Sunday, May 03, 2009
TO: V Semester Summer Class at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore
FROM: J. Ernesto Calderon, M.P.H., M.D., F.A.C.S
Welcome to Baltimore!
Following are instruction to make your Registration Process easier and faster:
A. PREPARE AND ORGANIZE ALL YOUR DOCUMENTS IN ADVANCE
1 You should have the following documents ready by Friday in original and one copy.
a. Fasten the original documents in a folder and the copy in another one. The first page
should be the list of the documents with a check mark in front of the ones that you
American University of Antigua College of Medicine
REGISTRATION OF V SEMESTER (THINC MEDICINE 01) STUDENTS
BALTIMORE SUMMER 2009
STUDENT’S NAME: No.:
PLEASE, PUT A CHECK MARK IN FRONT OF THE DOCUMENT(S) THAT YOU ARE
TURNNING OVER DURING THE REGISTRATION SESSION
(Official registration will only be possible after submitting the all of the following documents:
A. Criminal Search (past 7 years) (Student’s official State of Residency)
B. Violent Sexual Offender & Predator Registry Search
C. Passport (Copy)
D. Social Security # (or equivalent document for international students) (Copy)
E. Routine Physical - (taken within six months prior to the start date of the clinical
F. HIV test ( within last 3 months) or HIV education counseling (within last 6
G. 5 Panel Drug-Urine test Lab Report
H. (H1) MMR immune status vaccine dates (two doses given at least 1 month apart
& done within the last 10 years)
(H2) MMR immune status titres (submit FULL lab report showing results of test
done within the last 12 months)
I. Varicella immune status titres (submit FULL lab report showing results of test
done within the last 12 months)
J. Hepatitis B immune status- Provide one of the following:
(J1) vaccine dates (full series 2 or 3 doses & done within the last 10 years)
(J2) titres (submit FULL lab report showing results of test done within the
last 12 months)
K. Tetanus/Diphtheria immune status (Td booster given within the last 10 years)
L. TB screening status- Provide one of the following:
(L1) PPD with reading by licensed health professional done within the last 6
(L2) signed medical waiver documenting why PPD test not needed or;
(L3) report of Chest X-Ray within the last 6 months if PPD Converter
M. HIPAA Training Course
N. Bloodborne Pathogen Training Course (www.op.nysed.gov/icproviders.htm )
O. BCLS AND ACLS Training
P. Valid Health Insurance Plan ID Card bearing student’s name (If private, please
send COPY to Bursar Apex Modi firstname.lastname@example.org.
b. Label each one of the documents in the right upper corner with a) The letter
identifying the document; b) The words: BA Summer 09; c) Your number in the
attached list; d) Your name (Last, First and Middle Initial),.
Ba Summer 09 #
c. If any document is missing, place a blank page labeled as above in place of the missing
document. Type an explanation on why you do not have it and when it will be
available. You are responsible to turn-in that document to Mrs. Kuss over the next
two weeks. Your registration will be conditional until then.
d. Do not punch the documents, just fasten them with the proper clip
B. COME TO HARBOR HOSPITAL FOR REGISTRATION AND ORIENTATION ON
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2009 AT 7: 50 A.M. BRING YOUR LAPTOP
1 The Hospital address is:
3001 South Hanover Street
Baltimore (Yellow pages say: Brooklyn), MD 21225
Tel: 420 – 350 3200
2 Park your car in the most peripheral (Not adjacent to the Hospital) parking lots since the
ones that are closer to the Hospital are reserved for patients and ambulances.
3 In front of the main entrance is the telephone operators’ room. Identify yourself as a new
student from AUA and ask them for instructions on how to gain access to the Hospital
wireless Internet System
4 The Baum Auditorium is located behind the elevators. Do not go to the Auditorium itself but
to the Audio-visual Room which I the first to the right in that area. I will meet you there at
8:00 a.m. sharp.
5 We will have a preliminary Orientation meeting at 8:00 a.m., followed by Registration. At
that meeting, you will receive the AUA’s Registration Envelope.
C. ATTEND THE PRELIMINARY ORIENTATION SESSION
1 The session will be held between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Sign-in before the session starts
2 Attached are the names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers of students that are registered
to date in the Baltimore Course.
3 Receive the Registration envelope
4 Fill the four forms in the envelope and put them back in.
5 Now, be sure that you have all documents labeled and in order and that the first sheet with
the list of documents is in the front with a check mark in front of the letter corresponding to
each attached document.
D. COMPLETE THE REQUIRED TASKS IN EACH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING 6 STATIONS.
YOU WILL SPEND A MAXIMUM OF THIRTY MINUTES IN EACH ONE. START WITH
THE STATION ASSIGNED TO YOU BELOW AND CONTINUE WITH ANY ONE
AVAILABLE UNTIL COMPLETING ALL SIX
Station # 1: ( Mrs. Terry Kuss). Students # 1-5
Present to Mrs Kuss your ID’s and he two sets of documents (organized, labeled and in
order), each one in a folder.
Mrs Kuss will check the documents for completeness.
You should write a blank paper for any missing document with an explanatory note on
why you do not have it and when you will turn it in to Mrs. Kuss.
