Sure, I graduated from that program. Faebinder's in it now.
-the head of the psychiatry department (Tom Newmark) has very impressive credentials and is a great teacher. He is a former NJPA president, is well connected with several other programs, is prominent in the sport psychiatry, and is working to advance that area. He also has specializes in conversion disorder and hypnosis.
The PD is a child psychiatrist who graduated from the program and did her fellowship at Johns Hopkins.
The program is split into 2 locations. One is in Camden (obviously). The other is in Atlantic City.
There are differing aspects to both locations. Both locations have the same lectures and grand rounds. the Camden program works in Cooper Hospital, the AC program works at Atlantic Regional Medical Center.
Workloads are different between the 2 locations. Calls are all nighters at Camden. At ARMC, yes you are on duty all night, but you get to go home (though they will beep you for admissions--1/3 you're pretty much up all night, 1/3 you're going to be woken up to the point where you don't like it, but you'll get enough sleep-5 hrs, 1/3 you're barely bothered if at all). Since you get to go home, you are expected to work a full day the next day. (IMHO that's better than all night in the hospital--even on a bad night).
Clinical exposure also differs. ARMC has an involuntary and voluntary unit, a PACT team, acute partial program, and a crisis center. Camden has a voluntary unit only, though you also get ER exposure. The involuntary unit allows you to see involuntary patients which has differing extremes of presentation. It also gives you more legal exposure because you will be doing a lot more petitions for involuntary commitment, and can see the court process about 1-2x a month (provided there's patients to keep committed which does not always happen). Several of the attendings at the Camden location are better versed in psychotherapy (psychoanalysis, hypnosis, CBT) than the ARMC location.
Camden is a university hospital-with several residencies and a medical school which increases the interesting cases you will see on the CL service. ARMC is a community hospital with only one other residency program rotating through there.
There is research going on--its more organized at Camden. There was pretty much no organized research going on at ARMC. It is possible to try to do some research at Camden while you are at ARMC, but its harder to do because of the distance factor.