Residency Program Descriptions

As the birthplace of family medicine, Ohio long has recognized the importance of strong family medicine residency programs that prepare excellent family physicians to meet the challenges and ever-changing needs of patients. If you are considering the fun, diverse, and rewarding career of family medicine, consider our state’s many fine residency programs.

Ohio offers 20 allopathic family medicine residency programs with superior facilities and progressive clinical environments. While varied in format, each provides consistently, high quality training with dedicated faculty and resident staffs. Our residency programs are organized as affiliated networks around each of our medical schools and benefit by sharing diverse resources. There is wonderful collaboration and innovative faculty development within these networks. Ohio is fortunate to have strong departments of family medicine representing our specialty in each medical school. Ohio programs also benefit from the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, which plays an important role in supporting residency education and encourages resident involvement in OAFP business through board and committee participation.

We hope the program summaries below, provided by each respective residency program, stimulate your curiosity and prompt you to come and explore our many outstanding programs. For more information about each residency program, click on the program name to be directed to its website.

Another resource is the Directory of Family Medicine Residency Programs published by the American Academy of Family Physicians. This directory lists each program in the United States and covers many topics in detail—faculty, staff, administration, accreditation, size, salaries, etc., on all Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited family medicine residencies in the United States.

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  1. Akron General Medical Center Family Medicine Residency
  2. Aultman Family Medicine Residency Program
  3. Bethesda Hospital Family Medicine Residency
  4. Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Case Medical Center
  5. Fairview Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program
  6. Grant Family Medicine Residency
  7. MetroHealth Family Practice Residency
  8. Mount Carmel Family Medicine Residency
  9. Northside Hospital, Western Reserve Care Family Practice Residency Program
  10. ProMedica Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency
  11. Riverside Family Medicine Residency
  12. St. Elizabeth Boardman Family Medicine Residency
  13. St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency – Youngstown
  14. St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Health Partners, Family Medicine Residency
  15. Summa Barberton Hospital Family Practice Residency Program
  16. Summa Health System Akron City Hospital
  17. The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati
  18. The Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency
  19. University of Toledo Family Medicine Residency Program
  20. Wright State University Family Medicine Residency

Akron General Medical Center Family Medicine Residency

1 Akron General Ave.
Akron, OH 44307
330.344.3522
elliot.davidson@akrongeneral.org

The Family Medicine Residency Program at the Akron General Medical Center was established in 1970, one of the first in Ohio. Proud tradition and exciting vision combine to provide an educational center of excellence known for compassionate, state-of-the-art care. A broad family medicine curriculum places additional emphasis on ambulatory care, procedures, pharmacology, and behavioral education. The ever-changing business of medicine is stressed with a two-week block rotation in addition to an advanced longitudinal approach to practice management. Dynamic faculty members are committed to teaching medical students and residents to prepare for future practice. We employ high tech educational technology including Apple TV and iPad mirroring and feature a well-developed global health curriculum with academic credit available for recent missions to Guatemala, Haiti, and Peru. Our geriatrics curriculum is enhanced by the medical directorship and continuity of care at a local multi-level care community.

We focus on identifying your own specific goals and ensuring your path to success. We have 100% fellowship placement (sports medicine, OB, and more) and graduates the last eight years have a 100% first-time-take board passage rate. Akron General Medical Center has been named one of the best hospitals in U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 and 2015 publications of America’s Best Hospitals. Being a Cleveland Clinic hospital enhances educational opportunities, quality improvement, and clinical excellence.

Akron offers diverse cultural and recreational amenities including Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, and the E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Center. Strong community support for family medicine, combined with the arts and recreation, make Akron an attractive place to work and live.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide

Aultman Family Medicine Residency Program

2600 Seventh St. SW
Canton, OH 44710
330.363.6250
mvaughn@aultman.com

The Aultman Family Medicine Residency Program is designed to train the family physicians of the future through a rich, diverse, and well-coordinated educational program.

