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 38* 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.

The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) publishes a Directory of Family Medicine Residency Programs that lists each family medicine residency program in the United States accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The directory covers many topics in detail including faculty, staff, administration, accreditation, size, and salaries.

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.

And, as you begin the process of discovering the best residency for you and preparing for the match process, check out the resources on the AAFP website.


272 Hospital Rd.
Chillicothe, OH 45601
740.779.8830
kmaxwell3@adena.org

The Adena Family Medicine Residency Program is committed to being the leader in our region by providing compassionate, high quality evidence-based care. We are dedicated to educating residents in a socially responsible and culturally appropriate way. We strive to meet the healthcare needs of Ross County and the surrounding communities we serve by promoting preventive medicine and holistic health education.

Adena’s three-year, ACGME fully accredited family medicine program offers five resident positions each year. Our vision is to cultivate the most competent and compassionate physicians in an environment that promotes mental and physical well-being. We are selective in seeking a “best fit” for Adena and each of our residents. At Adena, we offer:
  • Diverse clinical experience
  • Breadth and depth of patient complexity
  • Family and community supported program integrating wellness initiatives
  • Support for scholarly activity with an emphasis on quality improvement
  • State-of-the-art simulation lab
  • Clinic based within walking distance of the hospital
  • Robust didactics curriculum
  • Balance of academic training combined with hands on experiences.

The Adena Family Medicine Residency Program is located in Chillicothe, OH. Adena Health System includes four hospitals in Chillicothe, Waverly, Greenfield and Washington Court House, as well as and six regional clinics – with a total of 341 beds. Adena Health System provides quality healthcare for the more than 400,000 people who call south central and southern Ohio home.

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.

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

The Aultman Family Medicine Residency Program (Aultman) has been graduating family physicians since 1975. We are training primary care physicians to practice in any capacity. Our curriculum balances a strong inpatient service with outstanding care in our outpatient practice.

Aultman is located in beautiful Canton, OH. Aultman Hospital is a 1,032-bed hospital system serving five counties since 1892 and is the largest hospital in the county. We have achieved national recognition for our outstanding clinical care including the distinction of Best Regional Hospital by US News and World Report and, most recently, Top 1,000 Hospitals in the World.

We care for patients in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). 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. Our residents are also skilled in performing TeleHealth visits, nursing home visits, and home visits. The program offers a supportive environment with a well-rounded faculty.

Our residents graduate with a strong medical knowledge base. In fact, we have a 100% Board pass rate over the last 10 years and the highest five-year average Board score in Northeast Ohio!

Throughout 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. Most residents choose to practice medicine in the outpatient setting; however, several residents have gone on to fellowships, including addiction medicine, sleep medicine, hospitalist medicine, palliative care, geriatrics, and sports medicine.

Our associations with the Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) and the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine (OUHCOM) allow our residents access to valuable resources to further enhance their knowledge base.

We welcome fourth year rotations from all medical schools. We want students to come to Aultman to experience everything we have to offer.

Aultman is accredited by the ACGME. The program was awarded the maximum accreditation at our last site visit. The program’s next evaluation will be in 2022 under the Next Accreditation System.

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.

1775 Lexington Ave., Ste. 100
Cincinnati, OH 45212
513.977.6758
Scott_Woods@trihealth.com

The Bethesda Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Cincinnati, OH, 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 Bethesda Family Medicine Center (BFM) is a state of the art facility built in 2015 and is located on the Xavier University campus in Cincinnati. The residents and faculty serve a diverse population, practicing full-spectrum family medicine and sports medicine. Our office has a large pediatric population, 31% of our visits at BFM are pediatric. The large faculty is composed of 10 physicians with diverse fellowship training in sports medicine, endocrinology, medical education, epidemiology, behavioral health, and obesity medicine as well as family medicine.  The program has seven residents per year, in addition to two sports medicine fellows.

Our pediatric training is very unique because our residents spend 4 months at Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center (CCHMC), The CCHMC is the second largest pediatric training facility in the country, taking approximately 70 interns per year. Our residents do one month on the general admitting floors, as a well as rotations in the pediatric emergency room, outpatient clinics, and pediatric orthopedics.

The program supports two international trips per year, one to Cuba and one to Belize. The program pays for the trip.

We welcome fourth year rotations from all medical schools. We want students to come and see and experience the unique and fun environment at BFM.

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.

Family Medicine Residency Program
11100 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44106
216.844.5483
Angela.hammond-Pickens@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). 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 (UHHS), 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 expand their skills and experience in global health, sports medicine, addiction medicine, and and public health/preventive medicine. Faculty members have added training/qualifications/interest in sports medicine, osteopathic manipulation, psychiatry, OB/women’s health, genetics, addiction medicine, public health/preventive medicine, research, hospital medicine, adolescent medicine, HIV medicine, geriatrics, and medical informatics. Available fellowship opportunities within the department include OB, women’s health, academic medicine, and public health/preventive medicine and within the UHHS include sports medicine, geriatrics, and sleep medicine. 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.

