The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine offers a Plus-One Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Residency that is regarded to be among the premier programs in the nation.
Graduate Training Program
The NMM Plus-One program is a one-year AOA certified program which trainees may enter after completing an AOA approved residency. This program exposes the resident to a variety of inpatient and outpatient consultative venues. This program hosts a strong in-patient service in a busy tertiary care hospital where residents contribute to the care of patients in the NICU, PICU, ICU, post-surgical, perinatal, and medicine wards. Residents successfully completing this program are eligible to sit for the specialty boards in NMM — The American Osteopathic Board of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (AOBNMM). For more information on COM's Graduate Medical Education residencies, contact Donna Richard at (207) 602-2661 or email@example.com.
- Maine Medical Center: Tertiary care hospital located in downtown Portland where residents provide in-patient consultative services in NMM/OMM.
- Mercy Hospital: Community-based hospital located on the Fore River in Portland where residents provide in-patient consultative services in NMM/OMM.
- Clinical Faculty Board Certified in NMM/OMM and three dually in Family Medicine:
- Variety of out-patient clinic care including a continuity of care clinic at the Veterans Health Administration Community Out-patient Clinic in Saco, Maine; a Learners’ clinic with focus on Women and Children on the Biddeford Campus; and participation in an IPE Athletic Training – OMM. In addition to correcting somatic dysfunction with our hands, there is a strong emphasis on rehabilitative exercises for all.
- Access to the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine’s anatomy lab via monthly didactics presented by Dr. Frank Willard in an interdisciplinary fashion (Maine Medical Center’s Sports Medicine Residents join us as well as other NMM/OMM Plus One program Residents).
- A minimum of three months of in-patient hospital service under the tutelage of Dr. Bryan Beck. The consult service sees patients in the NICU, PICU, ICU, peri-natal ward, post-surgery and medicine wards. There are two full days of hospital service with the opportunity to do elective time with Dr. Beck.
- A structured set of didactics including AT Still book Club, Teaching in the Science of Osteopathy Book Club, Neuromuscular medicine, Journal club, pediatrics, orthopedics, among many more.
- Working along with UNECOM faculty in the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine department where you will table train, teach and lecture year one and two medical students in their Osteopathic Clinical Skills courses; year three and four students at bi-annual regional meetings; and clinical experiences in the out-patient clinic.
- A schedule that allows you to meet your clinic needs but also space to moonlight, work with community preceptors and formulate your own research and scholarly projects.
Competitive salary with additional educational allowance.
- Malpractice Insurance
- Medical/Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Retirement Plan
- CME Time
- Moonlighting Ability
Joy Palmer, D.O.
Donna Richard, M.P.H.
GME Assistant, Plus One Residency Program