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Family Medicine Residency

About

Aloha and e komo mai (welcome) to the University of Hawai驶i Family Medicine Residency Program! We are a community-based 7-7-7 program sponsored by the UH John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). Our hospital sponsor is Pali Momi Medical Center, a community hospital that serves central and leeward O驶ahu, an ideal environment to care for and learn from patients with a wide range of cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic backgrounds.

Training experiences for our residents are as diverse as the communities we serve and include maternal-child health, geriatric care, addictions training, community outreach, and care of the unhoused among many others. We are a and seek to promote reproductive health equity and justice. Our continuity clinic provides team-based care including clinical pharmacy, behavioral health, and community health navigation and serves as the home base for our 驶ohana of students, residents, faculty, and staff.

Our program was established in 1994 in Wahiaw膩 where the program served the community for over 20 years before moving to Pali Momi in 2017. A few years later in 2020, our continuity clinic site also moved to a newly renovated facility at the Pali Momi Outpatient Center in 驶Aiea. Since our founding, we have trained over 170 residents and are proud that over 80% continue to serve in Hawai驶i and the broader Pacific. Diversity, equity, inclusivity, and social justice are part of the founding DNA of our program and we continue to promote this in our work in the present day.

To prepare family physicians to be compassionate, resilient, and effective leaders in improving the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities of Hawai驶i and the Pacific Basin.

We believe that the foundation of a health system is built upon a strong base of primary care and we seek to achieve this through:

To create a healthier Hawai驶i by improving care delivery, building community, and reducing healthcare disparities through excellence in Family Medicine.

Core Faculty

The core faculty are those that work within the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. They are responsible for the bulk of the teaching, precepting, and curriculum development for the residency, Medical Student Teaching and Sports Medicine fellowship programs.

The other faculty have clinical appointments with our department and all volunteer their time to work with our residents and medical students. The clinical faculty responsible for residency teaching includes over 100 community physicians, many of whom are active medical staff members at Pali Momi Medicial Center and preceptors/supervisors at the various rotation sites (Tripler Army Medical Center, Hilo Medical Center, and private offices). Faculty responsible for medical student teaching include a wide variety of talented family physicians throughout Hawaii and the Pacific Basin.

ALLEN HIXON, MD, MA
Department Chair

Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children 

THOMAS QUATTLEBAUM, MD
Program Director

Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children 

LEIMOMI KANAGUSUKU, MD
Associate Program Director, Director of Inpatient Medicine 

Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children 

ROBERT CARLISLE, MD
Associate Program Director, Clinic Medical Director

 Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children 

KATYELLE MARTINICHIO, MBA
Program Administrator

Pali Momi Outpatient Center

KOMAL SOIN, MD, MPH
Director of Maternal Child Health & Women鈥檚 Health

Pali Momi Outpatient Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children

PATTY TRAN, DO
Core Residency Faculty

 Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children 

CYNTHIA KIM, LCSW
Director of Behavioral Health

Pali Momi Outpatient Center

KANA MAEJI, DO
Musculoskeletal Medicine Lead Faculty

Pali Momi Medical Center, Kapi驶olani Medical Center for Women and Children

SEIJI YAMADA, MD, MPH
Clinical Faculty, Medical Student Sub-Internship Director

Pali Momi Outpatient Center 

NEAL A. PALAFOX, MD, MPH
Founding Program Director

Associate Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at University of Hawai驶i Cancer Center

Pali Momi Outpatient Center 

STEVEN HANKINS, MD, MPH, MTS
Inpatient Clinical Faculty

Pali Momi Medical Center 

CAMLYN MASUDA, PHARMD
Clinical Pharmacy Lead

Pali Momi Outpatient Center 

TERESA SCHIFF, MD
Medical Director of Hawai驶i HOME Project

Pali Momi Outpatient Center, Office of Medical Education 

LEE BUENCONSEJO-LUM, MD
Interim Dean of JABSOM

Pali Momi Outpatient Center 

CHIEN-WEN TSENG, MD, MS, MPH
Director of Research

Residency: University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Program