1 Akron General Ave.
ACC Building, 2nd Fl
Akron, OH 44307
330.344.3522
HarleyD@ccf.org

The Family Medicine Residency Program at Cleveland Clinic Akron General was established in 1971, one of the first in Ohio. Proud tradition and forward-thinking vision combine to provide an educational center of excellence known for compassionate, state-of-the-art medical care. A broad family medicine curriculum places additional emphasis on ambulatory care, inpatient care, procedural medicine, 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 feature a well-developed global health curriculum with academic credit available for recent missions to Guatemala and the Dominican Republic.

Our geriatrics curriculum is enhanced by the continuity of care at a local multi-level care community.

A partnership between Cleveland Clinic and Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OUHCOM) – Cleveland formed the Transformative Care Continuum (TCC) Program. This is physician education transformed thru a focus on population health. The TCC Program is an accelerated 3+3, competency-based curriculum that prepares medical students for careers in family medicine through a continuous experience from medical school through residency and beyond. The TCCC program graduates its inaugural class from residency on June 30, 2024.

When you join our family, we focus on identifying your specific goals and work to ensure your path to success. We have 100% fellowship placement (sports medicine, OB, and more) and graduates the last 15+ years have a 100% first time-take ABFM Board passage rate. Cleveland Clinic Akron General has repeatedly been named one of the best hospitals in multiple U.S. News and World Report’s publications of America’s Best Hospitals. Being a Cleveland Clinic Foundation hospital further enhances our educational opportunities, quality improvement, and clinical excellence.

Akron offers diverse cultural and recreational amenities including the Akron Art Museum, 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.

14601 Detroit Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
216.237.5652
fmresidency@ccf.org

The residents of the Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program are located at the Lakewood Family Health Center (FHC) for their outpatient experience and at Fairview Hospital/Cleveland Clinic, just 15 minutes away from Lakewood FHC, for their inpatient experiences. As a full service community hospital, Fairview offers family medicine residents the opportunity to learn directly from experienced attending physicians and sub-specialists in a friendly, personalized environment. Residents provide continuing care for patients similar to those that they can expect to manage in their future careers as family physicians. They can also take advantage of selected rotations, the availability of sports medicine fellows, and family physicians as preceptors in the Center for Family Medicine.

At the same time, the educational resources of the Cleveland Clinic provides residents with the opportunity to learn “cutting-edge” medicine at one of the nations’ best-known referral centers.

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.

2030 Stringtown Rd., Ste. 300
Grove City, OH 43123-3993

Doctors Hospital Family Medicine Residency is a premier residency program with ACGME Osteopathic Recognition located in Columbus, OH. We are a community-based program whose mission is to empower family physicians to provide holistic healthcare that is affordable, accessible, and high quality for all. This mission is supported by our program director, nine core faculty physicians, a board-certified ambulatory pharmacist, a director of behavioral sciences, nine community family physicians, and over 150 specialty physicians and other allied health professionals. All of whom bring diverse experiences and share a common goal: to train well-rounded physicians.

  • Osteopathic medicine
  • Community medicine and population health
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)
  • Practice management.

Outpatient-Focused
Extensive outpatient training occurs in our Family Practice Center in Grove City, OH. PGY1 residents have a dedicated half-day clinic per week with additional support to assist their transition into residency. PGY2 and PGY3 residents see patients in our clinic four to five half-days per week on average. Regular specialty clinics within our practice provide hands-on learning in pediatrics, osteopathic manipulation, sports medicine, procedures, geriatrics, and addiction medicine. Additionally, the majority of second- and third-year rotations occur in an outpatient setting. Residents rotate through Doctors Hospital, Grant Medical Center, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital for their required inpatient rotation experiences. Our new family medicine owned inpatient service at Doctors Hospital is run by core faculty, which gives an outpatient perspective to inpatient learning.

Education
Weekly protected didactics are led by faculty and regular guest lecturers. Our longitudinal curriculum includes topics such as DEI, women’s health, behavioral health, quality improvement, and practice management. In addition to real-time teaching through precepting, faculty give daily mini clinical education sessions in the clinic and in the hospital.  Additionally, all residents are provided with three years of board review materials.

Population Health
In collaboration with Doctors Hospital Graduate Medical Education, our residency program is opening a population health clinic at Doctors Hospital in July 2024. We serve a vulnerable population with significant social determinants of health. The population health clinic will be focused on providing affordable, accessible, and equitable care to our community through an innovative patient-centered care model.

