OLEAN, NY — Christina Roosa, D.O., has been named associate program director of the University at Buffalo’s family residency program at Olean General Hospital.
Roosa has been a member of the family medicine faculty at the university since 2010. In her new role, she will be responsible for the rural track residency program at OGH and \will ensure continued improvement of physicians’ educational experience.
The accredited rural residency in family medicine program offers training in an urban setting followed by 28 months of training in Olean. It is one of the oldest rural training tracks in the country and is one of three in New York state. Over the last four years, half of the graduates have established medical practices in Olean. Resident physicians work in various hospital settings such as inpatient, ICU, ER, surgical services, radiology and obstetrics.
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