DAMON LEE, MD
JABSOM Family Medicine Clerkship Director

Pali Momi Outpatient Center, Office of Medical Education 

ASHLEY WOOD
Training Coordinator

Pali Momi Outpatient Center

ALAINA ALBAIZ
Rotation Coordinator

Pali Momi Outpatient Center

DESIREE NAVARRO
Clinic Operations Manager

Hawaii Pacific Health | University Family Medicine at Pali Momi Medical Center 

Program Details

Curriculum

Family Medicine Residency

PGY-1 

  1. Family Medicine Inpatient Service: 10 weeks 
  1. Medical Intensive Care Unit: 4 weeks 
  1. OB1 Labor & Delivery: 4 weeks 
  1. General Surgery: 4 weeks 
  1. Emergency Medicine (Wahiawa): 4 weeks 
  1. Newborn Nursery: 4 weeks 
  1. Family and Community Medicine: 2 weeks 
  1. Introduction to Behavioral Health: 2 weeks 
  1. Ambulatory Pediatrics: 4 weeks 
  1. Sports Medicine: 2 weeks 
  1. Surgical Subspecialties: 2 weeks 
  1. Ambulatory Medical Selective: 2 weeks 
  1. Night Float: 1 week 
  1. Elective: 2 weeks 
  1. Vacation: 3 weeks 

PGY-2 

  1. Family Medicine Inpatient Service: 8 weeks 
  1. Night Float: 3 weeks 
  1. Family Medicine and Behavioral Health: 4 weeks 
  1. Pediatrics Wards: 4 weeks 
  1. Pediatrics Emergency Medicine: 4 weeks 
  1. Geriatrics: 4 weeks 
  1. Veterans Health: 4 weeks 
  1. Outpatient Gynecology: 4 weeks 
  1. Obstetrics 2 Family Planning: 4 weeks 
  1. Inpatient Cardiology: 2 weeks 
  1. Ambulatory Medical Selective: 2 weeks 
  1. Elective: 6 weeks 
  1. Vacation: 3 weeks 

PGY-3

  1. Family Medicine Inpatient Service: 6 weeks 
  1. Night Float: 4 weeks 
  1. Family and Community Medicine: 4 weeks 
  1. Pali Momi Emergency Medicine: 4 weeks 
  1. Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine: 4 weeks 
  1. Selective – Rural and Public Health (Kaua驶i or O驶ahu): 4 weeks 
  1. Community and Developmental Pediatrics: 4 weeks 
  1. Sports Medicine and Orthopedics: 4 weeks 
  1. Outpatient Cardiology: 2 weeks 
  1. Palliative Medicine: 2 weeks 
  1. Elective: 11 weeks 
  1. Vacation: 3 weeks 

Conferences
Weekly didactics are held on Wednesday afternoons and serve as protected time for resident learning. These conferences cover a 24 month curriculum and use a variety of formats to promote engagement and active learning including interactive lectures, small group breakouts, skills-based workshops, and POCUS practice.

Rotation Schedule

Schedule

Pali Momi Outpatient Center
University Family Medicine at Pali Momi located in 驶Aiea, HI is the continuity clinic for our residents and serves as one of the foundations for service learning in our program. We provide comprehensive care to a demographically diverse and medically complex patient population using a team-based approach with integrated behavioral health, clinical pharmacy, and a community outreach worker on site. As residents progress in training, their time in clinic and continuity panel will correspondingly increase. For more information about our clinic, please see the following website:

Pali Momi Medical Center
Pali Momi Medical Center, also located in 驶Aiea, is the primary hospital site where our residents train and serves as the other main foundation of our residency program. We are the only residency program based at this hospital and maintain our own Family Medicine Inpatient Service staffed by our residents and faculty. Pali Momi serves as a healthcare leader for Central and West Oahu and is recognized annually for outstanding quality and patient experience. For more information, please see the following website: 

Application

How to Apply

  1. Candidates for residency may apply through the  
  1. Applications are reviewed holistically by faculty and the program director with attention to applicants鈥 life experiences, attributes, clinical competency, and academic metrics. As a program, we value applicants who demonstrate strong teamwork and communication skills, a commitment to serving our population in Hawai驶i and/or the Pacific, resiliency, and an enthusiastic approach to feedback and lifelong learning.

