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 Resident Evaluations

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​By definition, any educational process must include assessment. Without evaluation, we can't assure we are providing you skills and knowledge necessary for successful clinical practice.

We regularly assess your progress, advise you in areas of strength and areas for improvement and direct you in ongoing efforts to continuously improve.

A variety of sources evaluate you during residency to form a "360 Degree Assessment." In addition to completing self evaluations, you'll be evaluated by nurses, medical assistants, medical students and peers.​

ACGME's Six Competencies

In an ever-growing shift toward training to competency, ACGME has stated the following: "The residency program must require its residents to develop the competencies in the six areas below to the level expected in a new practitioner."

These competencies include:

  • Patient Care
  • Medical Knowledge
  • Practice-Based Knowledge and Improvement
  • Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Professionalism
  • Systems-Based Practice

Learn more about competencies at ACGME's site >​

With these competencies in mind, we have recently embraced the Milestone Evaluation System to further enhance your training. 

Your evaluations of us

We value your evaluations of your residency experience and us.  Your feedback allows for continuous improvement.

  • Evaluate your attending and rotation at each end of rotation.
  • Review your experiences over the past six months ta your biannual composite evaluation.
  • Complete an anonymous survey on an annual basis.