Located in Canton, OH, the Aultman Hospital is an 808-bed teaching hospital with 575 active physicians in 43 different medical specialties. Aultman has served Stark County and four surrounding counties since 1892 and is the largest hospital in the county.

Our training program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and was recently awarded the maximum five years continued accreditation. We have university affiliations with the Northeastern Ohio Medical University. Our residency program has 21 residency positions with nine full-time faculty members. Our well-respected program offers a strong core curriculum, experienced and diverse faculty, and solid family medicine residents.

We believe the strength of your education in family medicine lies in your ambulatory care experiences. An electronic health record was installed in 2011. The new family medicine center for our residency program opened in September 2006. It is housed in the new Aultman Center for Education along with the clinical areas for the internal medicine and OB/GYN residencies, the Health Science Library, and the Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The residency program family medicine center achieved National Committee for Quality Assurance level 3 patient-centered medical home recognition in November 2014.

We offer a comprehensive education emphasizing the management and treatment of common problems encountered by family physicians. An emphasis is placed on treating the whole patient, as well as their families on an ongoing basis. The program offers a supportive environment with a well-rounded faculty. Throughout the residency, the importance of disease prevention is stressed. As a resident at Aultman, you will experience an individualized curriculum created to meet your specific interests.

The ultimate goal is for our residents to develop a solid knowledge base in academic and evidence-based medicine, along with the skills needed to be an outstanding community

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Bethesda Hospital Family Medicine Residency

4411 Montgomery Rd., Ste. 206
Cincinnati, OH 45206
513.631.0784
800.305.6660
Lorraine_Stephens@TriHealth.com

The Bethesda Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Cincinnati was established in 1987. Bethesda is a large community hospital with a full range of primary care and sub-specialty physicians.

Our broad-based educational experiences are designed to produce physicians with excellent skills in the comprehensive care of individuals and the family.

The Family Practice Center, providing the integrating core of our educational experience, is in the local community of Norwood, 15 minutes from the hospital. Our patient population is diverse and very similar to that of a private community family practice.

We strive to maintain a relaxed, yet rigorous, learning environment. Our core six, full-time family medicine faculty members bring diverse backgrounds and experiences to the program, supplemented by a large number of part-time family physician and sub-specialist teaching faculty.

Third- and fourth-year medical students are invited to spend an elective month with the program.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Case Western Reserve University/
University Hospitals Case Medical Center

Family Medicine Residency Program
11100 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44106
216.844.5483
thomas.mauerer@uhhospitals.org

This program is the primary affiliate of the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine and is based at the University Hospitals Case Medical Center (UHCMC). The Family Medicine Department at CWRU is proud of being currently ranked 12th nationally by U.S. News and World Report and 15th nationally in term of National Institute of Health funding. We are the editorial home of the Annals of Family Medicine, the highest impact journal of our discipline. UHCMC is dedicated to the vision of being a regional leader in providing high quality, compassionate and cost-effective health care, including the full spectrum of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment while enhancing its status as a nationally recognized academic health center. Training occurs at both UHCMC and its affiliated community inpatient and outpatient facilities in the University Hospital Health System, affording resident physicians exposure to cutting edge technology and faculty in a tertiary academic setting with complementary community-based training.

During their residency training, residents may focus on global health, OB and women’s health, and public health/preventive medicine. Faculty members have added training/qualifications/interest in sports medicine, osteopathic manipulation, psychiatry, OB/women’s health, genetics, sleep medicine, addiction medicine, public health/preventive medicine, research, hospital medicine, adolescent medicine, HIV medicine, geriatrics, and hospice and palliative medicine. Available fellowship opportunities within the department include OB, women’s health, academic medicine, and public health/preventive medicine and within the University Hospitals Health System include sports medicine, geriatrics, and urgent care. We also have an online integrative medicine curriculum that residents can choose to participate in throughout their residency.

