Pediatrics Residency Program
Program Director's Welcome
Welcome to the Pediatric Residency program at the University of South Alabama (USA). You are about to enter a career that is fun, intellectually stimulating, rewarding, and can influence the future. The Pediatric Residency Program at USA focuses on the comprehensive care of children based on the growth and development of the individual child. We look at children in the context of their family and society and teach that children must be understood based on their psychosocial and cognitive development as well as the child's developmental biology.
The goal of our program is for all residents to become professional and competent pediatricians, advocates for children, dedicated to lifelong learning, and to achieve a work-life balance to allow long-term success. Upon completion of the program, residents are qualified to take the certifying examination of the American Board of Pediatrics and are well prepared to enter either independent practice of pediatrics or to pursue fellowship training in any pediatric subspecialty.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website and learning more about us.
Roger L. Berkow, M.D.
Roger L. Berkow, M.D.
Roger Berkow is Professor and Vice-Chair and Pediatric Residency Director in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.
He received his BS degree with honors from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He then attended Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago and did Residency in Pediatrics at the University of Chicago. After two years in the United States Public Health Service in Gallup, New Mexico Dr. Berkow did fellowship in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at Riley Children’s Hospital at Indiana University. Upon completion of fellowship, Dr. Berkow began his academic career at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
At UAB, Dr. Berkow rose to the rank of Professor and Vice Chair of Pediatrics and served in numerous positions including Pediatric Clerkship Director, Fellowship Director for Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education. Dr. Berkow received numerous awards for excellence in teaching.
Dr. Berkow also served on the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) between 1996 and 2014, serving as the Chair of the USMLE Pediatric Step 2 committee, and the USMLE Step 2 CS committee and the USMLE Step 2 Interdisciplinary committee.
In 2013 Dr. Berkow was appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of the American Academy of Pediatrics, PREP Self Assessment and continues in that position.
In 2014 Dr. Berkow moved to become the Chair of Pediatric Subspecialties at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care in Pensacola, Florida, where he continued in the practice of pediatric Hematology/Oncology. In 2018 he moved to the University of South Alabama, where he is appointed the Vice-Chair of Pediatrics and the Program Director. He is the author of over 65 peer reviewed papers, greater than 60 abstracts presented at national meetings, and greater than 10 book chapters, monographs and guidelines.
In his free time Dr. Berkow enjoys playing golf with his wife of greater than 41 years, traveling, and visiting with his three grandchildren.
Haidee Custodio, M.D.
Associate Program Director
Haidee Custodio is an Associate Professor in Pediatric Infectious Diseases and an Associate Program Director in the Pediatric Residency Program at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.
She received her BS degree at the Jesuit school of Ateneo de Manila University and obtained her medical degree at the University of the East in the Philippines before proceeding to New York for her pediatric residency training at Nassau University Medical Center. Dr. Custodio did her fellowship training in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Florida in Jacksonville, FL.
Following her fellowship, Dr. Custodio moved to Mobile and rose to the rank of associate professor. She is actively involved in the teaching of residents and students and received several awards recognizing her endeavors, including Best Attending. In addition to contributing peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, and review articles, she participates in peer reviews for several pediatric journals and national conferences including the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting. She also served in the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) Advisory Panels for Reshaping the MOC Part 3 Exam for General Pediatrics and Subspecialty, as well as in the ABP Pediatric Infectious Diseases Content Development Team.
Dr. Custodio loves to travel and explore what the world has to offer, whether it is getting lost in the mountains of Alaska, watching rodeos in Wyoming, or catching red snapper in the Gulf.
Sophia Goslings, M.D.
Associate Program Director
Myria Mack-Williams, M.D.
