Bayhealth has plentiful research opportunities in each of the medical subspecialties, as well as opportunities for case presentations, performance improvement and curriculum development. We will provide you with guidance throughout the process.
Yes. After successfully completing step 3, being promoted by PGY-2 year and obtaining a full medical license, residents are allowed to work outside of the organization for moonlighting pay if approved by the program director. These hours will count towards duty hours and cannot exceed ACGME requirements.
Bayhealth does have a Hematology/Medical Oncology Fellowship program. Residents will rotate with fellows on hematology and medical oncology subspecialty rotations. If you are interested in another specialty, we will assist you by providing opportunities to do away electives at preeminent university centers so you can prove that you deserve a spot in their fellowship program. Completing research or scholarly activity is a requirement for all Internal Medicine residency programs, and is valued by fellowship programs when considering applicants.
Yes! Bayhealth became a core clinical campus for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) in 2019, and we now host students from Drexel University School of Medicine and Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. We also started accepting students from other schools through VSLO in 2022.