Medical Education

Internal Medicine - Doctors Hospital

Internal Medicine - Doctors Hospital

Fostering Relationships and Patient-Centered Care

OhioHealth Doctors Hospital's three-year accredited internal medicine residency was founded in 1951 and is affiliated with The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine through the Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education. The program accepts eight residents each year and offers interprofessional education in various specialties.

NRMP Program Code: 2122140C0

A Supportive Culture and Faculty Mentorship

Continuity of Care.
Opportunity for residents to enhance their skills and gain experience in a variety of scenarios at an outpatient clinic.

Simulation Lab.
Hands-on learning with state-of-the-art human patient simulators.

Osteopathic Emphasis.
Incorporated into every part of your residency – from didactics to clinical care.

Exam Preparation.
A structured didactic schedule that protects time for residents to prepare for the ABIM exam.

Additional Program Information

Our residency is designed to ensure your success and protect your work-life balance during your three-years of training. It includes, but is not limited to, the following:


Take the opportunity to attend various activities throughout the year, including a wellness retreat, social outings, and OhioHealth-sponsored events.


In addition to OhioHealth Doctors Hospital and outpatient clinics, residents rotate at affiliated locations, including:

  • OhioHealth Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • OhioHealth Grant Medical Center 
  • OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital 

Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and OhioHealth Institute of Research and Innovation will provide you with the tools you need to plan and conduct your research project, including access to existing research, clinical and data coordination, contract guidance, quality assurance and other types of support.


Each resident will have the opportunity to complete burnout surveys to track their wellness throughout the year. In addition, residents are supported through the Practitioner Health and Wellness program, which provides services such as counseling and wellness coaching, and hosts wellness meetings throughout the year to continue to support the needs of all residents.

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