Osteopathic Recognition
We are proud of our Osteopathic heritage. Staying true to our roots, we continue to incorporate innovative osteopathic principles in our education. Our program can support residents with any level of knowledge or experience in osteopathic medicine. Led by our director of osteopathic education, Doctors Hospital has robust opportunities in osteopathic education. Through didactics, conferences, and clinical experiences, our residents develop their osteopathic and OMT expertise.

To learn more about our program, please visit our website or our Instagram!

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.

7450 Hospital Dr., Ste. 4500
Dublin, OH 43016
DublinFamilyMedicine@OhioHealth.com

The Dublin Methodist Family Medicine Residency Program  is an innovative, outpatient focused program designed to provide self-motivated learners an optimal educational experience. We offer a unique “office every day” experience, ensuring that outpatient medicine remains the focus throughout every rotation. Residents are invited to tailor their education to meet their needs by joining optional tracks, such as: OMT, sports medicine/ultrasound, psychotherapy, lifestyle medicine, faculty development, quality and safety, and more. At Dublin, innovation is celebrated! New ideas and interests are welcome, and faculty will collaborate with you to ensure the training you receive prepares you to thrive as a family physician.

Located in scenic Dublin, OH, our young, vibrant community delivers abundant green space coupled with a dynamic community life. Dublin hosts many diverse cultural and recreational events including the Dublin Irish Festival, the Memorial Golf Tournament, and the Emerald City Quarter and Half Marathon. Check us out at www.dublinfamilymed.com.

Our mission is to prepare family physicians for practice and leadership through:
  • Collaborative, learner-focused curricula
  • Continuous quality improvement
  • Community centered wellness
  • Lifelong learning.
Our Philosophy of Education:
  • Ambulatory Focus – The centerpiece of our training program is the family health center where residents develop the competencies they will need to provide a medical home for their patients.
  • Self-Motivated Learners– We respect our residents as adult learners, capable of driving their own education. Our mission is to facilitate their learning by providing the support and resources needed to achieve their goals.
  • Innovative Practice – Residents have the opportunity to practice in an ambulatory patient-centered medical home that models the most up-to-date and innovative models of practice.
  • Individualized Training Curriculum – Residents are afforded the opportunity to individually tailor their training to develop special interests and passions in the context of broad family medicine training.
  • Education First – Service residents perform is built around specific educational objectives and designed to develop competencies for successful practice.

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.

425 W 5th St.
East Liverpool, OH 43920
slangdon@primehealthcare.com

About the Program
East Liverpool City Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, a three-year residency operating in compliance with ACGME standards, is staffed by doctors passionate about teaching and equipping the next generation of physicians to practice in today’s ever-changing world. During concentrated study and hands-on training in this rural practice area serving Appalachia, residents graduate with practical experience and technical skills required for full spectrum family medicine.

Our Mission
The mission of the East Liverpool City Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program is to provide residents of the tri-state area high-quality, compassionate healthcare services to prevent illness, relieve suffering, aid in health restoration, and promote wellness. Healthcare education will be provided to the patient, the community, and other health professionals. Our services will be cost effective to ascertain affordability to the greatest number of people. We will provide necessary services to any person, without discrimination, within the financial limitations of the organization.

Your Education
The Family Medicine Residency Program in East Liverpool, OH, is a three-year program known for its commitment to comprehensive education with over 70 years of combined real-world medical experience, the program is led by faculty who offer a unique blend of clinical expertise.

This program places a strong emphasis on compassionate patient care, fostering dedicated patient-physician relationships. Residents not only receive clinical training, but also gain valuable insight through specialized lectures that focus on the business side of medicine, equipping them for successful careers. Furthermore, the program actively encourages residents to take on teaching roles with medical students, enhancing their leadership skills.

How to Apply
The East Liverpool City Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program operates under the standard academic calendar year from July through June.

We participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

  • Interested candidates must apply online through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
  • All complete applications are reviewed on an individual basis
  • We do not accept any applicants outside of the “Match.”

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.

401 N. Ewing St.
Lancaster, OH 43130
Program website

Independent  Community  Hospital  Offering  State-of-the-Art Technology
Fairfield Medical Center, located in the fourth fastest-growing county in Ohio, is a 222-bed independent community hospital located about 25 minutes southeast of Columbus. We are the largest employer in Lancaster, as well as Fairfield County. Outside of the metro areas, we are the largest inpatient healthcare facility in the counties contiguous to Fairfield and in the remainder of the region, which extends south to the Ohio River. We offer state-of-the-art technology and our medical staff is made up of highly trained specialists in the areas of cardiovascular, cardiothoracic, oncology, orthopedics, pulmonary/critical care, rheumatology, neurology, general surgery, infectious disease, gastroenterology, urology, and many more. Our emergency department sees approximately 52,000 visits per year.