Associate Program Director
Dr. Myria Mack-Williams is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and an Associate Program Director in the Pediatric Residency Program at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Dr. Mack is a graduate of the University of Virginia where she earned her B.A. degree. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and subsequently completed her residency training in Pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Mack-Williams brings 20 years of generalist experience to her role as Associate Program Director for the USA Pediatric Residency Program. She has practiced pediatrics in various venues throughout her career including the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Children’s Hospital New Orleans. She has been named Top Doctor of Pediatrics in Delaware and in Louisiana. She has served on the board of directors of multiple advocacy organizations as well as a member of the Quality Improvement Committee for Medicaid of Delaware. Dr. Mack is excited to share her clinical knowledge and expertise gained from her years in practice with the pediatric residents.
In her free time, Dr. Mack enjoys attending musical concerts, the theater, and traveling with her husband and family.
Laurie McCann, D.O.
Laurie was born and raised in Muncie, Indiana. She completed undergraduate at Lincoln Memorial University and completed medical school at Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine (DCOM) in east Tennessee. Laurie completed pediatric residency in 2019 at University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama and began as co-chief resident. Laurie plans to go into a Pediatric Gastroenterology fellowship after chief year. Laurie is married with 2 children, Adelynn and Samuel and they have several cats and one dog.
Phillip Nehls, M.D.
Phillip was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He completed an undergraduate degree in Zoology for Biomedical Sciences and Psychology at The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. Phillip completed pediatric residency in 2019 at University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. In July of 2019, he started as co-chief resident at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, then began his role as co-Chief Resident. Phillip plans to enter a Pediatric Cardiology fellowship after chief year. Phillip is married to Lauren, who is completing her accounting degree at the University of South Alabama. Phillip and Lauren have two welsh corgis, Zeus and Clementine. They enjoy running, hiking, fishing, and kayaking.
Senior Residency Coordinator
LaTasha is a native of Mobile, Alabama. She received a Diploma in Medical Insurance Coding from Remington College- Mobile Campus and her A.A.S. in Health Information Technology from Bishop State Community College- Central Campus, LaTasha is currently pursuing her B.S. in Psychology with Specialization in Human Services from Walden University, upon completion she plans to enroll in the dual Masters/ Doctorates Clinical Psychology program. LaTasha has ten years of experience in the healthcare setting that includes front office administration, medical coding, Inpatient/Outpatient Billing, medical transcription, medical records, and HIPAA Compliance.
During her five year tenure at USA, she spent three years in the Division of Neonatology and the last two years in Medical Education as a clerkship coordinator for OB/GYN and Pediatrics Residency Program coordinator. LaTasha thoroughly enjoys working in Pediatrics and is thrilled to be a part of such a great residency program. She is a member of the AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs (SGEA), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), Alabama Association of Health Information Management (AAHIM), and American Psychological Association (APA).
LaTasha enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, reading, traveling, cooking, volunteering, and baking custom cakes.
Junior Residency Coordinator
Nicole was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. She received her B.A. in English Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) and taught high school English in Mobile and Huntsville, Alabama. Nicole also worked in real estate marketing and defense contracting, writing white paper proposals and acting as Facility Security Officer.
During her eight years at USA, she worked primarily in medical education. As a clerkship coordinator for both OB/GYN and Pediatrics, Nicole enjoyed assisting medical students and working on the beautiful grounds of Children’s and Women’s Hospital. She won the Best Clerkship Coordinator from graduating classes twice. As a coordinator in the Clinical Skills department for the Clinically Integrated introductory Course (CLINIC), Nicole matched first year medical students with community preceptors in primary care. In students’ second year, the focus expanded to exploring career options in general fields and specialties in both private clinics and at USA Hospitals and Clinics. When a position opened in the Pediatric Residency, Nicole was excited to return to Children’s and Women’s Hospital to work again in the Department of Pediatrics.
Nicole enjoys traveling to the West Coast, visiting Fairhope and local breweries in the area, and walking her dog in Midtown Mobile.
Mission Statement and Program Aims
The mission of our program follows that of the USA Office of Graduate Medical Education: to develop the clinical competency, medical knowledge, and professional attributes of pediatric physicians, to promote the safe and effective care for children, to advance the art of healing through quality improvement and medical research, and to develop skills of lifelong learning.
