Taxonomy I Part II-A1 (Sports Medicine) 17 years ago Bill Burnett 8 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFP(17 March 2006 21:32)NATIONAL PROJECT ON THE COMMUNITY BENEFITSOF FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAMSCUMULATIVE QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSESTaxonomy Section I Part IIA(Sports Medicine, Fracture Care and Orthopaedics)Part 1 (Sports Medicine)SD I.13 (L32) Does your residency provide specialty care?Yes:Kansas UIndiana U MethodistKlamath FallsMercerUC IrvineUC San DiegoNo:MCE BirminghamDecaturLexingtonSalt Lake CityOther Response:Lexington (??)No Response:Dayton CommunityMercerRiversideWhittierSite-visited profiled residencies:Yes:NorthridgeUCLAHarborSD I.13a (0) If yes, list these services in approximate order of volume or revenue.Second National Workshop Questionnaire Responses:(Is sports medicine listed?)Yes:Indiana U Methodist (0.20/wk clinic)Klamath Falls (Listed #4 after Orthopaedic, Urology and Psych Consult)Site-visited profiled residencies:Those listing sports medicine:Northridge (Listed after maternity care; and before fracture clinic, dermatology, podiatry, neurology and minor surgical care)UCLA (Extensive sports medicine coverage for university athletic teams, including football and basketball; cover 11 or 22 team sports at UCLA)Harbor (Listed as one of a group of half-day a week special clinics, including procedures clinic, flexible sigmoidoscopy, colposcopy, adolescent care and geriatric care. Sports med has 10-12 patients per half day)SD I.13a(1) (L32) Does your residency program provide the following kinds of specialty care? Sports Medicine? Yes __ No __If yes, are these services provided during special clinics? What is the number of patients seen? What are the revenues that are generated?Yes:UCSD Traditional (During special clinics, 7-8 per clinic; no estimate of revenues)White Memorial (in continuity clinic only, not as special clinic; do pre-participation physicals)Riverside (not done routinely in FHC; but done at Sports Center in Riverside)Durant (rotation in continuity clinic; no revenues)OSU Tulsa (occurs in Stillwater; one sports medicine fellow per year)USC Univ & SG (occurs in private orthopods’ offices)Modesto (one clinic occurs in a private office; another is covered by the county health service agency budget)Indiana U Methodist (we run a special clinic for sports medicine)No:Scripps Chula VistaUCSD St VincentUC IrvineSaintsSD I.13a(1.1) (SD I.13a(2) (L32)) Does your residency program provide the following kinds of specialty care? Sports Medicine? Yes __ No __Yes:WhittierPomonaArrowheadLoma LindaLouisvilleMCE BirminghamGlendaleOU TulsaOU Oklahoma CityDayton CommunityMiami ValleyDecaturMercerNatividadKlamath FallsLehigh ValleyMercy ToledoKaiser LATylerLas VegasSpringfieldGlasgowLexingtonOHSU PortlandNo:Stockton (done in orthopedic offices)Fresno (resident experiences are through Kaiser Permanente Health Plan)SD I.13a(1.2) (SD I.13a(3)) If you do provide sports medicine, are these services provided as normal family health center appointments? Yes __ No __Yes:WhittierPomonaLoma LindaLouisvilleMCE BirminghamGlendaleOU TulsaOU Oklahoma CityDayton CommunityMiami ValleyDecaturMercerNatividadKlamath FallsLehigh ValleyMercy ToledoKaiser LATylerSpringfieldGlasgowLexingtonOHSU PortlandNo:ArrowheadLas VegasSD I.13a(1.3) (SD I.13(4)) If you do provide sports medicine, are these services provided during special clinics? Yes __ No __If yes, what is the number of patients seen? What revenues are generated in each specialty service?Second National Workshop Questionnaire Responses:Yes:Kansas USite-visited profiled residencies:Yes:PomonaArrowhead (30)Loma Linda (500/yr)OU Tulsa (9 per half-day clinic; 150 clinics/yr; no estimate of revenues)OU Oklahoma City (number of patients and revenues to be determined)Dayton Community (50 high school student physicals per day for 5 days/yr = 250; high school collects money from parents, pays hospital for physicals)Miami Valley (8 or so patients seen in a half-day; revenues are generated)Klamath Falls (5 a week; generating $400 a week)Kaiser LA (30+ a week, 16 per half-day, twice a week; no revenues generated since Kaiser LA is a prepaid plan)Las Vegas (Scheduled to take place at UNLV Student Health Center; revenues of unknown amount expected)Lexington (Will check on revenues and numbers with sports medicine coordinator)OHSU Portland (6 per half-day; 4 clinics/mo; $2000/mo)No:WhittierLouisville (Intend to develop sports medicine clinics in future)MCE BirminghamGlendaleDecaturMercerNatividadLehigh ValleyMercy ToledoTylerSpringfieldGlasgowSD I.13a(1.4) (SD I.13a(5)) Describe the kinds of sports medicine care that typically takes place within the family health center (whether as normal appointments or during special clinics):Glendale (In their 3rd year, residents do two-week preceptorships