Our first-year class enrolls eight residents per year. Our graduates establish successful careers in academic, urban, and suburban family practices.

The program offers one combined family medicine/preventive medicine resident slot per year. This resident completes the three years of family medicine training and an additional year of preventive medicine training earning an MPH degree upon completing the combined residency.

Interested candidates should apply through ERAS.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Fairview Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program

18200 Lorain Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44111
216.476.7086
fmresidency@fairviewhospital.org

The Fairview Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program combines the best features of training at a community hospital and a major academic medical center. Residents are based at Fairview Hospital, a 488-bed community hospital offering the latest in comprehensive, high quality medical care in a friendly environment. Our practice sees over 18,000 visits a year and offers residents ample clinical and practice management experience. The hospital and Center for Family Medicine are located in a pleasant, residential neighborhood on Cleveland’s west side.

Residents also enjoy many of the educational resources offered by the Cleveland Clinic including selected rotations, the availability of sports medicine fellows, and family physicians as preceptors in the Center for Family Medicine.

Cleveland is a place on the go, nationally known for its culture, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, and its excellence in health care. Why not consider Cleveland and one of its top medical centers for your training in family medicine?

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Grant Family Medicine Residency

Medical Education Department
285 E. State St., Ste. 670
Columbus, OH 43215
614.566.8270
gmcmeded@ohiohealth.com

The Grant Family Medicine Residency Program is a clinically focused program that has a reputation of preparing outstanding family physicians able to practice in a wide variety of settings, including rural, urban, or international. More than 400 graduates are practicing all over the United States and internationally.

The residency offers an outstanding outpatient experience, with team-based care, individualized nursing backup, diverse populations, and two urban neighborhood family medicine centers supported by electronic health records.

Additionally, the residency is unique in that it is a stand alone program in a relatively large metropolitan, full-service hospital. In this setting, residents are given progressive responsibility and autonomy commensurate with their abilities. The strong inpatient and OB experience is enhanced by a large number of specialist teaching faculty who are actively involved in the residency.

Opportunities exist for further training through sports medicine, geriatric, and hospital medicine fellowships.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

MetroHealth Family Medicine Residency

MetroHealth Medical Center
2500 MetroHealth Dr.
Cleveland, OH 44109
216.778.3487

The family medicine residency program at MetroHealth is characterized by diversity, excitement, and challenge. The mission of the family medicine department is to provide excellence in education as well as high quality, community-oriented, family-centered healthcare to all people. The department’s hospital and community faculty are not only skilled clinicians, but also serve as mentors and offer a stimulating and unique mix of interests. Our faculty represents leaders in geriatrics, obstetrics, family systems medicine, community-based medicine, and patient education. A multidisciplinary team approach to patient care is at the heart of our philosophy of residency training. The family medicine department strives to create an atmosphere where learning takes place in a supportive and collegial environment. Our residents leave with the confidence and understanding that they have the ability to manage a wide array of health concerns and conditions and a deep appreciation of the family and community systems that shape their patients’ lives.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Mount Carmel Family Medicine Residency

477 Cooper Rd., Ste. 300
Westerville, OH 43081
614.898.8714
dsmith@mchs.com

The field of family medicine has always been fostered and strongly supported by the Mount Carmel Health System. As a leader in the field of primary care and tertiary medical care, Mount Carmel has provided a strong, academically based family medicine residency program since 1975. Our program has produced a diverse group of family physicians who are leaders in the medical field throughout Ohio and the United States. Our graduates practice in many diverse settings including rural, urban, suburban, federally qualified health centers, emergency room, urgent care, inpatient, and academics.

Our residents have also matched in a variety of fellowships including geriatrics, emergency medicine, and hospitalist.

The Family Medicine Center is a Level 3 PCMH and has 8 video observation rooms so resident skills can be evaluated in real-time and feedback given immediately. Formative feedback is also given on a daily basis through electronic reporting (Quick Notes). Additionally, we utilize our state-of-the-art simulation center on a monthly basis to enhance both medical decision making and procedural skills.