The goal of our program is to train a diverse group of resident physicians to become:
- Professional and competent pediatricians to care for infants, children and young adults of the Gulf Coast, the State of Alabama and the nation, with a focus on quality and safety;
- Advocates for children at the local, regional, national and international level;
- Dedicated to lifelong learning and advancement of knowledge, and achieving a work-life balance to allow long-term success;
- Qualified to take the certifying examination of the American Board of Pediatrics and well prepared to become leaders in their personal and professional communities through independent practice of pediatrics or through fellowship training in any pediatric subspecialty.
Overview of the Program
The Department of Pediatrics at the University of South Alabama offers a three-year residency program in an environment that is both stimulating and friendly. Our residency program prepares the pediatrician-in-training to practice effective primary care pediatrics in the community, while simultaneously providing flexibility, allowing those interested in subspecialty training, academic pediatrics, and research the necessary background to pursue their professional goals.
USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital is a free-standing facility dedicated to providing quality care to the children and women of the Gulf Coast area.
Our pediatric resident training program is open and friendly, providing an atmosphere where housestaff and faculty interact at a level that promotes rapid professional growth. The faculty are readily available for consultation and informal discussion of patient-related problems. Regularly scheduled conferences are presented in an open and non-threatening atmosphere optimal for learning and promoting communication between housestaff, faculty, and community pediatricians. As there are no pediatric fellowships at USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital, residents achieve greater autonomy and a close relationships with attending physicians.
We believe that learning is best accomplished through:
- Hands-on experience
- Warm, supportive working and learning environment
- Progressive responsibility for taking care of patients and their families
- Progressive responsibility for teaching families, students, and fellow residents
- High quality and readily available contact with faculty
- Establishing primary care relationships with patients and their families
- Interactive and structured conference; and
- Independent, systematic study
We offer 12 residency positions for each year level in the categorical Pediatric Residency Program. In addition, there are 2-3 positions for each year level in the Internal Medicine / Pediatrics Combined Residency Program. Therefore, there is a peer group of 15-16 residents for each year level. This number provides for a good mix of abilities, talents, and personalities while allowing residents to forge personal relationships. The Pediatric Leadership team selects two fourth-year chief residents on the basis of outstanding ability in patient care, teaching, and leadership. A Pediatric chief resident supervises in the inpatient and outpatient settings, makes call and clinic schedules, and participates in residency administration.
Graduates of our program choose a diverse mix of general pediatrics and subspecialty options as the next steps in their careers. Of the residents who graduated over the past 10 years, 45 percent chose General Pediatrics and 55 percent matched into subspecialty training and practice. Click here for an overview of graduate activities [PDF].
Our residency program accepts graduates from U.S. and international allopathic medical schools and U.S. osteopathic medical schools. We accept either the USMLE or COMLEX examinations.
Pediatric residency training at USA prepares residents for either general pediatric practice or subspecialty training. The flexible nature of the subspecialty and elective schedule in the PGY-2 and PGY-3 years permits ample opportunity for subspecialty exposure and supervised research activity for residents interested in pursuing an academic career. A wide variety of clinical experiences are coupled with regularly scheduled didactic conferences and a Core Curriculum program.
- PGY-1: The first-year resident functions as the primary physician for children on the pediatric inpatient service, and in the nursery, the clinic and the Pediatric Emergency Department. The PGY-1 is responsible for the initial history and physical examination, developing an assessment and management plan, performing general pediatric diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, communicating with parents and consulting services, and instructing medical students on pediatric clerkships.
- PGY-2: The second-year resident assumes a more supervisory role on the inpatient, clinic, emergency department, and nursery services as well as a more intensive involvement in the instruction of medical students. The PGY-2 should advance towards independence in the management of routine ambulatory and inpatient pediatric problems and begin to develop expertise in subspecialty areas, including pediatric critical care.