Explore Our Town
Lancaster and Fairfield counties offer unique attractions, festivals, special events, locally owned restaurants, and welcoming accommodations. Fairfield County is rich in history and offers covered bridges, historical sites, and museums. If you enjoy the outdoors, take time to explore our many county and city parks, nature preserves, seven area golf courses, and our 9.5 mile bike path. Located in Central Ohio, the city of Lancaster serves the medical, educational, and business center of more than 50,000 people. From historic neighborhoods to country properties, Lancaster and Fairfield counties offer a variety of residential areas for you to call “home.”

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.

 

1111 Hayes Ave.
Sandusky, OH 44870
419.557.7250
braniem@firelands.com

The Firelands Regional Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to developing physicians who are highly skilled and qualified to manage the many aspects of family medicine, including ambulatory care, inpatient medicine, preventive medicine, chronic disease management, inpatient medicine, office procedures, and practice management. Our residents are highly respected throughout the hospital and enjoy tremendous opportunities for hands-on learning. Many of our graduates have entered into fellowship training, and others have excelled in providing leadership in local, state, and national organizations.

Our three year curriculum fulfills the requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), yet allows for flexibility to meet the educational needs of each resident. Though most inpatient rotations are at Firelands, residents also rotate through other local community hospitals, including Fisher-Titus Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital. Our program has a robust didactic series which includes monthly Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) training sessions, hospital wide medical grand rounds, journal clubs, and weekly cancer conferences. Our monthly practice management series offers extensive training in the business aspects of medicine, including such topics as contract negotiation, medico-legal concerns, risk management, and billing and coding.

Ambulatory primary care training occurs at the well-equipped Family Health Services (FHS) clinic. Operating as a federally qualified health center (FQHC), FHS is committed to providing high-quality comprehensive primary and preventive health care services to patients without financial barriers. Residents see their own panel of patients in this modern facility — with PGY-1 residents working one half day per week, and PGY-2 and PGY-3 residents working three half days per week. Office procedures are emphasized, including osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), colposcopy, endometrial biopsy, joint injections, minor skin surgery, cryosurgery, point of care ultrasound (POCUS), dermascopy, and long acting reversible contraception (LARC). Residents have numerous opportunities to teach and mentor medical students who rotate through the clinic on their family medicine rotation.

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.

 

405 W. Grand Ave.
Dayton, OH 45405
937.723.3248

The Grandview Family Medicine Residency Program at Kettering Health Dayton is one that strives for educational excellence. Academic sessions are held each week on a rotating schedule to include lectures,Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) clinic, book review and case study, board review, evidence-based journal review, journal club, and resident forum.

At the Victor J. Cassano, Sr., Community Health Center, the family medicine residents serve as the primary care providers under direct supervision. The Victor J. Cassano Community Health Center opened in August 2003 and is one of the finest primary care teaching facilities in the profession. It offers unsurpassed technology, a superb teaching staff, an innovative curriculum, and a design to train osteopathic physicians as primary care leaders in their communities.

Kettering Health Dayton is university affiliated with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM). Flexibility in rotation selection can accommodate individual professional practice goals with diverse clinical opportunities from within the Kettering Health Dayton network as well as from outside rotations.

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.

Medical Education Department
323 E. Town St., Ste. 100
Columbus, OH 43215
614.566.9718
grantfamilymedicine@gmail.com

The mission statement at the Grant Family Medicine Residency Program  is to train family medicine physicians who provide comprehensive, equitable, and innovative care for the community they serve.

Our office is located in downtown Columbus, OH, across the street from OhioHealth Grant Medical Center. Due to our accessible location and emphasis on inclusion, we have been able to create a vibrant, welcoming office that cares for our community and diverse patient population in an empowering and patient-centered way.

Residents experience a curriculum that is focused on comprehensive ambulatory care while maintaining an active hospital presence through our inpatient and obstetrics/newborn services. Our full-spectrum patient care allows for effective transitions of care, multidisciplinary care that focuses on social determinants of health, and advocacy for equitable policy change.

During their training, residents are given progressive responsibility and autonomy to ensure continuous growth paired with the support and wellness needed to succeed. Residents also have the opportunity to personalize their experience through an area of concentration, which include advocacy, faculty development, geriatrics, global health, HIV care, inpatient medicine, LGBTQ+ care, reproductive health, sports medicine, and urban underserved care. We also have addiction, geriatric, and hospitalist medicine fellowships available at Grant Medical Center.

Since our founding in 1971 as one of the first ACGME-approved programs, Grant Family Medicine has valued preparing compassionate, outstanding family medicine physicians who can meet the needs and assist in improving the health of their communities. Our network consists of more than 400 graduates and we look forward to continuing to grow and contribute to the community of family medicine physicians across the world.

Please check out our website, Instagram, and Facebook for more information on the exciting work that our residents are doing at Grant!

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.