We emphasize community service by giving our residents opportunities to help underserved patients in the Columbus area while further developing their patient care and interaction skills. In addition, we encourage residents beginning in their intern year to participate in mission trips that are provided 1-2 times per year with supervision from our faculty.

Finally we have faculty who are knowledgeable, friendly, and approachable. Our faculty have presented in several national conferences including the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Annual Meeting, the Society of Teachers for Family Medicine, and the Residency Program Solutions/Program Directors Workshop for Family Medicine.

Core values – reverence, commitment to those who are poor, justice, stewardship, integrity, compassion, and excellence.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Northside Hospital, Western Reserve Care
Family Practice Residency Program

500 Gypsy Ln.
Youngstown, OH 44501
888.800.2074

The Western Reserve Care Family Practice Residency Program was founded in 1979. There are four residents each year. We serve a population of about 250,000, yet do not have the congestion of a large city. As a major teaching hospital for the Northeastern Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) College of Medicine we enjoy the resources of a medical school with a class size of 100 students. Our program fosters resident independence coupled with a strong program of practice management skills. A number of our graduates have successfully started private practices, quickly enjoying success.

Western Reserve Care System (WRCS) has been involved in post-graduate training since the turn of the century and there is still a strong commitment to medical education after 90 years. This is evidenced by the hospital maintaining residencies for family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, podiatry, pathology, and dentistry. Training associations also exist with numerous other paramedical training programs. There are five other family medicine residency programs associated with NEOMED. The directors meet together monthly and work jointly on projects. These features lead to a nicely balanced offering of broad academic resources in a personal and supportive environment.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

ProMedica Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency

2051 W. Central Ave., Ste. 200
Toledo, OH 43606
419.291.2340
800.860.2051

The ProMedica Toledo Hospital and the W.W. Knight Family Medicine Center offer the facilities and resources to provide an educational experience that will prepare physicians for the unique needs of the family physician. The benefits of this unopposed residency include working and learning in a 794-bed major medical center with a wide diversity of patients and the latest in medical technology. As the oldest continually operating family medicine residency in the region, we employ a multidisciplinary approach to medical education that provides important training in all aspects of family medicine including obstetrics, pediatrics, care of ambulatory and hospital patients, practice administration, pharmacy, patient education, and community medicine.

In addition, we offer several concentrated track programs that allows you to focus your training on an area of interest including geriatrics, obstetrics, primary/traditional care, international medicine, rural medicine, urgent care, or sports medicine (the opportunity to continue your training in a dually accredited primary care sports medicine program exists). By joining our nationally recognized residency, you will take advantage of dual accreditation by the ACGME and the American Osteopathic Association.

Toledo is a city known for its quality of life. A world-renowned Museum of Art, nationally recognized Zoological Gardens, restaurants, numerous metro and state park facilities, major college athletic programs, and convenient access to professional sporting events are only part of the perfect setting.

If you have made the decision that family medicine is your future, investigate the ProMedica Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Riverside Family Medicine Residency

Riverside Methodist Hospital
697 Thomas Ln.
Columbus, OH 43214
614.566.4398

The Riverside Family Medicine Residency is located at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in northwest Columbus, OH. The program provides the practical experiences of a large community hospital while offering the educational opportunities of a tertiary academic center center. Residents benefit from a family medicine inpatient experience that features a wide variety of adult patient problems, obstetric care, critical care, management of newborns, and complicated referrals from surrounding communities. Pediatric training is completed in the Riverside hospital nursery, in the family practice center, and at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Our family practice center has nearly 20,000 patient visits per year for acute care; chronic care; and procedures including colposcopy, minor dermatology procedures, ultrasound, contraceptive procedures (IUD and Nexplanon), and joint injections. The residency faculty is well-known nationally and respected locally. They have advanced training in sports medicine, addiction medicine, adolescent medicine, public health, faculty development, and hospice & palliative care.