- PGY-3: The third-year resident is the leader of the pediatric inpatient teams. The PGY-3 supervises PGY-1s and PGY-2s; family practice and psychiatric residents on the pediatric service; and junior and senior medical students and physician assistant students on pediatric clerkships. It is anticipated the PGY-3 will demonstrate progressive independence in the assessment and management of complex problems in pediatrics.
The Core Curriculum consists of an initial two-month seminar series presented three times per week covering core issues essential to the care of ill children. During each subsequent month, one weekly conference addresses topics and skills important to the practice of pediatrics as well as periodic residency business meetings. A second weekly conference covers the content of the American Board of Pediatrics (AAP) content outline. These conferences occur at noon and lunch is provided. All conferences are presented by Pediatric and ancillary faculty.
The content of these sessions is organized to assist preparation for the American Board of Pediatrics Certification Examination. Question banks with explanations covering this core content are available through the American Academy of Pediatrics PREP-Self Assessment and the New England Journal of Medicine Knowledge question bank provided by the program.
Resident participation is tracked through conference attendance and participation, and successful completion of the question bank items. The Core Curriculum covers the entire ABP content outline over the course of two years.
Strada Patient Care Center Conference Room, the location for monthly Pediatric Grand
Morning Report is attended by all students, residents, and faculty involved in the inpatient service at USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital. This conference focuses on evidence-based solutions to clinical issues related to recent admissions.
Grand Rounds is a weekly didactic conference presented by faculty of the pediatric department, supporting faculty from other departments and guest lecturers. Grand Rounds topics are chosen to address new information in the field of Pediatrics as well as the core educational objectives of pediatric residency education. Grand Rounds attendance is open to all interested individuals within the university and community.
Pediatric Case Conference is a weekly conference focusing on clinical application of the Core Curriculum content for that week. Pediatric Conference attendance is open to all interested individuals within the university and community.
Residency Conference is a weekly conference and is primarily an interactive conference that addresses topics and skills important to the practice of pediatrics as well as periodic residency business meetings. Lunch is provided. Active participation is strongly encouraged. This conference is open primarily to residents.
Subspecialty Conferences are held during most of the subspecialty rotations and consist of regular conferences and/or small group seminars. These conferences range from multi-disciplinary to one-on-one sessions.
Grand Rounds and Conference Speakers
From left: 2019 Pediatric Symposium Speaker Robert Moon, M.D., Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Commissioner, Alabama Medicaid; Haidee Custodio,
M.D., Associate Professor; David Gremse, M.D., Department Chair
From left: Roger Berkow, M.D.; April 2019 Grand Rounds Speaker Tamara Coyne-Beasley, M.D., MPH, Director, Division of Adolescent Medicine, University of Alabama; Haidee Custodio,
From left: Cathy L. Wood, M.D., FAAP, Alabama Chapter AAP President; Linda Lee, Alabama Chapter AAP Executive Director; Franklin Trimm, M.D., APPD President; 2017 Grand Rounds Speaker Fernando Stein, M.D., FAAP, 2017 AAP President; David Gremse, M.D., ABP President; Benjamin Estrada, M.D.; LaDonna Crews, M.D.
X+Y Scheduling at the University of South Alabama
The Pediatric Residency Program at USA is transitioning to an X+Y immersion schedule in July 2019. In this format each resident spends three weeks on a core or block rotation followed by one week of ambulatory pediatrics. This scheduling format is part of a pilot project approved by the Pediatric Residency Review Committee and is implemented at 10 pediatric programs around the country. The goal of this scheduling format is:
- Improved continuity in pediatric resident clinics
- Less conflict between inpatient and ambulatory responsibilities
- Improvement in resident wellness leading to less burnout
- Improved patient and resident satisfaction
During the Ambulatory Pediatric rotation, residents spend four half days in the general pediatric clinic. Additional time during the ambulatory weeks is spent in the Developmental/Behavioral pediatric clinic or Adolescent Medicine clinic, community pediatric activities, a subspecialty clinic, an educational half day, and one half day of academic time to work on research or quality improvement projects. Residents remain with the same cohort of residents for the ambulatory week for the entire year.
