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O'Fallon Health Center

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This location functions as the single-residency continuity clinic for our program and provides a full spectrum of primary and preventive care for all age groups. Partnering with Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Elizabeth's Hospital and Scott Air Force Base,  SIHF Healthcare O'Fallon provides family medicine, behavioral health, obstetric and pediatric services to patients of varying backgrounds, including the military community.

Some interesting facts about SIHF Healthcare and our clinic are:

  • SIHF Healthcare operates 34 Health Centers in 10 counties across Southern and Eastern Illinois
  • Our affiliate hospital is Touchette Regional Hospital in Centreville, IL 
  • All of our clinics serve medically underserved areas and are open to all, regardless of their ability to pay
  • Fees are charged on sliding scale with discounts based on family size and income

375th Medical Group

Located on Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Illinois, the 375th Medical Group, also known as the 375 MDG, provides services for 23,000 beneficiaries and trains 42 health care professionals annually through four specialty training programs. It has affiliations with the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association, and is accredited by the joint commission Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, American Dental Association, and the College of American Pathologists. 

Our residents complete the following rotations at this location:

  • PGY1: Outpatient pediatrics, sports medicine
  • PGY2: Dermatology, gynecology, vasectomy portion of procedures, elective options
  • PGY3: Outpatient pediatrics, elective/med surg selective options

HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital

St. Elizabeth's Hospital
 

Completed in 2017, HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital serves as the primary hospital  for the Saint Louis University (Southwest Illinois) Family Medicine Residency. Our residents provide unopposed medical coverage for adult inpatients, emergency room medical coverage, and labor and delivery patients, along with the newborns in the nursery.

HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital is a member of the Hospital Sisters Health System, a multi-institutional health care system with 15 hospitals in 14 communities across Illinois and Wisconsin, and an integrated physician network. HSHS St. Elizabeth's Hospital's physicians represent more than 40 medical specialties serving patients throughout Southern Illinois.   

Our residents complete the following rotations at this location:

  • PGY1: FMIS, nursery, inpatient obstetrics, emergency medicine
  • PGY2: FMIS, OB night float, ICU, elective options
  • PGY3: FMIS, elective/med surg selective options

SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital

SLU Hospital
 

SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital serves as the main teaching hospital for the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Opened in September 2020, the 802,000 square foot hospital building and the connected SLUCare Center for Specialized Medicine complex are designed to meet the growing patient needs across Missouri and Illinois.  The new hospital building replaced  the previous Saint Louis University Hospital structure, which had operated in the city of St. Louis since 1933. As the largest Medicaid service provider in Missouri, the hospital and SLUCare Center for Specialized Medicine are designed to meet the growing patient needs across Missouri and Illinois.

Our residents complete the following rotations at this location:

  • PGY1: Geriatrics
  • PGY2: Behavioral medicine, elective options
  • PGY3: Emergency medicine, elective/med surg selective options

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

Cardinal Glennon Hospital
 

SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital is the nation's only free-standing, not-for-profit Catholic children's hospital. As a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center and Level IV NICU (the highest rating for both), this facility helps provide total care for newborn, child, and adolescent patients. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, this hospital primarily provides pediatric care for the Illinois and Missouri region, with other patients from across the world.

Our residents complete the following rotations at this location:

  • PGY1: Inpatient Pediatrics
  • PGY2: Pediatric Emergency Room
  • PGY3: N/A

Touchette Regional Hospital (SIHF Healthcare)

Touchette Regional Hospital is a general acute care facility in Centreville, IL, that has been serving impoverished Metro East communities since 1958, regardless of ability to pay. This center offers services that include a women's and newborn center, an expanded emergency department, and behavioral health and physical therapy services. Residents primarily rotate through the emergency department and inpatient psychiatric unit; however, further opportunities in the associated outpatient clinics are available.

Our residents complete the following rotations at this location:

  • PGY1: Emergency medicine
  • PGY2: Elective options
  • PGY3: Elective options

Community Preceptors

Our residents are also trained by community preceptors for the following rotations:

  • PGY1: Pediatrics (as needed)
  • PGY2: Orthopedics, elective options, dermatology (as needed)
  • PGY3: Cardiology, community and industrial medicine, pediatrics (as needed), elective/med surg selective options

Elective/Med Surg Selectives

Elective/Med Surg Selective options include, but are not limited to, the following; however, any rotation must be performed with a preceptor who falls under the residency "umbrella" (i.e., affiliated with SLU, SIHF Healthcare, St. Elizabeth's, or Scott AFB)—unless a separate training agreement is approved well in advance through legal channels:

   
Academic Medicine Obstetrics
Acupuncture Orthopedics
AIDS Care Patient Education
Allergy Pediatrics
Anesthesiology Physical Therapy
Cardiology Plastic Surgery

Dermatology (rarely available)

Podiatry

Endocrinology

Procedures

ENT

Professionalism/Physician as Leader

Family Medicine Clinic

Psychiatry

Flight Medicine

Public Health

Gastroenterology

Pulmonary Medicine

Geriatrics

Radiology

Gynecology

Radiology/Oncology

Hematology/Oncology

Research

Hospitalist Service

Rheumatology

Infectious Disease

Rural Primary Care

Inner-City Primary Care

Sleep Medicine

Inpatient Medicine

Sports Medicine

Intensive Care Unit

Surgery

Nephrology

Urology

Neurology

Wound Care