in offices of sports medicine doctors; one of our faculty, Jack Yu, does sports medicine)OU TulsaOU Oklahoma City (E&M; injections; casting; splinting; treadmill tests; pre-surgical evaluations)Dayton Community (pre-participation physicals; assessment of sports injuries; provision of necessary treatment, splints, ankle supports, etc)Miami Valley (sprains, fracture care; chronic low back pain; joint injections; joint aspiration; x-rays; overuse syndromes; athletic injuries)Decatur (pre-participation evaluation; evaluation of sports-related injuries; supervision of exercise regimens as part of a health maintenance program)Mercer (sports physicals, sports injuries, simple casts, arm and hand splints)Natividad (pre-participation physicals; team physicians; sprains and strains; low back pain)Klamath Falls (pre-participation physicals for OIT athletes; sports injuries and illnesses; referral of athletes if needed to in-house orthopaedic clinics)Lehigh Valley (pre-participation physicals; head injuries; sprained ankles; strains; broken finger; clearance for return to sports)Mercy Toledo (pre-participation physicals; traumatic sprains and strains; non-displaced fractures)Kaiser LA (minor sports issues dealt with in family health center; however, the department’s sports clinic act as sports medicine consultants for the entire medical center)Tyler (X-ray interpretation; pre-participation physicals; uncomplicated fracture and sprain management, but no in-house orthopaedic consultation; injections; rehabilitation)Las Vegas (Sports physicals; joint injections)Springfield (Injections; sports physicals; acute injuries)Glasgow (No response recorded)Lexington (Evaluation and treatment of acute injuries; injury follow-up; some non-injury musculoskeletal problems)OHSU Portland (Follow-up care for high school teams for fall, winter and spring sports; lacerations; splinting, casting on-site at high school; follow-up at family medicine center)*NPCB P2 I.13a(1.31) ((SD I.13a(1.31)) (CEH) Does your residency program have an acknowledged, separate entity in your department or within your residency program designated as “the Sports Medicine Program”? Yes __ No __Yes:OHSU PortlandSparrowHuntsvilleLong BeachCrozer-KeystoneJeffersonOahuShadysideFairfaxBillingsNo:VenturaU PennMcKeesportJohnstownAltoonaSt MargaretSanta RosaReadingYorkLebanonMonroevilleBeaverLatrobe*NPCB P2 I.13a(1.31.1) If the answer to NPCB P2.13a(1.31) is no, is one so designated by an academic department of family medicine, of which your residency program is part? Yes __ No __Yes:McKeesportNo:VenturaU PennJohnstownAltoonaSt MargaretSanta RosaYorkLebanonMonroevilleBeaverLatrobeNo Response:Reading*NPCB P2 I.13a(1.31.2) If the answer to NPCB P2 I.13a(1.31) is no, does your residency program have a defined “Sports Medicine curriculum”? Yes __ No __Yes:McKeesportJohnstownAltoonaSt MargaretSanta RosaReadingYorkLebanonMonroevilleBeaverLatrobe*NPCB P2 I.13a(1.32.1) Does your residency program sponsor Sports Medicine Fellows in a defined program of study? Yes __ No __Yes:SparrowHuntsvilleCrozer-KeystoneJeffersonOahuShadysideSt MargaretFairfaxBillingsNo:OHSU PortlandVenturaLong BeachU PennMcKeesportJohnstownAltoonaSanta RosaReadingYorkLebanonMonroevilleBeaverLatrobe*NPCB P2 I.13a(1.32.2) If the answer to NPCB P2 I.13a(1.32.1) is no, are sports medicine fellows sponsored by an academic department of family medicine, of which your residency program is part? Yes __ No __Yes:McKeesportNo:VenturaLong BeachU PennJohnstownAltoonaSanta RosaReadingYorkLebanonMonroevilleBeaverLatrobeNPCB P2 I.13a(1.33.1) (CEH) Has your residency program designated a faculty member as the head or director of the Sports Medicine program?Yes __ No __Yes:OHSU PortlandSparrowHuntsvilleOahuShadyside (In conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh Department of Family Medicine)No:VenturaLong BeachU PennMcKeesportSanta RosaNot Applicable:Altoona*NPCB P2 I.13a(126.96.36.199) (CEH) Has your residency program designated a faculty member as the head or director of the Sports Medicine program or curriculum? Yes __ No __Yes:U Penn (We have a director of the Sports Medicine Curriculum; responses following refer to departmental sports medicine curricular activities)JohnstownSt MargaretFairfaxReadingYorkLebanonBillingsMonroevilleNo:BeaverLatrobeNPCB P2 I.13a(1.33.2) If the answer to NPCB P2 13a(1.33.1) is no, has a faculty member been so designated by an academic department of family medicine, of which your residency program is part? Yes __ No __Yes:Long BeachMcKeesportNo:VenturaSanta Rosa*NPCB P2 I.13a(188.8.131.52) If the answer to NPCB P2 13a(1.33.1) is no, has a faculty member been so designated by an academic department of family medicine, of which your residency program is part? Yes __ No __No:BeaverLatrobeLast Updated (20 August 2006 21:03) people found this article helpful. What about you?