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Internal Medicine Residency Program Earns Continued Accreditation

Jun 13, 2022, 12:30 PM
Skagit Regional Health’s Internal Medicine Residency Program has received Continued Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Skagit Regional Health’s Internal Medicine Residency Program has received Continued Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

After initial accreditation, ACGME grants a 10-year Continued Accreditation to programs that have demonstrated ongoing substantial compliance with ACGME standards and requirements. ACGME specialty experts closely monitor and review a program’s educational standards that are essential in preparing physicians to deliver safe and high-quality medical care.

“The Skagit Regional Health team is elated by this news. It has been years of hard work and dedication on the part of the residency program, our providers, staff and community members,” said Chief Medical Officer Connie Davis, MD, who serves as the Designated Institutional Official for Graduate Medical Education (GME) at Skagit Regional Health. “Our GME program has been integral in our success during this uncertain time and we thank them for their compassion, energy and dedication.”

BELOW: The Class of 2023 Internal Medicine residents includes Matthew Kon, DO; Melinda Mantooth, DO; Sarah Zubair, MD; Rhandy Ceballos, DO; Savannah Broadlick, DO and Khadij Assani, DO.

Internal Medicine Residency  Program earns continued  accreditation

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Internal Medicine Residency Program Earns Continued Accreditation

Jun 13, 2022, 12:30 PM
Skagit Regional Health’s Internal Medicine Residency Program has received Continued Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

Skagit Regional Health’s Internal Medicine Residency Program has received Continued Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

After initial accreditation, ACGME grants a 10-year Continued Accreditation to programs that have demonstrated ongoing substantial compliance with ACGME standards and requirements. ACGME specialty experts closely monitor and review a program’s educational standards that are essential in preparing physicians to deliver safe and high-quality medical care.

“The Skagit Regional Health team is elated by this news. It has been years of hard work and dedication on the part of the residency program, our providers, staff and community members,” said Chief Medical Officer Connie Davis, MD, who serves as the Designated Institutional Official for Graduate Medical Education (GME) at Skagit Regional Health. “Our GME program has been integral in our success during this uncertain time and we thank them for their compassion, energy and dedication.”

BELOW: The Class of 2023 Internal Medicine residents includes Matthew Kon, DO; Melinda Mantooth, DO; Sarah Zubair, MD; Rhandy Ceballos, DO; Savannah Broadlick, DO and Khadij Assani, DO.

Internal Medicine Residency  Program earns continued  accreditation