100 Jackson Pike
Gallipolis, OH 45631

Marshall Community Health Consortium’s Family Medicine Residency Program at Holzer Health System in Gallipolis, OH, is a three-year residency (4-4-4) designed to produce family physicians who are dedicated to patient care.

Family medicine residents will be expected to provide comprehensive care to families at our outpatient locations, becoming an integral part of the healthcare delivery team in primary care. Residents’ duties include inpatient and ambulatory patient visits with attending oversight.

For over 100 year the Holzer name has been woven into the fabric of our community. Holzer is the largest, strongest healthcare system serving south central Ohio into West Virginia. Holzer Health System is a multi-discipline health care system of over 160 providers providing care in more than 30 areas of medical specialties.

Our health care system includes:
  • Two hospital locations:
    • 266-bed facility at the main Gallipolis location
    • 25-bed critical access hospital in Jackson, OH
  • Continuity Resident Clinics in both Gallipolis and Jackson

Thirteen clinical rotation sites in Gallia, Jackson, Athens, Meigs, and Lawrence counties in Ohio, and in Mason County, WV.

If you are interested in learning more about the Holzer Family Medicine Residency Program, contact us today by calling 740.446.5739 or emailing residencyprograms@holzer.org.

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.

401 Matthew St.
Marietta, OH 45750

Memorial Health’s Family Medicine Residency Program in Marietta, OH, has been established to train physicians to practice in a variety of settings, including rural and urban, with a community-based focus.  The health system is large enough to have specialty coverage, but not so large that family medicine is overlooked. The faculty experience is broad and varied, and all the physicians are eager to share their insights and knowledge.

Throughout the three-year program, residents are actively taught practice management, leadership skills, and quality improvement processes, we also offer a lifestyle medicine curriculum and opportunity for dual board certification. Memorial Health System has adopted many quality measures and strives to be at the forefront of care in the Mid-Ohio Valley. This knowledge base is essential to the future of family medicine as we not only care for individuals, but also manage populations.

Our residency practice site is located in Belpre, OH, a short drive from Marietta. The Belpre Medical Complex offers new clinic facilities and includes a free-standing emergency department and a brand new, state of the art cancer center. Many of our specialist colleagues are seeing patients in the complex, thus allowing for procedural opportunities.  We believe that patient-centered care is the cornerstone of patient satisfaction and we pride ourselves in providing a clinical learning atmosphere that fosters this philosophy.

For a specific program description, including salary, benefits, curriculum and FAQs, please visit the residency’s website directly or use the AAFP’s residency information guide.

8000 Five Mile Rd., Ste. 100
Cincinnati, OH  45230
T: 513.624.4506
nrwalker@mercy.com

Mercy Health Anderson Hospital Family and Community Residency Program in Cincinnati, OH, is an ACGME-accredited 3-year family medicine residency program accepting eight residents per year. We are a community-based family medicine residency program where our residents are respected as integral members of the medical staff.

Our program’s faculty has been selected based on their broad scope and diverse clinical, academic, and leadership experience, all of which contribute to the excellence of what you can expect from our Graduate Medical Education. With our combined knowledge, passion, attitude, and resilience, we created this program focused on evidence-based medicine, value-based care, life-long learning, diversity and inclusion, and scholarly contribution.

We are dedicated to preparing our residents to become highly sought after and respected physicians within the community that they choose to serve. We strive to prepare our residents to become successful family physicians who excel at practicing in a dynamic, rapidly changing health care environment.

Our goal is to graduate exceptionally confident and capable physicians with outstanding clinical experience, medical knowledge, procedural skills, integrity, and passion for our profession. We are committed to providing our residents with the opportunities needed to achieve their goals.

Wellness is an integral component of our efforts to train capable and compassionate physician leaders. Our rotation opportunities and curriculum have been developed to provide needed experiences for learning and designed to allow work-life balance and leadership to approach the future with resilience and mindfulness.

We are eager for you to see our brand-new renovated office space on the campus of Mercy Health Anderson Hospital. We have consolidated healthcare services for our patients and health care education for our professional learners.

Our program aims to include the following:
  • Educate and train future family physicians utilizing an innovative curriculum that emphasizes continuity of care across settings, population health, health equity, and advocacy for patients while delivering value-based and evidence-based care for a diverse patient population.
  • Foster collaborations within the community through innovative educational programs, team-based care, bridging of disciplines, specialties, and practice environments to support the learner’s interests and produce scholarly activities.
  • Encourage residents to develop the habit of critical appraisal, to regularly review the quality of care they provide, to evaluate and assimilate evidence from published literature, and to practice evidence-based medicine; preparing our graduates to become leaders in family medicine and to approach their medical practice with academic rigor.
  • Commitment to innovation and continual quality improvement through developing residents into successful self-directed learners.
  • Promote efficiency across all areas of clinical practice.
  • Develop wellness strategies to promote health and safe lifestyle practices and mitigate burnout and fatigue.

