Location — Private Office — Akron General Medical Center Duration — 4 weeks Number of Students — 1
Director(s) — Stephen Crane, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology 400 Wabash Avenue Akron, Ohio 44307 1-330-344-1876
Teaching Faculty — Stephen Crane, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology Angela Silber, MD John Stewart, MD, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology Melissa Mancuso, MD Dawn Pekarak, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology
To expose the student to concepts and techniques involved in the management of high-risk obstetrical patients.
Be exposed to principles of risk assessment in obstetrics, techniques of antepartum fetal evaluation, the ante-, intra- and postpartum care of women with medical obstetrical complication of pregnancy in the office and hospital setting.
Do patient work-ups, direct patient management under supervision and present cases.
Prepare a written or oral report dealing with a selected topic in high-risk obstetrics. Topic selection is subject to faculty approval.
Night Call/Special Requirements: No specific night call rotation is required; however, the student will be expected to attend the deliveries of high-risk patients which may occur outside normal working hours.