The Riverside Family Practice Residency has an established tradition of excellence. Scholarship, quality improvement, research, and teaching are stressed at every level. Innovation in learning is accomplished through the Center for Medical Education and Innovation, a simulation center designed for resident and attending education. Community service and international missions are offered to the residents in our program. The work environment is outstanding and the relationship with the other Riverside residencies are exceptional. Most important, however, is the flexibility built into the program that allows residents to develop individual interests to the fullest – whether it be research, teaching, sports medicine, geriatrics, OMM, procedural skills, or another area. Upon graduation from the Riverside Family Medicine Residency you will have confidence in your ability to practice in the ever-changing world of medicine and the specialty of family medicine.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

St. Elizabeth Boardman Family Medicine Residency

330.729.8749
sbeel@mercy.com

The St. Elizabeth Boardman Family Medicine Residency has been founded on the premise that excellence in medical care comes from quality of teaching, an intellectually stimulating environment, and an ample variety of clinical exposures. Our experienced faculty is ready to provide a challenging, but supportive, environment for residents to grow and gain essential skills. A graduate of this program will be ready to enter into any number of clinical opportunities and find himself or herself capable and comfortable.

The family medicine residency consists of four residents per class for a total of 12 residents. Our residents experience rotations in:
  • Behavioral health
  • Emergency medicine
  • Gynecology
  • Inpatient medicine
  • Medical intensive care
  • Medical specialties including cardiology, pulmonology, dermatology, and more
  • Obstetrics
  • Outpatient family medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Sports medicine
  • Surgery
  • Surgical specialties
  • Urgent care.
The Family Health Center is located next door to the hospital. St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital is a member of Mercy Health (formerly Humility of Mary Health Partners). At Mercy Health, top-tier administrators and practice managers encourage engagement, input, quality, wellness, and a great work/life balance. The advantages of St. Elizabeth Boardman are:
  • A medical staff of 480 representing more than 40 specialties
  • A caring staff of 800+
  • The ability to practice in a licensed, 205-bed regional medical center with 77 bassinets, 35 level 3 obstetrical beds, and 30 emergency medicine beds
  • A bustling emergency department visited by 43,000 people with annual admission of more than 10,750
  • Magnet recognition since 2011
  • 92% physician satisfaction
  • A comprehensive integrated electronic health record, Epic CarePATH.
We offer compensation and benefits packages that respect your skills and knowledge, including:
  • Competitive salary for residents
  • Flexible benefits plan
  • Malpractice insurance
  • $1,000 moving allowance (with stipulation)
  • Educational stipend
  • Lab coat allowance
  • Meal allowance
  • Medical library
  • BLS, ACLS, PALS
  • On-site clinical simulation lab

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency

330.480.3631
SKRivalsky@mercy.com

The St. Elizabeth Health Center is located in Youngstown, OH, which is halfway between Pittsburgh, PA, and Cleveland. The institution, which functions as a regional referral center for outlying rural and suburban communities, serves approximately 1 million people. The Department of Medical Education sponsors residencies in family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, and transitional year, as well as being the location for a robust research department. The Family Medicine Residency consists of four residents per class for a total of twelve residents. Much of the training takes place in the Family Health Center, which is conveniently located across the street from the hospital.

Why would you want to do your residency at St. Elizabeth? Here are a few of the reasons:
  • Exposure to diverse medical conditions, with patients from a wide variety of socio-economic backgrounds
  • Active teaching from nearly every medical and surgical specialty
  • Engaged core faculty providing individualized teaching to every resident
  • Ability to learn the full scope of family medicine, including
    • Maternity care
    • Ambulatory surgery
    • Orthopedic care
    • Office spirometry and Holter monitoring
    • Office laboratory
    • Training in both urban and suburban care at two distinct sites
      • Level 3 PCMH certification at both sites
      • Emphasis on patient education and preventive care
      • Excellent didactics curriculum, which includes procedure workshops in our simulation center
      • Comprehensive electronic health record in both inpatient and outpatient settings
      • Faculty with diverse interests and abilities encompassing all of family medicine
      • Ability to teach medical students and other health care workers
      • Flexible curriculum to provide individualized emphasis
      • Reasonable workloads, adequate personal time, and benefits that include:
        • Free parking
        • Meal coverage
        • Low cost of living in area
        • Weather protected access between the Family Health Center and hospital

