Jacqueline M. Marecheau, MD FACOG
Daniel J. Martingano DO PhD MBA | FACOG FACPM
OB/GYN Clerkship Director | St. John’s Episcopal Hospital
Address: 327 Beach 19th Street, Far Rockaway, NY 11691
4 Years – 12 Positions
Residents in St. John’s Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology will receive training with a variety of high-risk obstetrical cases and gynecology surgery cases including operative laparoscopy and minimally-invasive surgery. They participate in our Ambulatory Care Center and provide services in gynecology, obstetrics, family planning and colposcopy. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. Please review this information carefully and submit your application to us with all supporting documentation via ERAS. Thank you for your interest in our residency program.
Student Clerkship & Pregnancy Research
OB/GYN Student Clerkship
Welcome to your OB/GYN Clerkship at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital! Our OB/GYN provides a comprehensive and unique educational experience with assistance from our academic sponsors Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Lake Erie Consortium for Osteopathic Medical Training (LECOMT) as well as ongoing development as guided by the Association of Professors of Gynecology & Obstetrics (APGO).
During this rotation, medical students will participate in a variety of learning experiences, both academic and clinical, to gain medical knowledge, surgical skills, an understanding healthcare topics unique to women, and to experience the flow and function of an OBGYN residency program.
Students are expected to meet (and ideally exceed) requirements and to follow and challenge themselves to be proactive, self-directed, self-motivated learners. It is important that students learn to deliver basic preventive care, apply appropriate screening practices in the ambulatory setting, participate in the prenatal, labor & delivery, and postpartum components of care for pregnant patients as well as be involved in the pre-operative evaluation, operative care, and post-operative care for both pregnant and nonpregnant women who require surgical management.
OB/GYN Student Clerkship
The Department of OB/GYN in coordination with our ACGME-accredited resident program and academic sponsors Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and Lake Erie Consortium for Osteopathic Medical Training (LECOMT) conducts high quality clinical research in obstetrics & gynecology. OB/GYN residents are given the opportunity to participate in clinical research and subsequent presentations at major OB/GYN conferences, for which our program has regular acceptances since 2019. Present research projects and publications are provided below. Interested students can contact the OB/GYN clerkship director for involvement and availability. Interested students are encouraged to review the following training resources prior to beginning any research project (not mandatory):