Our program trains outstanding family medicine physicians with expertise meeting the needs of patients today and in the future. We place a strong emphasis on comprehensive outpatient care that includes scheduled patient time in the office every day. We are ACGME and PCMH accredited, with our first class of residents starting July 2018.
The Dublin Methodist Family Medicine Residency program allows for daily time in the office for every PGY level. This is to immerse family medicine residents in outpatient-based experiences, even during some rotations that are traditionally and heavily inpatient based, such as surgery and cardiology. Our didactics also broaden and enhance traditionally based training. We employ an advanced, integrated discussion-based format that engages residents with faculty and specialists in a more dynamic, personalized didactic atmosphere. Residents can build flexibility into their studies using six elective rotations. Our program is designed to ensure residents experience success and well-being during their years of training.
Dublin Methodist Family Medicine residents have the opportunity to explore areas of family medicine that are of interest through our areas of concentration, tracks and longitudinal curricula. Residents are not required to commit to an area of concentration or a track. They are open to all residents.
Dublin, Ohio, is an exciting place to live. It offers fine dining, shopping and recreational activities, including more than 100 miles of bike paths and 60 developed parks. The City of Dublin has been named the best central Ohio suburb and the 6th best place to live in America. Minutes from downtown Columbus, Ohio, you have easy access to all the events and offerings of the nation’s 15th largest city.
Our areas of concentration allow residents to further refine their training to fit their future needs. The six electives focusing on women’s health, emergent/urgent care, sports medicine, hospice and palliative care, inpatient medicine and behavioral health build greater confidence in the selected area. Residents are not required to commit to an AOC.
Our tracks are an intentional alignment of elective and health system experiences, including leadership development, faculty development, population health, quality improvement and patient safety. Residents are not required to commit to a track.
Our longitudinal curriculum includes integrated behavioral health, practice management, sports medicine and wellness. All residents are required to participate in the longitudinal curriculum.
We offer a three-year, optional, longitudinal osteopathic curriculum for DO and MD residents.
We have all of the advantages of being part of OhioHealth, a large central Ohio health system with vast resources. This includes the Center for Medical Education + Innovation that uses some of the most advanced medical education training technology available.