If this sounds like the kind of residency for you, contact us at the above number or email. Individuals seeking senior level rotations are welcomed.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Health Partners,
Family Medicine Residency

2200 Jefferson Ave.
Toledo, OH 43604
419.251.1859

At Mercy, we believe in creating family physicians who take care of people and not just diseases; who take the time to know their patients and their families and are not caught in the mindset of the assembly line; and above all, who wish to be healers and not just physicians who can write a script or order yet another expensive test. The future will demand from us high-tech, high-touch and high quality, cost-effective care and family medicine truly will be the only specialty able to meet the needs of our patients in all healthcare settings.

Our Core Values
Integrity & Honesty
Being truthful, reliable and of strong moral character no matter what the situation or circumstances.

Dignity & Compassion
Caring for those around us by treating them with respect, mercy and empathy.

Service
Recognizing and meeting the needs of our patients, learners and co-workers.

Excellence
Continually striving to reach our highest level of education and performance and motivating those around us to do the same.

Unity & Teamwork
Working as a cohesive, harmonious unit as we pursue a singular vision.

Our purpose together at Mercy Health Partners Family Medicine Program is to…
Educate residents to become caring, compassionate, competent family physicians; provide the highest quality patient care and education to the people we are privileged to serve; and continually improve through creativity, innovation and self-assessment.

Contact us to arrange a visit, clinical clerkship, preceptorship, senior elective or interview. We would like to hear from you. We are accredited by the ACGME. Visit our website.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Summa Barberton Hospital Family Practice Residency Program

155 Fifth St. NE
Barberton, OH 44203
800.860.5008
rrichard@barbhosp.com

The Barberton Family Practice is an unopposed, family medicine only, program in a 310-bed community hospital. We are located in a small city 40 minutes south of Cleveland. Because we are the only residency in this hospital, the residents receive individualized, one-on-one teaching by our specialists. They also have more unrestricted access to procedures and deliveries. Our medicine rotations are primary care focused and run by the family medicine residents and family medicine attendings. Our continuity clinic is staffed by six faculty, a full-time behavioral scientist, as well as community preceptors. The faculty is diverse in experience and dedicated to teaching and making the residents’ experience as worthwhile as possible. The residents perform pediatric rotations at nearby Children’s Medical Center of Akron.

The residents receive many benefits including free meals, free parking in an enclosed parking deck, private call rooms, competitive salary, health insurance, and memberships to the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians.

The Summa Barberton Hospital offers a full spectrum care with a large variety of specialists. The hospital is very supportive of the residency and highly respectful of family medicine. The hospital is continually growing, with a new cardiac catheterization suite and expanding cardiothoracic surgery, plus a new cancer center. There are also plans to build a new emergency department and add electronic medical records.

This residency is a great place to work and learn. We encourage you to look at our website and contact us for more information.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Summa Health System Akron City Hospital

Family Medicine Center of Akron
55 Arch St., 3A
Akron, OH 44304
800.322.0517
longb@summahealth.org

For more than 40 years, over 250 residents have received a comprehensive, three-year education in medical, behavioral, and practice management skills at Summa’s Akron City Hospital Family Medicine Residency. This well-balanced curriculum maintains the flexibility to train you for virtually any primary care setting. Our faculty members are committed to family medicine education and skilled in teaching organic medicine, procedures, behavioral science, primary care research, and practice management. Our program is accredited by both the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the American Osteopathic Association. We offer a two-track obstetrical curriculum that affords the opportunity to obtain either the basic two-months of training or an accelerated experience for those who desire additional proficiency in obstetrics. Opportunities are available for international global health rotations, resident leadership development activities, and academic medicine experiences. Family physicians, both residents and attendings, enjoy complete acceptance in the hospital and the community. Our residents are treated with respect on all their rotations and serve as equals to their colleagues in other specialties. Akron City Hospital and its parent, Summa Health System, provide medical education for 230 residents in 13 specialties and seven fellowships. These individuals provide an excellent extension to the full-time family medicine faculty.

