Those who join our rigorous residency program are trained to be the best in their medical field with a robust curriculum, broad patient exposure and intensive ultrasound training. Our residents experience a 100% first-time board pass rate for the written and oral exams and 100% post-graduate placement.
We take every opportunity to remain ahead of the leading edge. These opportunities include extensive training in a challenging, immersive and innovative learning environment augmented by a state-of-the-art skills lab.
At the end of the four-year program, our doctors are more than “practice-ready”. They are able to offer their new employer a level of expertise and work ethic that is exceedingly competitive and a “cut above.” Our residents have benefited from a rare and emerging direction in medical education that immerses them in experiences of managing patients in a variety of clinical settings, including rural and community settings, as well as a Level 1 trauma center.
Our program offers many superior training opportunities so our residents experience success. Here are a few.
The subspecialty rotations in our program give residents a greater competitive edge in pursuit of employment and fellowship opportunities. Subspecialty rotations in the following areas are offered:
OMM training is an important part of our osteopathic-focused, ACGME-accredited program. It begins with participation in our new OMM teaching clinic. OMM and Osteopathic Principles and Practice (OPP) are augmented by a monthly teaching skills lab. Additionally, our residents perform OMM rounds on obstetrics patients at OhioHealth’s O’Bleness Hospital in Athens, Ohio. They work closely with mothers and their babies, gaining hands-on experience, in a weekly OMM O’Bleness Hospital clinic.
Sub-specialty rotations take place in teaching facilities where residents can receive the best training opportunities and exposure to a variety of clinical presentations. To that end, our residents work in rural, urban and suburban locations, with patients of all ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. This further augments their skill and competency as physicians.
Teaching facilities include: OhioHealth Doctors Hospital, OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital, The Ohio State University Medical Center, The Mark H. Zangmeister Cancer Center, Genesis Hospital, Ohio Reproductive Medicine and Planned Parenthood
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