Medical Education

Geriatric Medicine Fellowship - Grant Medical Center

Geriatric Medicine Fellowship - Grant Medical Center

We prepare our fellows for lifelong careers in the care of older adults.

OhioHealth Grant Medical Center offers a one-year fellowship in geriatric medicine. Our fellows are involved throughout all aspects of patient care and treatment alongside our expert geriatric and trauma physicians. Nationally, we have been recognized as the fifth busiest Level 1 trauma center. The fellowship is available to candidates who have completed a residency in family or internal medicine and are board-eligible physicians. 

For more information, please contact Belinda Snyder at or (614) 566-9041.

NRMP Program Code: 1564125F0

Why Choose Geriatric Medicine at Grant Medical Center

Our fellowship program is designed to bring you up to speed smoothly, while learning from the best minds in the field.


Team-Based Training Environment

Scholarly Activities: Dedicated weekly didactics, reserved research time, grand rounds, poster and quality improvement presentations, workshops and publication opportunities.

Exam Preparation: The program has a 100% board passage rate.

Community Focus: Outside opportunities to participate in book club and company sponsored events with Alzheimer’s Association, American Heart Association and OhioHealth.

Additional Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Support

Our fellowship gives you a strong foundation for long-term success during your year of training. It includes, but is not limited to the following:

Rotation Opportunities

In addition to Grant Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center, and other OhioHealth inpatient and outpatient facilities, fellows will have the opportunity to go to other locations for their rotations including:

  • OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital
  • John J. Gerlach Center for Senior Health
  • Central Ohio Geriatrics
Scholarly Opportunities

We have full-time, dedicated faculty members who are available to provide support and guidance for fellows on their research projects. Fellows will have the opportunities to participate in the below scholarly activities:

  • Weekly lectures, conferences, seminars, small discussion groups and journal clubs.
  • IRB approved research projects leading to presentation and/or publication.
  • Submission of a manuscript for publication in a peer review journal.
  • Access to shared databases through the staffed library.
Mentorship Program

We match fellows with an experienced faculty member to provide one-to-one guidance centered on engagement, leadership, research, interpersonal skills and career development. The overall goal is for each fellow to have a "go to" person who understands the stressors of academic medicine and supports growth and wellness. Faculty members are asked to take an active role in the following:

  • Development of the fellows’ professional goals and objectives.
  • Assist each fellow work within the system to seek solutions to problems as they arise both professionally and personally.
  • Monitor fellows’ progress through the training program and provide both positive feedback and constructive criticism. 
Fellow Well-Being

In partnership with OhioHealth, we make each fellow's well-being one of our top priorities by offering:

  • Dedicated days off to attend medical, mental health, and dental care appointments.
  • Free on-site fitness center membership.
  • Access to the Employee Health and Wellness team and employee assistance program.
  • Participation in the Mayo Clinic Well-Being Index survey.
  • Onsite, free parking.