How to Apply

  1. Completed ERAS application by November 1 
  1. Official transcripts demonstrating passing scores for:
    • USMLE Steps 1 and 2 and/or 
    • COMLEX Level 1 and 2 
  1. At least three Letters of Recommendation with at least one from a family physician. 
  1. Graduated from medical school in 2020 or later. 
  1. Personal Statement illustrating: 
    • Who you are 
    • Why Family Medicine 
    • Why the University of Hawai’i Family Medicine Residency Program 

Additional requirements: 

  1. Must be fluent in English (both oral and written) 
  1. Matched applicants who do not have a social security number will need to arrive in Hawaii 30 days prior to the start date 
  1. International Medical School graduates will be required to be ECFMG certified 
  1. J1 VISA sponsorship is the only visa sponsorship available 

Interview Info

  1. Interviews will be offered through ERAS email on a rolling basis 
  1. All interview sessions will be conducted virtually on one (1) day via ZOOM 
  1. A typical interview day includes: 
    • Interview Registration 
    • Morning Report 
    • Orientation with the Program Director 
    • Interviews with 2 Faculty, 2 Residents, and the Program Director 
    • Orientation with the Program Administrator 

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Prospective Applicants and Students
Learn more about us and help us get to know you by joining us for a Sub-I rotation experience! We accept visiting students throughout the year for a 2-4 week inpatient and outpatient experience where you will have the opportunity to contribute to our team. For more information or to apply, please contact Lira Quitevis at liraq@hawaii.edu.

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Residents

Class of 2026

Samuel Andrade, MD
少女视频 Town: Ko’olaupoko, O’ahu
School: University of Hawai鈥檌 John A. Burns School of Medicine

Alyssandra Baniqued, MD
少女视频 Town: Waipahu, HI
School: University of Hawai鈥檌 John A. Burns School of Medicine

Eun Ah Cho, DO
少女视频 Town: Oahu, HI
School: A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (SOMA)

Kyle DeBoy, DO
少女视频 Town: Salamanca, NY
School: Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Jaimie Fong, DO
少女视频 Town: Honolulu, HI
School: Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Francisco Sapigao, MD
少女视频 Town: Waipahu, HI
School: University of Hawai鈥檌 John A. Burns School of Medicine

Marguerite Susich, MD
少女视频 Town: Berkeley, California
School: Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine

Class of 2025

Christopher Paul McDonald Carbullido, DO
少女视频 Town:聽 Guam
School: Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Anthony Kwon, MD
少女视频 Town: Kaneohe, HI
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Karolyn Lam, DO
少女视频 Town: Mililani, HI
School: A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona

Julie Lee, DO
少女视频 Town: South Korea
School: Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Agnes Serranilla-Sonido, MD
少女视频 Town: Philippines
School: University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery

David Siemann, DO
少女视频 Town: Kaneohe, HI
School: Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Larissa Wong, DO
少女视频 Town: Born in Malaysia, raised in San Diego, CA
School: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine, California

Class of 2024

Baylee Birkmeyer, MD
少女视频 Town: Kansas City (on the Kansas side)
School: University of Kansas School of Medicine

Edy Kalei Gomes, MD
少女视频 Town: Maunawili, O鈥檃hu
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Trace Kaimana Kalei, MD
少女视频 Town: Hilo, HI
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Cherisse Kawamura, MD
少女视频 Town: O鈥檃hu
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Rui Morimoto, MD
少女视频 Town: Born in Osaka, Japan moved to Hawaii at age 4.
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Daniella Orias, MD
少女视频 Town: Honolulu, HI
School: John A. Burns School of Medicine

Kellie Wo, MD
少女视频 Town: Nuuanu, Oahu
School: Georgetown University School of Medicine

Salary & Benefits

summary of salary & benefits

Contact

Family Medicine Residency Program
98-1005 Moanalua Rd, Ste. 3030
Aiea, Hawai’i 96701
fmrpaa@hawaii.edu  
P:  (808) 627-3254
F:  (808) 627-3265