The Family Medicine Center, completed in 2006, functions like a family physician’s office to simulate a private practice setting. Our electronic health record and video precepting capabilities are vital to the education of our residents. Also available is an emphasis track in women’s health.

To sum it all up – family medicine is thriving at Summa Health System/Akron City Hospital. We invite you to come take a closer look. You will like what you see!

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati
Family Medicine Residency Training Program

2123 Auburn Ave., Ste. 340
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513.721.2221 ext. 10
maggie.hey@thechristhospital.com

The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency is nationally known for longitudinal training in global/underserved health care and committed to caring for underserved populations abroad and in the United States. Our community hospital program has been successfully training family physicians for over 37 years! We believe that all family physicians need to be prepared to practice in any environment and to care for individuals of any ethnic or socioeconomic background. We are based in a 550-bed community hospital, The Christ Hospital. Family medicine faculty, including geriatricians, teach a full range of inpatient adult medicine at The Christ Hospital. During the obstetrics experience at The Christ Hospital, residents work closely with family physicians, obstetricians, maternal/fetal medicine specialists, a nurse midwife, pediatricians, and neonatologists. We utilize the tertiary care setting of The Christ Hospital (which has been ranked among the “top hospitals” by U.S. News and World Report) for training in emergency care, intensive care, newborn care, and subspecialty clinics. Pediatrics is undertaken at one of the nation’s most renowned hospitals, the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, which is ranked third in the nation for pediatrics. Multiple community electives such as alternative medicine, sports medicine, and geriatrics are available. Our family medicine center is on the campus with our hospital, and patients are from all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. As well, residents and faculty work with underserved populations in the community. Residents are encouraged to tailor their training as they anticipate their future practice settings and career goals.

Our global health/underserved curriculum provides longitudinal training in working with the underserved in any setting. Residents participate in monthly didactics and funded yearly trips to Guatemala. Third-year residents may design an international elective to a site of their choosing. We offer a five-year combined family medicine/psychiatry program; these resident graduates are eligible for board certification in both specialties. Our Geriatrics Fellowship focuses clinical and research training on the special needs of our growing elderly population and our Palliative Care Fellowship provides training in the nuances of caring for patients with serious illnesses.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Among our many highly skilled, experienced faculty, we have several of the 2012 Cincinnati Magazine’s “Best Doctors;” this includes our Program Director Dr. Christopher Bernheisel!

Call or arrange a visit to learn more about our program.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

The Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency

Rardin Family Practice Center
2231 N. High St., Rm. 203
Columbus, OH 43201
614.293.2655
laura.thompson3@osumc.edu

At The Ohio State University (OSU) Family Medicine Residency we strive to create a nurturing learning environment that allows residents to grow both personally and professionally. You will enjoy the dedicated teaching of experienced family physicians in the office and on an unopposed inpatient service at a large inner city community hospital, while being exposed to cutting edge medicine on specialty rotations at a major academic medical center. You will be part of an ever-changing, growing family – a unique family medicine residency offering you a variety of choices to meet your future practice plans. Take a look and see why you should choose OSU.

