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Hospital Medicine - Grant Medical Center

Education

Hospital Medicine - Grant Medical Center

Hospital Medicine - Grant Medical Center

The Grant Medical Center Hospital Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program developed to provide a rich educational experience for Family Medicine and Internal Medicine graduates. 

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Our primary goal is to provide our fellows with the skills and confidence they need to provide outstanding and comprehensive inpatient care and to become superior medical educators. This fellowship will provide fellows with recognizable skills and will greatly enhance their value as they enter competitive hospitalist job markets.

Matthew Jones, MD, Program Director

Training facility

Grant Medical Center is a tertiary care hospital located in beautiful downtown Columbus and has been featured on the television programs "Trauma: Life in the ER" and "The Critical Hour." It is ranked in the 2004 Solucient "100 Top Hospitals" in the country and HealthGrades 2005 "Distinguished Hospital Award for Patient Safety." OhioHealth, Grant's parent organization, has been named one of FORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" every year since 2007.

Our mission as Columbus' premiere downtown hospital is to serve the needs of the downtown community and to serve as a referral center for the surrounding central Ohio area.

Grant is a level I Trauma center and also features strong programs in Interventional Cardiology, Vascular Surgery, Interventional Radiology, Neurology, Critical Care and Neurosurgery. Fellowships featured in the hospital include Breast Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Orthopedic Trauma Surgery, Sports Medicine, and Geriatrics.

Grant serves as home to residencies in Family Medicine, Neurosurgery, and Podiatric Surgery. Grant offers a unique blend of state-of-the-art, evidence-based medicine and a friendly, nurturing educational environment.

Eligibility

  • Appointments usually begin on July 1, except for Sports Medicine, Trauma, Hospital Medicine and Orthopaedic Trauma, which begin on August 1.
  • Appointments are made through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) for Family Medicine, Sports Medicine and Colon & Rectal Surgery Fellowship Programs.
  • Appointments for the Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Residency Program are made through the Central Application Service for Podiatric Residencies (CASPR).
  • Residencies are open to graduates of LCME, AOA, and CPME accredited medical schools and also, when applicable, of approved ACGME or AOA residencies.
  • Fellowships are open to graduates of approved ACGME or AOA residencies.
  • Preadmission physical exam and current immunization record are required.
  • Personal interviews are required.
  • United States citizens and permanent immigrants who graduate from medical schools outside the United States must be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).

               ECFMG
               3624 Market Street
               Philadelphia PA 19104
               215-386-5900

  • Grant Medical Center will consider applicants who are U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, asylees and refugees, and other individuals with work authorizations that do not require visa sponsorship by GMC.
  • Residents enrolled in the Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Sports Medicine, Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, and Colon & Rectal Surgery Residency Programs must apply for an Ohio Training Certificate from the State Medical Board of Ohio.
  • Fellows enrolled in the Trauma, Orthopaedic Trauma and Breast Fellowships must apply for a permanent medical license from the State Medical Board of Ohio. Licensure application fee will be reimbursed by Grant Medical Center.
  • Information about licensure is available from

          State Medical Board of Ohio
          30 East Broad Street, 3rd Floor
          Columbus, OH 43215-6127
          Phone: 6140466-3934
          Fax: 614-728-5946
          www.state.oh.us/med/

Additional eligibility criteria:

Applicants must have completed an Internal Medicine or Family Medicine residency, and have a demonstrated interest in teaching and clinical care. Applicants must be eligible for licensure in Ohio, and applicants completing Internal Medicine residencies must be fully licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio prior to beginning the residency.

For more information please contact:

JoAnn Rodehaver
Team Leader
Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program
285 E. State Street, Suite 670
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614-566-9699
Fax: 614-566-8073
Email: joann.rodehaver@ohiohealth.com