Resident Advocacy Program
2014 Resident Advocacy Program (RAP)
Now Accepting Registrants!!!
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RAP provides participants the opportunity to interact with District II staff, participate in 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.
Interested in the Resident Advocacy Program but need more information, contact Katie Gordon, Director of Government Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 RAP Program
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 2014 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.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Beth Israel Medical Center
Lauren Barlog, MD
Nikhila Iruku, DO
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center
Catherine Igel, MD
Jennifer Jorgensen, MD
Julie Kaplan, MD
Mengyang Sun, MD
Catherine Wu, MD
Columbia University Medical Center
Emilie Vander Haar, MD
New York - Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University
Sarah Horvath, MD
New York - Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center
Rula Kanj, MD
Lucy Viera, MD
New York University School of Medicine
Megan Campol Haynes, MD
Haley Moss, MD
Ester Dorzin, MD
Sarah Schoch, MD