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.

8423 Market St., Ste. 101
Boardman, OH 44512
330.729.8749
ekaneski@mercy.com

The St. Elizabeth Boardman Family Medicine Residency Program 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 six residents per class for a total of 18 residents. The program also sponsors a Hospice and Palliative Care Fellowship.  Residents also have the option of pursuing rural-medicine clinical skills and education through a Rural Pathway.

Our residents experience rotations in the depth and breadth of family medicine through ambulatory focused rotations bolstered by a strong inpatient curriculum and experiences. In addition, residents are visible in the community, working on outreach projects such as sports physicals, community education events, partnering with the local YMCA, as well as opportunities to serve at the Youngstown Free Clinic.

Boardman Primary Care serves as the primary medical practice for the residency. It is conveniently located next door to the sponsoring hospital, St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital. There, residents manage their own panel of patients representing patients of all ages and manners of chronic, acute, and preventive care.  The clinic serves over 10,000 patient visits per year.

We offer compensation and benefits packages that respect your skills and knowledge, including:
  • Competitive salary for residents
  • Generous paid time off
  • Flexible benefits plan
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Moving allowance (with stipulation)
  • Continuing medical educational stipend
  • Lab coat allowance
  • Meal allowance
  • 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.

770 W. Market St., Ste. 450
Lima, OH 45801
419-226-9850
mlhelmig@mercy.com

Mercy Health St. Rita’s Medical Center’s Family Medicine Residency Program is committed to bringing high-quality healthcare to our communities. We have an exceptional team with great ability, professionalism, altruism, and skill.  St. Rita’s Graduate Medical Education in family medicine strives to develop physicians with a passion for medicine based upon scientific evidence, superb clinical skills, and the ability to communicate well and listen to others. As a resident, you will experience a comprehensive education in family medicine with a focus in leadership and outpatient medicine. The St. Rita’s Family Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to educating the next generation of family physicians to provide high quality healthcare for all, and be leaders in healthcare delivery, medical education, research, and advocacy.  St. Rita’s brings on six family medicine residents annually.

This program is located in Lima, OH, situated just over a hour’s drive from major cities.  Within Allen County (population of 102,000), it’s a comfortable and inviting community with excellent schools and affordable housing.  Lima parks, recreation, and forestry has 13 parks in the local area which include several acres of nature trails, bike paths, playgrounds, and shelter houses.

As the largest healthcare provider and largest employer in our 11-county region, St. Rita’s cares for nearly 200,000 patients each year. St. Rita’s is part of Bon Secours Mercy Health, the largest healthcare system in Ohio. Our high quality, comprehensive services include a heart and vascular institute; a cancer center; a neuroscience institute; orthopedics; trauma and emergency; outpatient wound care and hyperbaric medicine; special care for mothers and babies; pediatrics; sports medicine; outpatient rehabilitation; men’s and women’s wellness; podiatric medicine; and surgery.

Our goal is to offer the best possible learning experience. It won’t take you long to feel “at home” here.

We offer:
  • The ability to train in a licensed, 424-bed regional medical center
  • Medical staff of over 240 professionals
  • Level 2 trauma center
  • Cardiac surgery
  • Neuroscience institute
  • Electrophysiology
  • Interventional procedures
  • Robotic surgery program
  • The Epic CarePATH electronic medical record system
  • Weight management
  • Behavioral health services
  • Home healthcare
  • Hospice/Palliative Care.
We offer compensation and benefit packages which include:
  • Competitive annual stipend and paid time off
  • Direct deposit
  • Flexible benefits plan
  • Educational stipend
  • Malpractice insurance
  • Training certificate reimbursement
  • Lab coats
  • ACLS/BLS/PALS
  • Annual meal allowance
  • Free parking
  • St. Rita’s Fitness Center free access 24/7
  • Employee assistance program | LifeMatters®.

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.

7045 Lighthouse Way
Perrysburg, Ohio
Program website

Mission Statement
To Improve the health and wellbeing of our communities and bring good help to those in need, especially people who are poor, dying, and underserved by educating diverse residents to become accomplished family physicians who provide compassionate, high-quality, and cost-effective care.

Mercy Health Perrysburg Hospital
Built in 2018 with 46 inpatient beds, Mercy Health Perrysburg Hospital offers 24/7 emergency center, surgery center, private inpatient rooms, critical care, imaging, and lab services.

Our History
Although we are a new residency, our faculty and staff have worked together in direct family medicine residency education in the Toledo area for over 30 combined years. Our faculty are Master Adaptive Learners with a variety of expertise and interests.

