Resident Advocacy Program
Resident Advocacy Program (RAP) a Success!
Thanks to all of the residents who have visited the ACOG District II office in Albany for the Resident Advocacy Program (RAP). The program, being offered during the 2013 legislative session, offers ob/gyn residents the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of policy and political factors that shape the future of obstetrics and gynecology. To date, the following residents have participated in RAP:
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Woojin Chong, MD
Paul-Ann Green, MD
Tracy Grossman, MD
Priyanka Kadam, MD
Alexander Kucherov, MD
Jennifer Pitotti, MD
Beth Israel Medical Center
Nora Doty, MD
Noah Nattell, MD
Columbia University Medical Center
Laureen Ojalvo, MD
Moeun Son, MD
New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical College
Jolyn Taylor, MD, MD
Anna Taylor-Shih, MD
St Luke’s- Roosevelt Hospital Center
Caitlin Bump, MD
Juliet Mushi, MD
Jessie Fauntleroy, MD
Ryan Schlueter, DO
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Jennifer Makin, MD
Kasandra Scales, MD
RAP participants meet with District II staff, attend workshops, hear lectures and meet with their legislative representatives. This experience better prepares a new generation of physicians to influence the future of our healthcare delivery system and offers ob/gyn residents a unique opportunity to participate in the political process in Albany. If you are interested in taking part in the Resident Advocacy Program, contact Katie Gordon, Director of Government Relations: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for an overview of the program.
Click here to respond regarding participation in the RAP Program.