Our anesthesiology education faculty has trained at premier programs across the country, bringing their experience and knowledge to Health Quest and preparing you for leadership in tomorrow’s healthcare. Our Anesthesiology Residency Program offers excellent clinical training, access to a diverse patient population and experience with significant comorbidities.
Our primary training site, Northern Dutchess Hospital, provides a close-knit environment within the larger academic system at Health Quest. Health Quest prioritizes family medicine training at this site by offering unopposed clinical rotations such as inpatient medicine, outpatient pediatrics, and geriatrics. Residents will have access to the same educational resources as a large teaching institution while maintaining the principled role of a family medicine physician. We are excited to open our brand-new outpatient Family Medicine Practice with our community partners at Hudson River Healthcare. Our trainees will receive broad exposure to diverse patient populations and provide quality patient care to the entire Mid-Hudson Valley community.
As an ACGME-accredited internal medicine residency program, our curriculum and clinical training experiences will prepare graduates to be not only independent practitioners or candidates for fellowship training, but also leaders in the field of medicine. The support of our highly qualified leadership, our well-equipped, state-of-the-art institutions, and our competent faculty and medical staff all form the foundation of a strong and vibrant program.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Education is at the heart of this program, where specialists-in-training develop a deep core of the basic sciences and specialty information dedicated to OB/GYN. Residents will be challenged to temper a wealth of information with compassion, and then finely hone that knowledge with discussion and debate.
Our residency program offers diversity of training sites and patient population. The resident will have exposure to all the different areas of psychiatry including ECT, child and adolescent forensics, integrated care and telepsychiatry. Our faculty have different training backgrounds and expertise, all committed to provide the best teaching and supervision to prepare competent psychiatrists.
Our dedicated faculty is energetic, engaged, and passionate about teaching clinical excellence. Our goal is to form a collegial environment, placing resident wellness as a top priority while maintaining emphasis on patient care.
We are seeking good people with the potential to be great physicians and well-rounded surgeons and clinicians. In your search of residency programs, we can offer opportunities to structure training in pursuit of career paths in community-based general surgery, academic settings, and specialized fellowship training. All residents will engage in scholarly activity, with a focus on research, quality improvement, and outcomes-based practice.
We hope you’ll consider joining us.
Our Transitional Year residents work closely alongside residents in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesiology and Family Medicine programs. All residents complete standard core rotations in surgery, medicine and emergency medicine to develop broad medical knowledge and patient care skills.
Our Emergency Medicine Residency Program will train residents to go beyond the didactic and experiential thirty-six month curriculum that comprises traditional emergency medicine residency training. We teach foundational principles of critical thinking and model timeless values and ideals that inform our graduates’ medical practice for the entirety of their careers in emergency medicine and throughout their lives.
Our Neurololgy Residency Program teaching faculty is comprised of seasoned physicians with subspecialty training. Our goal is to provide residents with high quality training, resources and education to gain foundational knowledge in neurology and related specialties through a robust mix of acute and outpatient clinical experience.