About the Perrysburg Area
Located in rural Perrysburg south of Toledo, OH; Perrysburg offers a variety of local restaurants and shops. Perrysburg is 20 minutes south of downtown Toledo which offers the Toledo Art Museum, the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium, the Toledo Mud Hens, and the Toledo Walleyes along with numerous local restaurants to choose from. The greater Toledo area also offers multiple metro parks throughout the area and the beautiful Toledo Botanical Gardens.

Program Highlights
  • 100% Board pass rate
  • Osteopathic recognition with dedicated osteopathic education for all osteopathic and allopathic residents
  • Multidisciplinary team including a full-time social worker and a full-time psychologist
  • Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) in both inpatient and outpatient settings
  • In-office Procedures including joint injections, ultrasound guided injections, skin procedures, and gynecologic procedures
  • Optional educational track system which includes an Osteopathic track for all osteopathic residents and it is also available to allopathic residents, sports medicine, and academic medicine
  • Individualized learning plans for each resident to help meet their education and career goals
  • Personal patient panel from the first day of residency with set office hours each week throughout your entire residency to build and maintain continuity of patient care
  • Multiple rotation sites which allow for experience with a more diverse patient population
  • Longitudinal wellness focus including dedicated wellness time during all didactic sessions and special wellness events.

Recent Graduates
Recent graduates successfully practice medicine in urban, suburban, and rural communities in a variety of settings including private practice, inpatient medicine, academic medicine, sports medicine, and many additional combinations based on personal career goals. Our graduates are highly sought after for competitive fellowships including sports medicine and sleep 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.

2031 Belmont Ave.
Youngstown, OH 44505
330.480.3631
Lauren_Pasquine@mercy.com

The Mercy St. Elizabeth Youngstown Family Medicine Residency Program is a 4-4-4 program located in the heart of Youngstown, OH. The St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital is a tertiary care facility with exceptional medical resources located in a small city with a community hospital feel. We have a Level 1 Trauma Center, and all specialties are well-represented. Our outpatient facility is a large, modern, and newly remodeled space for our program and is a quick three-minute drive from the hospital, making it convenient for residents to provide both inpatient and outpatient care to their continuity patients. The diverse patient population includes urban, suburban, and rural patients who are primarily underserved, and the residency delivers the highest quality care to those who need it most. Youngstown itself is a smaller city within about a one-hour drive to both Cleveland, OH, and Pittsburgh, PA. A low cost of living, little traffic, and multiple recreational opportunities make Youngstown a wonderful place to work.  Many graduates choose to stay and practice in the area, and employment options are plentiful.

Residents learn in a safe environment, with adequate supervision and gradually increasing independence. They enjoy a favorable balance of work and free time, with most call taken from home. All aspects of family medicine are emphasized throughout the residency, so the typical graduate is well prepared for any type of practice.

A highly trained, effective, and compassionate faculty team with diverse interests within family medicine provides the highest quality educational and experiential exposure with individualized teaching to every resident.

The advantages of residency training at Mercy St. Elizabeth Youngstown are many and include:
  • Exceptional teaching staff in both family medicine and specialties
  • Family oriented, nurturing environment
  • Excellent didactics curriculum, which includes procedure workshops in our simulation center
  • Faculty with diverse interests and abilities
  • Reasonable call schedules with excellent work-life balance and excellent benefits
  • Strong commitment to education from the entire institution
  • Opportunities to develop skills in office procedures
  • Diverse patient population with many underserved patients
  • Obstetric experiences including Centering Pregnancy
  • Emphasis on patient education and preventive care
  • Research and scholarly activity opportunities
  • Opportunities to teach medical students and obtain faculty appointments.

If this sounds like the kind of residency for you, contact us at the number or email listed above and please review our website. 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.

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. 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.

477 Cooper Rd., Ste. 300
Westerville, OH 43081
380.898.8714
Madison.Womeldorf@mchs.com

Our mission statement is “Providing holistic patient care through innovative training of quality physicians in a supportive educational environment.”

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 and 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 rooms, 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 patient-centered medical home and has eight 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 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.

All of our faculty are fellowship trained, knowledgeable, friendly, and approachable. Our faculty have presented at national conferences including the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Annual Meeting, the Society of Teachers for Family Medicine conferences, the Residency Program Solutions/Program Directors Workshop for Family Medicine, the Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators, the Association for Hospital Medical Education Institute, and the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors Accreditation Navigation Course. We also have representation on multiple national, regional, and local committees working to help move family medicine forward.

Our core values are 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.

26 Hospital Dr., 2nd Floor
Athens, OH 45701
Mindy.Oehlers@ohiohealth.com

The OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program is a 4-4-4 program located in scenic Athens, OH. Serving the rural populations of southeastern Ohio, O’Bleness Family Medicine is ideally positioned to provide an incredible learning expierence and and to tap into the vast resources of OhioHealth.

