Residency

Internal Medicine Residency

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Michael Moore, MD

Internal Medicine Program Director

The Internal Medicine Residency Program is an innovative state-of-the-art program that incorporates inpatient and outpatient medicine learning experiences, with many sub-specialty rotations, and osteopathic manipulative medicine into a dynamic education process. In the IM Continuity Clinic residents develop outpatient care skills, and learn practice management.   Danville Regional offers a wide variety of practice experience as it is based in a semi-rural Federally designated primary care underserved area. The area provides a robust Emergency Department and inpatient medicine service. The DRMC Cardiology Program is closely aligned with Duke University Cardiology enabling DRMC IM Residents to receive world class cardiovascular care learning opportunities.  Our program provides a well-rounded educational experience to allow osteopathic internal medicine residents to become a physician ready to meet the needs of their patients.

Education:  
1966 BA Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1970

Medical Doctor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

1971 Medicine Internship, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
1972 Medicine Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
1974 Nephrology Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
   
Professional:  
2010-Present IM Residency Program Director, Danville Regional Medical Center
1994- Present Director of Continuing Medical Education, Danville Regional Medical Center
2009-Present Clinical Professor of Medicine, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
2006-2007 Chief Medical Officer, Danville Regional Medical Center
1999-Present Clinical Professor of Surgical Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
1999-2010 Clinical Professor of Medicine (Nephrology), Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Certifications:
1973 American Board of Internal Medicine
1986 Nephrology Subspecialty Certification
1999 Hypertension Specialist Certification, American Society of Hypertension
Leadership:
2007-Present Ralph Landis Continuing Medical Education Committee, Chairman
2005-Present President and Co-Founder Consortium For Southeastern Hypertension Control
2002-Present Vice-Chairperson Medical Society Virginia Intrastate CME Accreditation Committee
Awards: 2004 American Heart Association Physician of the Year

Additional Information

Approved Positions

45
Funded Positions 30

Call

PGY 1: 8-weeks block nights with occasional weekend call

PGY 2&3:  Serve as senior Resident for Core team; 2-3 calls per month – frequency varies depending upon assigned rotation.

Didactics

Harrison’s Club (weekly) | Journal Club | Noon Lectures | Board Review | EKG Review | Monthly CME Symposium | Team teaching with faculty

Certifications

BLS, ACLS – required current certification prior to before residency start
 PALS, NRP – certification provided during residency

Salary
Effective 9/2015

 

PGY 1: $47,000

PGY 2: $48,000

PGY 3: $49,000

Educational Stipend

PGY 1: $1,000

PGY 2: $1,500

PGY 3: $2,000

Health/Dental Insurance Provided by the hospital at nominal cost
Paid Time Off (PTO) 20 days
Meal Allowance Meals while on-duty are provided at no cost
Malpractice Insurance Provided
Emboridered Lab Coats 2 provided
   
Information subject to change.

 


 

Sample Curriculum

Block

PGY 1
PGY 2
PGY 3
1
ER Pulmonary ICU
2
General Surgery Block Nights
Cardiology
3
Block Nights
Hospital Med ICU
4
Hospital Med
Gastroenterology Elective
5
Hospital Med
Hospital Med
Hospital Med
6

Block Nights

Endocrinology Nephrology
7
ICU Hospital Med
Elective
8
Cardiology ICU
Hospital Med
9
Hospital Med
Neurology Elective
10
Hospital Med HEM/ONC Hospital Med
11
Women's Health Elective
Rheumatology
12
Med Select
Hospital Med
Infectious Disease
13
Hospital Med Med Selective Hospital Med

Information subject to change.

Internship Program
Training geared towards individuals preference

Family Medicine Residency
Our family practice residency program encompasses a wide-range of progressive family centered patient care experiences

Internal Medicine Residency
The General Internal Medicine Residency is structured to provide residents with the fundamental knowledge and principles essential to the practice of internal medicine

Medical Students
Selected specialties available


Meet Our Residents

Family Medicine

Internal Medicine

Traditional Rotating Interns


Department of Medical Education

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