Goals & Objectives Resident Responsibilities Schedule

REQUIREMENT:    One block (PGY-1)

PRECEPTOR AND SUPERVISION:     Scott Gallacher, MD, Reid Ikeda, MD, Gary Kuniyoshi, MD and associates.    Residents will work under the supervision of intensivists and internal medicine sub-specialists to learn the management of patients admitted to the intensive care unit.


Queens Medical Center - Queen Emma Tower ; 4th Floor  MICU

1301 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu , HI 96813

PHONE: (808) 537-7022             FAX: (808) 537-7825

MICU attending on-call: (808) 585-5891


*Contact for Queen's CareLink Training,  (808) 537-7271 (contact two weeks prior to rotation) 

Secondary Contact Information: Stacey Teramae: (808) 547-4381

Rotation Schedule: Internal Medicine Chief Resident: 537-7662 (Office); 577-2461 (Pager)

T. Scott Gallacher, MD, Medical Director: (808) 578-8922 (pager); (808) 537-7022 (office)
Reid Ikeda, MD: (808) 578-8195 (pager); (808) 547-4141

Gary Kuniyoshi, MD: (808) 578-8781 (pager)





Upon completion of the MICU rotation, the resident will be able to:

Refer also to Core Curriculum Guidelines.

PROCEDURES TAUGHT:     Airway management, ventilator management, hemodynamic monitoring, central venous catheterization, arterial catheters, cardiac resuscitation, arrhythmia management, endotracheal intubation etc.



Resident is responsible to contact the Internal Medicine Chief Resident prior to start of rotation.

When the MICU schedule is distributed, the resident MUST review the schedule and immediately notify the Medical Director of the PCM clinic of any conflicts (i.e., Tuesday call, must cancel Wednesday evening post-call clinic sessions).





One half-day per week on Wednesday evenings. Please contact the Internal Medicine Chief Resident for your call schedule at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the rotation and notify the PCM Medical Director of any conflicts with your continuity clinic schedule.



q3-5 nights in MICU (6 calls per block), as determined by the Chief resident. Total duty time, including call, does not exceed 80 hours per week.



Attendance at residency Wednesday afternoon conference is required.

Additional didactics as per the MICU teaching schedule



One day off per week, scheduled by the MICU team.




     Residents are entitled to one parking card and decal during the residency period at Queen's.  A parking card will be issued by APCOA located in the POB I parking garage, 3rd floor, telephone 532-2663; 547-4069 FAX. 

Residents must complete a parking registration card and submit a photocopy of their Certificate of Motor Vehicle Registration and automobile insurance card.  Placement of decal on the vehicle rear bumper is mandatory.  A $25.00 security deposit in the form of a check will be collected at the time of registration.  Also, in the event of a lost card, a fee of $25.00 will be assessed.  All terminating residents should return parking cards to the program office as part of clearance. Your parking card will be returned to APCOA and a refund mailed to you. (Card and decal are assigned by number to the registered owner of the parking card and are not transferable).

Parking is prohibited in the front lot and other non-authorized QMC parking.  If a vehicle is found parked in any area on Queen's campus other than the QMC POB I garage designated areas Levels 2, 2A, 7 & 8, or as otherwise directed by the parking attendant, the vehicle will be towed away at the owner's personal expense. 


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Last Modified 8/3/10