Station # 2: (Operators Room). (Students # 6 -15)
Go to the Operators room and ask for instructions on how to start using the Hospital
wireless Internet System (If have not done so when entering the Hospital).
Following the instructions, be sure that the wireless system will work for you.
Go to Station # 3
Station # 3 (Mrs. Chauca) (Students # 6 – 15)
If you do not have an account, register in Exam Master. Go to :
Click on first time registration.
Register your account.
Your registration email will be sent directly to their email you register to the system with.
If you had previously registered to EM OnLine, send an email with your name and user
name to customer service at email@example.com. They will move your
account to the Baltimore Gateway.
If you had previously register but you have forgotten your information click the "Forgot
Your Login/Password". They will e-mail it to you and then go back to the previous step.
Station # 4: (J.E. Calderon). (Students 16 – 20)
Review your individual information and be sure that your full name, ID number, e-
mail(s) , telephone number and emergency contact information is correct.
Review your individual rotation schedule. Be sure that your rotation partner is the one
that you requested.
Be sure that the elective rotation is assigned to both of you.
Ask any pertinent question concerning the schedule of rotations.
Get you Secret word for scores reporting purposes.
Station # 5: (Security Office) and (Library) Students # 21 – 25:
Go to the Security Office and get your Hospital ID card
Register your name at the Hospital library.
Station # 6: (Students 26 – 30) (Room A)
Review the Guidelines and schedules for consistency and prepare questions for the
BE SURE TO COMPLETE ALL YOUR TASKS IN THE SIX STATIONS BY NOON
E. AT 11:45 A.M. YOU CAN GO TO THE CAFETERIA (B LEVEL) AND GRAB SOMETHING
TO EAT. WE ARE NOT INVITED TO LUNCH SERVED DURING GRAND ROUNDS.
F. BETWEEN 12 N AND 1 P.M. ATTEND GRAND ROUNDS. JOT DOWN THE NAME OF
THE G.R. SESSION AND TWO POINTS THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED OR REMEMBER.
G. BETWEEN 1:15 P.M. AND 4 P.M., ATTEND THE ORIENTATION SESSION AT THE
H. ON SATURDAY, ARRIVE AT 8:30 A.M. FOR THE FIRST LECTURE ON H& P AND
EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE.
I. PROMPTLY TART YOUR CLINICAL ROTATION ON MONDAY ACCORDING TO THE
LIST OF STUDENTS REGISTERED IN THE THINC MEDICINE 01 COURSE
HARBOR HOSPITAL - BALTIMORE - SUMMER 2009
1 Adeku, Akinwale 59187 AkinwaleA@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (908) 764-2830
2 Ahmed, Kashif 59349 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (416) 745-7170
3 Amadi, Nwonukwuru 58152 NwonukwuruA@auamed.net email@example.com (301) 699-5963
4 Azim, Shiraz 59021 ShirazA@auamed.net Sherawz@hotmail.com (516) 483-4627
5 Blando, Matthew 59112 MatthewB@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (315) 797-2770
6 Chand, Rajat 55001 Rajatc@auamed.net email@example.com (703) 759-7335
7 Clementina 59047 ClementinaD@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (268) 788-8895
8 Dosanjh, Robbie 59066 RobbieD@auamed.net email@example.com (250) 365-2346
9 Duggan, Thomas 58255 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com (718) 934-1984
10 Gousse, Robert 58355 RobertG@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (305) 233-4301
11 Hamadani, Aley 58317 AleyH@auamed.net email@example.com (615) 831-3935
12 Hassan, Omar 59203 OmarH@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (316) 636-9286
13 Hychko, Jessica 57036 Jessicah@auamed.net email@example.com (203) 758-2529
14 Khan, Raiyan 59093 RaiyanK@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (804) 248-2435
15 Khan, Sarosh 58391 SaroshK@auamed.net email@example.com (201) 286-1161
16 Kim, Eunjung 59194 EunjungK@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (813) 417-4097
17 Knefati, Akram 59352 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org (901) 751-8620
18 Lakner, Alexander V 63139 email@example.com (301) 881-1056
19 Memon, Talha 59205 TalhaM@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (979) 551-5415
20 Mondkar, Sonali 61396 SonaliM@auamed.net email@example.com (818) 879-1458
21 Nair, Revathy 60193 RevathyN@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (516) 938-2466
22 Patel, Monali 58252 MonaliP@auamed.net email@example.com (631) 472-4402
23 Patel, Sneh 58029 SnehP@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (610) 539-0974
24 Silver, Norah 59195 NorahS@auamed.net email@example.com (268) 771-0183
25 Singh, Abhishek 57087 firstname.lastname@example.org Abhishek.email@example.com (609) 378-5389
26 Statz, Robert A. 59039 RobertS@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (703) 932-4545
27 Sylvan, Caprice 63155 email@example.com (910) 382-3321
28 Thomas, Deepthi A. 58332 DeepthiT@auamed.net DEE32485@EARTHLINK.NET (718) 983-8514
29 Waterbury, Allison 59109 AllisonW@auamed.net firstname.lastname@example.org (268) 788-8776