A St. Vincent doctor is different. Our doctors have the clinical skill and expertise you’d expect from any doctor. But a St. Vincent doctor adds something more: more of themselves, more heart, more compassion and more caring.
At St. Vincent, our physicians are a central focus. They lead a team of professionals devoted to our patients and their care. Our physicians could practice anywhere in the world but they choose to practice here at the one place that nurtures their ability to care for their patients.
As a physician, your relationship with St. Vincent is valued. As your partner in providing healthcare to the community, we are dedicated to developing and maintaining physician satisfaction through a collaborative effort. We are pleased to offer this section of our website to quickly assist you in providing that exceptional care to our patients.
Our website offers a wonderful health library for your patients and we hope you will feel free to print out and distribute this information for them to take home and use as a reference. To access our health information, click on "Health Library" in the blue banner at the top of this web page.
Grand Rounds are held from 8 - 9 a.m. every Wednesday in the Amphitheatre at 3700 Washington Avenue, unless otherwise indicated. We also host Trauma Rounds, Perinatal Rounds, Tumor Boards, and Performance Improvement CME. Please contact each department for their schedule.
The link to Distance Education will enable you to view past St. Vincent Grand Rounds presentations from the comfort of your home or office. Completing a post-evaluation (when available) will provide you with a certificate of completion for reporting your CME hours.
We designate each of these educational activities for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. You should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of participation in the activities. Programs not sponsored by St. Vincent Medical Center may not be eligible for credit.
AAPA accepts Category 1 credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA Category 1 CME credit for the PRA from organizations accredited by ACCME.
St. Vincent Medical Center is accredited by the Indiana State Medical Association to provide Continuing Medical Education for physicians.
We are pleased to offer streaming media programming to physicians, healthcare professionals and associates. You may access our Distance Education Catalog and view the videos by clicking on "Distance Education Direct Link".
Healthcare Professionals: Provided in the presentation are links to a test and evaluation which you must take and submit. You must answer all questions correctly to earn those CME credits. To view speaker credentials, please check the Grand Rounds schedule. To view speaker credentials, please check the Grand Rounds schedule. A list of speaker disclosures is located immediately below the speaker panel in the Distance Education presentation. References and information sources are included in each presentation.
Please note: We want to ensure the best possible experience for you as you utilize our services. The quality of your experience with streaming media is primarily based on your computer's hardware and software, and your connection to the internet. Increases in internet traffic or overall network reliability will play a dramatic role in the audio and video quality of the streams that you are viewing.
The streaming video/audio and multimedia are best viewed using Microsoft's Windows® Media Player 9 through a high speed internet connection (generally available from your local phone or cable company).
If you cannot play the video once you access the Distance Learning Catalog, you may need to adjust your settings in Windows Media Player software. Available free from Microsoft
Please utilize the button in the left hand navigation to directly access our catalog of media presentations and view your selected video.
We encourage Career Shadowing for students in the clinical phase of their training. We assist those trying to make a decision on a career path in an effort to promote all clinical and non-clinical healthcare careers. In doing so, we comply with federal rules and regulations including HIPAA regarding patient confidentiality. New policies and procedures are in place to assist both you and your sponsors through the career shadowing process. You must make your own arrangements with the sponsor you wish to shadow before notifying the contact from that area.
Please review the Career Shadowing Policy before completing the career shadowing packet and contact your sponsor with any questions.
Our Podiatric Residency Program teaches resident physicians to deliver comprehensive, ongoing care to patients of all ages. Residents are taught how a patient's individual needs, life experiences and expectations can impact one's health. The Podiatric Residency, a three-year program, serves a dual mission - top-notch resident education and service to our patients in a Christ-centered environment.
The Podiatric Residency Program trains new physicians while delivering health care to the medically under-served. The program is fully accredited by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education. A graduate from our program will be well-equipped for board certification in Podiatric Surgery and Podiatric Primary Medicine.
The Podiatric Clinic is located on campus and is the primary training areas for our residents. Outreach clinics, community service opportunities, and overseas mission work are expanded opportunities.
