| Ulrick Vieux, D.O., MS
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Residency Training Director and Director of Consultation-Liaison
The mission of the Graduate and Undergraduate Medical Education Program at Orange Regional Medical Center is to prepare residents and students to be excellent physicians and well-developed individuals by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and practical applications of skills taught by a team of dedicated medical professionals.
We welcome your interest in our AOA approved Psychiatry Residency Training Program at Orange Regional Medical Center. We offer a dynamic program grounded in clinical experience and didactics with an integrative care mission that will prepare our graduates to demonstrate the knowledge, clinical skills and empathy that is requisite to becoming an effective osteopathic psychiatrist; leading to a personally and professionally rewarding career in psychiatry.
As an affiliate of NYCOMEC, we provide a comprehensive approach to learning psychiatry in a setting that is both challenging and supportive. Our state-of-the-art hospital opened in 2011 and combines high-tech healthcare with a patient-centered approach utilizing the latest innovations. Currently, a new medical office building and cancer center is being built and is scheduled to be completed in the Fall of 2016, which will expand opportunities for training in our growing community.
Situated 60 miles northwest of Manhattan, our region has experienced a population increase of 17 percent from 2000 to 2013. To meet the needs of this growing community, our department includes a five bed psychiatric “Access Center” in the Emergency Department, a 30 bed inpatient Behavioral Health Unit and two outpatient treatment centers. One outpatient location (Orange Regional Counseling Services) is for mental health counseling and medication management. The other location (Orange Regional Family Program) is for alcohol and substance treatment.
Our residents have broad-based clinical training in multiple settings. Residents treat geriatric and adult patients as well as adolescents and children. Evidence-based clinical work encompasses diagnosis, psychiatric management, psychopharmacology, somatic and psychotherapeutic treatment modalities.
Residents learn in the emergency room, inpatient, outpatient, consultation-liaison, general medical, and pediatric settings. Residents receive supervision from a talented, dedicated faculty and have opportunities to engage in clinical research projects. Our didactic curriculum covers all psychiatric disorders and the major treatment modalities. The program is offered in a progressive, collegial atmosphere while embracing new challenges to our field.
We are especially seeking self-motivated, inquisitive and proactive residents. We encourage our residents to engage with each other and the faculty. Through this dynamic interaction, residents will help shape their educational experience.
I welcome your interest and enthusiasm for psychiatry. I look forward to meeting you and discussing your future in our program.