accessed from the 2nd and 3rd floors. The two hospitals share the same pediatric specialists as well as the same pediatric operating rooms.
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