The Resident Trainee will be eligible for benefits on the same basis as all other full time exempt employees including group health, dental, life and long term disability insurance.
Thank you for visiting our website. We encourage you to contact us to find out more about our program or to arrange an elective rotation.
Application for residency positions are made through CASPR. We participate in Central CRIP.
An invitation for an interview may be extended by the Program Director to a qualified applicant with:
St. Vincent is committed to consistently deliver the best, most personalized healthcare experience possible...right from the start. St. Vincent healthcare team includes some of the most dedicated, experienced and highly trained experts in the area. We work together quickly and efficiently to care for the patient and family members, as well.
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The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is the formal structure to review, approve, and monitor research conducted at St. Vincent Evansville Health by physicians, nurses, or students. IRB meets quarterly on the 2nd Friday of the month at 7:00 a.m. in the Administrative Board Room.
Each principal investigator (PI) of a new application is required to introduce the study or project under review to the IRB at a regularly scheduled meeting.
New applications and annual reports are due three (3) weeks prior to the meeting.
All student projects, research or non-research, conducted on any of the St. Vincent Evansville campuses, must have IRB approval before any data collection can be done. This includes collecting information from nurses, physicians, patients, medical records, or medical center databases.
|IRB Meeting Date||Meeting Packet Deadline|
|March 11, 2016||February 19, 2016|
|June 10, 2016||May 20, 2016|
|September 9, 2016||August 19, 2016|
|December 9, 2016||November 18, 2016|
|March 10, 2017||February 17, 2017|
Rebecca P. Winsett, PhD, RN | IRB Chair, IRB Liaison
Sheila Hawes | Administrative Specialist
The following links are forms used to complete an IRB application. The IRB policy is included below for additional reference. If you need assistance, contact Rebecca P. Winsett, PhD, RN.
Thank you for your interest in St. Vincent Evansville Pharmacy Residency Program. Our program is designed to provide residents with the training and support needed to serve as a well-rounded, compassionate healthcare provider who is fully prepared to function as a qualified health system pharmacist.
PGY1 pharmacy residency programs build on Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) education and outcomes to contribute to the development of clinical pharmacists responsible for medication-related care of patients with a wide range of conditions, eligible for board certification, and eligible for postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency training. The PGY1 pharmacy residency will provide training experiences in the fundamentals of pharmacy practice in an integrated health system. Residents will gain experience in a variety of patient care settings including general medicine, critical care, nephrology, pediatrics and infectious disease.
While developing competence to provide patient-centered care, PGY1 residents will acquire substantial knowledge for skillful problem solving and strengthen their professional values. An individualized training plan based on the resident’s baseline level of knowledge, skills, and interests will be developed at the beginning of the year. Along with clinical activities, residents will be required to staff in the central pharmacy and complete a year-long research project and provide education to physician and nurses.
As a member of Ascension Health and St. Vincent Health, the Pharmacy Department at St. Vincent Health affords residents the opportunity to participate in direct patient care clinical activities throughout an integrated health system.
Our department staff is involved in all aspects of the patient care experience from procurement, preparation and distribution to physician-led patient rounding, care transitions and post-discharge follow-up. The pharmacy has a fully automated centralized dispensing area and USP-797 compliant dedicated clean room for sterile preparation. We are active throughout the health system collaborating closely with other disciplines to develop and implement new initiatives for a quality patient experience. Pharmacy actively participates in patient safety activities including assessment of adverse drug events, medication errors, and ISMP Best Practice recommendations. A comprehensive clinical program includes services such as daily interdisciplinary rounding, pharmacokinetic and renal dosing, antimicrobial stewardship, nutritional support, anticoagulation therapy management, formulary management, and care transitions in an outpatient clinic setting. Pharmacists precept for pharmacy students and provide education for medical and nursing staff.
Number of Positions: 2
For more information about the program or curriculum, please contact:
Christi Riley, Pharm.D., BCPS | Clinical Staff Pharmacist
PGY-1 Residency Program Director
Phone: (812) 485-4368