Our university-based family medicine track emphasizes traditional family medicine through specialty rotations at the OSU Wexner Medical Center, a nationally ranked, academic medical center (rated best in central Ohio). Our inpatient service at University Hospitals East allows family medicine residents to develop their clinical and technical skills in a supportive environment that fosters personal and professional development. Residents follow their continuity patients at the OSU Rardin Family Practice Center, a nationally recognized level 3 patient-centered medical home (PCMH), where family medicine faculty mentor and teach them in the office setting. This practice serves a diverse patient population, providing over 36,000 visits annually.

Our urban family medicine track is located in an empowerment zone at OSU Family Medicine CarePoint East. Family medicine residents in the urban track experience a curriculum designed to prepare them for life as an urban family physician.

Regardless of which track one chooses, residents interested in a career in academic family medicine may also choose additional training in teaching, scholarship, and patient care/research, with an option to obtain a post graduate MPH or MBA degree.

Our faculty is internationally recognized for their excellence in teaching, scholarship, and patient care. Of the 30 family physicians in central Ohio named to the 2013-14 “America’s Best Doctors” (limited to the top 5% of the nation’s physicians), 15 are associated with our program. Other unique attributes about our program are our longitudinal rotations in any specific area of interest, international rotations to underserved areas around the world, and fellowships in sports medicine and geriatric medicine. Rotating through the OSU Wexner Medical Center provides residents with the opportunity to work with nationally recognized faculty members and within a hospital that makes the national honor roll every year. Graduating residents are recognized as being exceptionally prepared for any style of practice and carry the name of OSU proudly.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

University of Toledo
Family Medicine Residency Program

3333 Glendale Ave.
Toledo, OH 43614
419.383.5502
sandra.cutcher@utoledo.edu

The University of Toledo Family Medicine Residency Program is a community-based, university affiliated residency program which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Our residency blends the real-world experiences of community hospitals with the academic and technological advantages of a university-affiliated medical center. Our primary goal is to provide a supportive learning environment that is conducive to your development as a competent and caring family physician. Our residency program values each resident as part of its team. The residency is made up of 12 residents and a diverse faculty composed of faculty members from the University of Toledo Department of Family Medicine.

Our three-year program prepares residents for the unique challenges and rewards faced by today’s family physicians. As primary care physicians, you will be expected to possess a broad spectrum of abilities. You will be responsible for coordinating and managing the preventive, continuous, and comprehensive care of your patients. Our program includes practice management and behavioral science curriculum to better prepare you for the demands of a family practice. In addition, three months of electives in your third year enable you to explore areas of interest or strengthen your clinical knowledge and skill base.

Our faculty members are committed to providing residents with an outstanding education in family medicine, and strive to create a supportive, family-friendly learning environment.

In addition, residents and their families have access to many activities found in major metropolitan areas without the hassles of big city life, including the Toledo Museum of Art, Mud Hens baseball, Toledo Walleye hockey, The Toledo Zoo, the Cedar Point amusement part, golf courses, and several metro parks.

We welcome the opportunity to tell you more about our program and the opportunities we can provide for you.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

Wright State University Family Medicine Residency

2345 Philadelphia Dr.
Dayton, OH 45406
937.275.2792
family_practice@premierhealth.com

The Wright State University (WSU) Family Medicine Residency Program continues its long standing commitment to community-based education. The residency combines a rich tradition of family medicine with exposure to:
  • A range of clinical services seldom found outside academic medical centers
  • Comprehensive exposure to a variety of medical disciplines
  • A diverse patient population
  • An active inpatient service
  • Continuity patients in the Five Rivers Family Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center
  • Faculty with expertise in sports medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychology, geriatrics, hospitalist practice, and pharmacology

The result is a unique blend of services and attitudes seen at community hospitals, and the educational experiences often available only at university medical centers. The WSU Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents to excel in their roles as concerned, competent physicians who function well in the full realm of family medicine, whether in inpatient or outpatient, rural, or urban settings.

Graduates of our program are successful in varied settings- private practice, academic appointments, post-graduate fellowships, and community medical leadership on local, state, and national levels.

For specific program descriptions, including salary, benefits, and background information, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.