One unique aspect of the X + Y schedule at USA is the inclusion of an initial four-week orientation month. New interns spend one week in each of the key areas of the hospital: Inpatient ward, Emergency Department, Newborn Nursery and ambulatory clinic, allowing interns to understand the workings of the entire system beginning with the first month of their residency. Night rotations are not included during this month.
Each resident will spend one week out of every four in ambulatory pediatrics. This will consist of 3-4 half-days of general pediatric continuity clinic, one half-day of community and advocacy clinic, one half-day of subspecialty clinic, and two half-days of adolescent medicine or development and behavioral pediatrics. One half-day each week will be devoted to research, quality improvement, or advocacy projects. Residents rotate during the ambulatory week with the same group of first-, second-, and third-year residents for the entire year, allowing the development of a “Group Practice” model and optimizing teaching and learning. One half-day of each ambulatory week will consist of didactic and interactive sessions developed and presented by the faculty from the Division of Ambulatory Pediatrics.
The children in continuity clinic are followed for the entire duration of the resident's training. Well children are followed for health promotion visits, children with acute illnesses are managed, and children with chronic illnesses are followed concurrently with pediatric subspecialists. The patients are seen by their regular resident physician for as many of their healthcare visits as possible. This experience simulates the usual practice of private pediatricians. It also helps the resident learn longitudinal, ongoing care of children with acute and special healthcare needs in a way that no month-long rotation can provide. Residents follow 150 or more families through the continuity clinic during residency.
The departmental faculty are active in mentoring pediatric residents in clinical research. In the academic year 2017-2018, there were 14 abstracts presented at regional and national meetings by pediatric residents who were the first authors with senior authorship by members of the pediatric faculty.
In 2018-2019, there were 10 abstracts presented at the Southern Regional Meeting and USA's Resident Research Day by pediatric residents who were the first authors with senior authorship by members of the pediatric faculty.
Haidee Custodio, M.D., associate professor and assistant program director for the department of pediatrics, directs resident research.
- 2018 Scholarly Activity [PDF]
- 2019 Scholarly Activity [PDF]
- 2018 Southern Regional Meeting [PDF]
- 2019 Southern Regional Meeting [PDF]
Diversity and Inclusion
USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital is a renowned institution that provides care for a large sector of the Gulf South. Children's & Women's Hospital has deep roots in our local community. Centrally located in Midtown Mobile, Alabama, the USA Health team of physicians and staff are honored to serve a socioeconomically and racially diverse, multicultural community. The Pediatric Residency Program is strongly committed to increasing awareness of the importance of diversity. We understand that providing patients and families with excellent care requires us to address their physical, emotional, and cultural needs; therefore, our mission is to recruit and support a resident workforce that reflects and fosters the differences of our patient population. Wee seek to reduce healthcare disparities and create a learning environment for our housestaff that teaches culturally competent care.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the USA College of Medicine encourages resident physician involvement in their diversity initiatives. For more information on additional diversity organizations, including MedPride and Muslims in Medicine, please visit the College of Medicine Affinity Groups.
Building Resident Resilience and Wellness
At USA Peds, we are aware that residency will prove demanding even to those with advanced stress management skills. We provide many activities which foster resident wellness both inside and outside of the hospital. Some of these wellness benefits are:
- Counseling services are available through the Human Resources Office and through the Counseling and Testing Services office, both on the USA campus
- Wellness half-days are periodically scheduled for residents - time intended to schedule self-care, health maintenance, or any activity that contributes to wellbeing. This time is separate from vacation and illness
- Residents are granted four wellness days during the Holiday Wellness Lagniappe Break, either at Christmas or New Year's
- Confidential meetings with the program director are available to help all residents conquer the challenges of completing residency training
The new implemented X+Y scheduling is designed to improve wellness in an overarching, holistic approach. In the X+Y schedule, residents have a "golden weekend" (two full days off), once in every four weeks. Residents also receive one day off in seven. The schedule is developed a year in advance, so residents can plan ahead for special events.
