Community Hospital East Family Medicine Residency and The Jane Pauley Community Health Centers announce an exciting partnership as we begin an underserved residency track to train family physicians in the care of underserved populations in July 2016!
- Two residents from our class of ten residents each year will be selected into this track.
- The Jane Pauley Community Health Center at Shadeland will be the site for the residents to provide primary care to a continuity panel of patients over a three year period, supervised by faculty from the residency program.
- Residents will receive hands-on training in a Federally Qualified Health Center, learning the unique skills required to most effectively care for underserved populations.
- The Jane Pauley Community Health Center at Shadeland will serve as a patient-centered medical home to its patients, with an interdisciplinary team-based care model, involving physicians, nurse practitioners, clinical pharmacists, social workers, and nurse care managers.
The faculty physician lead for this track is Maurice Henein, MD, who comes to the residency with a wealth of experience in care of the underserved, refugee populations, global health, as well as residency education. He attended medical school at the University of Virginia, then did his residency training at the University of Cincinnati, where he also completed a fellowship in faculty development and underserved medicine. Dr. Henein has practiced in an FQHC setting here in Indianapolis, and has also served as residency faculty for several years, prior to joining our program. Dr. Henein will serve as an Associate Director of the Community Hospital East Family Medicine Residency, and will be the Site Director of Jane Pauley Community Health Center – Shadeland, as well as the Underserved Track Director. Dr. Henein practices full-spectrum family medicine, including inpatient medicine care, as well as obstetrics.