Location — Akron General Medical Center
Duration — 4 weeks
Number of Students — 1
James Gebel, MD
400 Wabash Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44307
Contact - Jenny Henninger
Teaching Faculty —
Norman Friedman, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
DeRen Huang, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Hugh Miller, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
William Novak, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
Jose Rafecas, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine
Howard Shapiro, MD, Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine
- To expose the student to the neurologic patient in both inpatient and outpatient settings and gain necessary skills to assess via the history and physical examination
- Participate in daily teaching rounds with the attending and house staff, and will become familiar with arteriography, computerized tomography and MRI.
- Become proficient in the performance of the neurological examination in order to assess the acuity and prognosis of the clinical problem, and formulate a rational plan of investigation and management in conjunction with the teaching team.
- Students may elect to work with any of the faculty by notifying our Medical Education office at the time of application.
Night Call/Special Requirements: None
Date Updated: 05-NOV-2012