Supporting Your Resident Meeting
During orientation week, families of interns are welcome to join leadership for an introduction to our residency, including ways to support their resident.
During orientation week, pediatric nurses from various departments volunteer to mentor and "be a buddy" to incoming residents. Nurses and residents participate in a scavenger hunt in the hospital, allowing interns to find their bearings in the hospital and foster interprofessional collaboration.
All wellness retreats include Medicine/Pediatric residents to promote team-building.
Senior Resident Wellness Retreats
Senior residents are relieved of clinical duties to spend a day with each other at various locations in Mobile for a wellness retreat. PGY-2 residents take a day in September and PGY-3/PGY-4 residents take a day in October. Retreats include time for group discussion, outdoor exploration and team-building games. In the past, residents participated in a "Chopped" competition, arts & crafts, yoga, and Zumba.
In September, interns meet in the evening for a mini-retreat, focusing on getting to know each other, gratitude, and games. Their Nurse Buddies from orientation are included in this event. In May, the full-day intern retreat is filled with exercise, team-building, and leadership. The May retreat allows residents to reflect on the past year while preparing for their role as leaders in the next two years.
A Jeopardy-style trivia game is played between faculty and residents in place of our Noon Conference. Every year has a them, with Avengers: End Game as the 2019 Meconium Bowl.
The JagFIT gym, a brand new gym with both cardio and weight equipment/machines, is open 5 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Located near the residency office, staff and physicians are encouraged to utilize the gym for fitness and stress management.
Advocacy and Global Health
Each year, the Christian Medical Ministry of South Alabama (CMMSA) provides the USA medical students, residents and physicians with medical mission trip opportunities. In February 2018, 12 fourth-year medical students and eight USA Health physicians spent a month working at Kibogora Hospital in southwestern Rwanda. While there, they worked alongside local physicians in a variety of fields, including surgery, pediatrics, internal medicine, ophthalmology, and obstetrics.
We encourage you to visit Mobile, Alabama and interview with USA Pediatrics. Our residents practice at USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital and USA Health Strada Patient Care Center. Both additions are recent: Strada was completed in 2017, and the pediatric wing at the hospital was completed in 2013.
Children's & Women's Hospital has the area's only Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), admitting more than 1,000 infants a year to its 98-bed facility. Our Pediatric Emergency Department is also a Level III facility. As the hospital is the top provider for children in the area, pediatric patients are transferred up to 100 miles to receive care by our Critical Care team in the PICU, our hematologists/oncologists, and a variety of specialties.
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How to Apply
We accept applications only via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) from the Association of American Medical Colleges, and all positions are offered through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
At least three letters of recommendation are required; however, a letter from your pediatric department chair is not required. All applications received through ERAS are reviewed by the program director.
Applicants who are selected for interview will be invited through email. Mrs. LaTasha Williams and Ms. Nicole Laden, our residency program coordinators, will work to find a convenient time for your interview.
We interview applicants on Tuesdays and Fridays from around 8:00 AM through the early afternoon. We provide one night's lodging for all who interview. Resident hosts assist with dinner plans on your arrival night. Transportation to and from the hotel to Children's & Women's Hospital is provided. We look forward to getting to know you, introducing ourselves to you, and showing you the excellent training environment we offer.
There are no minimum cut-off scores for USMLE although higher scores are prioritized. For international graduates, graduating within the last three to five years is desired, and ECFMG certification is required. We do not require U.S. experience. We sponsor J-1 visas only.
USA Pediatric NRMP Program Number
Categorical Pediatric Residency: 1852320C0
For more information, please contact our residency program coordinators, LaTasha Williams and Nicole Laden at email@example.com.
For residency verifications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Verifications may take up to two weeks to process, excluding weekends and holidays.
Department of Pediatrics Residency Program
University of South Alabama
1700 Center Street
Mobile, AL 36604
Phone: (251) 415-1087