Health Professionals Wyckoff News ER nurse Amy O’Sullivan named one of Time’s Most Influential People of 2020 See More Career Opportunities Nurse Manager Full Time, 7am-3pm, 24-Hour Responsibility See More Medical Education Undergraduate Education Residency Programs Continuing Education Nursing Staff Support WHMC Alumni AssociationThe Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Alumni Association was established to represent all of the graduates of the many residency and rellowship programs that the hospital currently and has previously sponsored. Wyckoff has a long-standing tradition in providing excellent and comprehensive training in a variety of fields. We have had and continue to have an outstanding and devoted teaching faculty, staff and administration who are committed to the programs. The Association has historically hosted an annual dinner dance. The organization has also supported a variety of events and programs that includes the annual hospital Graduate Medical Education Graduation, Nurses Week, the Cancer Survivor Picnic, and medical education programs. We honor an outstanding alumnus at our annual dinner dance. We also recognize our active alumni for every 5 years of service to WHMC. The Association enjoys and welcomes the support of Friends of the WHMC Alumni Association, which includes administrators, staff and members of the community. Annual membership is $50 and discounted fees are available for first year graduates. For information or to join the WHMC Alumni Association, please contact: Gilbert R. Scalone, M.D. President, WHMC Alumni Association Gilscal@aol.com Ronald M. Guberman, D.P.M. Vice President, WHMC Alumni Association Rguberman@wyckoffhospital.org Wyckoff Training Center Courses & Registration On-site training is available to facilitate maintenance of current provider status in BLS, ACLS, or PALS. Registration To register, click on the following link: http://www.teachmecpr.org Click on the Wyckoff logo. View the appropriate month in the calendar and choose the course you wish to attend. Fill out the User Information part of the form. Make sure to type in your legal name. This is how it will appear on your e-card. Do NOT complete: Medical License #, Date of Birth, and Discount Code. Click on the Payment Method button and choose Pay at Training Center. Do NOT complete: Questionnaire. Click to Agree to Terms checkbox. Click Sign Up to submit registration. You will receive an email confirmation immediately. Bring it to your supervisor if proof of registration is needed for scheduling purposes. Course Cancellation or Rescheduling You must contact the Community Training Center by email at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 business days before your scheduled course to cancel or reschedule. You can also cancel by using the Drop Course button below the calendar. It will prompt you for the confirmation number and your last name. Mandatory Pre-Course Testing For ACLS/PALS original or renewal pre-course self-assessment tests The format has changed and there are now separate self-assessment tests for the original and renewal courses. A pre-test score of less than 84% means that you will most likely not do well on the final exam. A score of 70% must be achieved to pass the pre-test. Do NOT have a friend take the pre-test for you. Do NOT just click through the pre-test. You will only cheat yourself. For pre-test website and information, click on the following link: https://sites.google.com/view/ectp/help Scroll down until you see ACLS/PALS Pre-Test. Click on it to expand the section. Course Materials For Wyckoff Heights Medical Center employees only All student manuals are available for your reference in the Wyckoff Medical Library, located on Sixth Floor North. The library is open 24/7 and is under video surveillance. Please return student manuals to the shelf for others to use. Lost or stolen student manuals will be charged to the employee. To purchase student manuals or replace lost/stolen copies, please go to the Training Center located at 348 Stanhope Street, Second Floor. Frequently Asked Questions Q. How do I replace a lost or mutilated card? A. You can view your e-card and reprint it by clicking on the following link: https://ecards.heart.org/student/myecards Q. I did not receive a confirmation email, what should I do? A. First check your spam folder. If it is not there, you may have entered the wrong email address during the registration process. Email us at email@example.com with your information and we will re-send your confirmation email in 1-2 business days. Q. How will my name appear on my e-card? A. It will appear exactly as you entered it when registering for the class online. Q. If my name is spelled incorrectly, can it be fixed or replaced? A. For a $5.00 administrative fee, we will correct the spelling of your name. Eric Cardamone Director, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Management Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Community Training Center 348 Stanhope Street, Second Floor Brooklyn, NY 11237 firstname.lastname@example.org 718-302-8406 Medical LibraryThe mission of the WHMC Medical Library is to provide current, authoritative, knowledge-based information in support of patient care, biomedical research, medical education, management of decision-making needs of the medical staff, faculty, and affiliated students of Wyckoff Heights Medical Center. A state-of-the-art facility, located on 6 North and accessible 24/7, the library provides an attractive and comfortable setting for study and research. The medical library is a member of the National Network of the Libraries of Medicine, Medical Library Association and Metropolitan New York Library Council (Metro). The print and electronic collections of medical books and journals cover every discipline of the healthcare field, focused on the most current information for each residency program and occupational group represented in the hospital. Specific journal articles and books that are not available on-site can be obtained from the other medical libraries through the interlibrary loan system Docline. The library provides access to authoritative peer-reviewed electronic resources through 20 PCs in the medical library computer lab. Resources include: Pubmed and other medical databases are available from the National Library of Medicine. UpToDate-is an evidence-based clinical decision support resources for the right point-of-care. Access Medicine is an online resource from McGraw-Hill Education and provides access to up to 70 medical books, thousands of images, illustrations, videos, self-assessment, case files, diagnostic tools and search platform. Access Surgery is an online resource from McGraw-Hill Education and provides access to up to 30 surgical books, thousands of images, illustrations, videos, lectures, self-assessment, case files, diagnostic tools, and comprehensive search platform. Stat!Ref provides access to up to 70 books in electronic format (courtesy of Metro). R2 is a collection of selected medical books (courtesy of Metro). AHA Books: BLS, ACLS, PALS (courtesy of Metro). EBSCO part of Discovery Service (courtesy of Metro), it is one of the leading providers of evidence-based clinical decision support solutions. OVID is an online access to selected core clinical journals in electronic format, with Medline-Ovid search platform. All electronic resources are available through the medical library’s Intranet and accessible from all workstations throughout WHMC. Remote access is available to some of the core clinical electronic resources. Library staff provide various services to all Wyckoff patrons, including reference services, mediated literature searches, inter-library loans, and prioritizing teaching sessions on the use of evidence-based clinical medical databases as decision-making point-of-care resources for patient care improvement, helping Wyckoff medical personnel maintain their expertise in their respective fields.