The family medicine program has Continued Accreditation and Osteopathic Recognition through the ACGME. As an integral part of the hospital’s patient care, residents rotate in an “unopposed” setting on most hospital rotations and receive one-on-one instruction from passionate attending physician sin a variety of specialities. The program’s diverse patient population includes urban, suburban, and rural patients from surrounding counties and the university, and offers many opportunities not typically available in rural programs, including a specialty pediatric clinic, participation with collegiate sports, and integrated osteopathic musculoskeletal medicine. The hospital is very supportive of the residency and highly respectful of family medicine – a brand new family medicine practice was completed in January of 2021.

If you are looking for osteopathic-focused, comprehensive training in a rural community hospital where you are treated as a member of the family, check out 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.

697 Thomas Ln.
Columbus, OH 43214
614.566.4398

The OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program is located at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, OH. Riverside Family Medicine has an established tradition of excellence and is celebrating 50 years of training family medicine leaders. Scholarship, quality improvement, inclusivity, leadership, and communication skills are intentionally developed during each year of training. Our residents progress from a focus on inpatient care during intern year to broad outpatient experiences as an upper-level resident.

We offer family medicine residents the acuity and variety of a large tertiary care center with an academic focus and multiple medical school affiliations. Residents work in tandem with Riverside’s internal medicine, psychiatry, and OB/GYN residencies to create a robust hospital medicine experience. This maintains a community hospital feel while providing the appreciation for residency culture. Our on-site, standalone family practice center has nearly 20,000 patient visits per year for acute care, chronic care, and specialties within family medicine (including sports medicine, OMT, women’s health procedures, dermatologic skin procedures, MAT, and acupuncture). We also provide robust pediatric care experiences, including an independent newborn nursery service at Riverside Methodist Hospital, inpatient collaboration with Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and NICU experiences. In addition, 27% of our office patient population is under the age of 19!

Residents benefit from a large and experienced residency faculty with broad skill sets and areas of interest. They have advanced training in sports medicine, addiction medicine, academic medicine, medical informatics, public health, and leadership development. Several of our faculty hold leadership roles locally and present nationally on topics of physician well-being, diversity and inclusion, care of the underserved, and faculty development.

All residents participate in community experiences, including our Wellness on Wheels Primary Care mobile unit and in our in-office Food is Health program. Scholarly activity and population health (SAPH) is incorporated in our residency curriculum to give all residents protected time and faculty guidance to complete population health projects that align with their interests and the needs of our patient population. Our program also has ACGME osteopathic recognition, which allows any residents who enters the recognition pathway to graduate with osteopathic distinction.

Riverside Family Medicine is excited to shape the future of family medicine as one of the first 8 programs in the country accepted into the ACGME’s Family Medicine Advancing Innovation in Residency Education (FM-AIRE) program. This allows us additional flexibility in program requirements to offer innovative training pathways. Up to 2 residents per academic year can enter a longitudinal PGY2-PGY4 area of concentration focused on leadership development and academic/teaching preparation, allowing them to get the most of their residency experience!

Upon graduation from the Riverside Family Medicine Residency, you will have the skillset and confidence to be a leader in the field of family medicine, wherever that road may lead you.​ #RFMleads

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.

2145 N. Fairfield Rd. Ste. 100
Beavercreek, OH 45431
937.558.3900
kiri.youngblood@ketteringhealth.org

The Family Medicine Residency at Soin Medical Center is supported by Kettering’s extensive experience in training physicians for more than 50 years. This unopposed program is based at the Indu and Raj Soin Medical Center, a state-of-the-art campus that provides exceptional training opportunities and utilizes progressive curriculum along with experienced faculty to help prepare the next generation of family physicians for success in an ever-changing healthcare environment.

We collaborate with regional and national leaders in pediatric, OB, outpatient, inpatient, and sports medicine – giving our residents an excellent opportunity to learn from the best. Our program has a dedicated Global Health Pathway and a robust POCUS curriculum. We offer full spectrum training with elective opportunities to support individualized learning plans that allow our residents to tailor their educational experience according to their desired future practice. 

We recruit a total of 10 residents per year: eight residents to our core program in Beavercreek, OH, and two residents to our rural pathway based in Jamestown, OH.

If you would like to further your training, Soin Family Medicine also offers two sports medicine fellowship positions, two clinical informatics fellowship positions, and two hospice and palliative care fellowship positions each year.

We would love the opportunity to share more details with you. Please contact Residency Program Administrator Kiri Youngblood with further questions.

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.

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 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, senior elective, or interview. We would like to hear from you. We are accredited by the ACGME.

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.

155 Fifth St. NE
Barberton, OH 44203
800.860.5008
weisendsa@summahealth.org

The Family Medicine Residency Program at Summa Health System – Barberton Campus 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. Our medicine rotations are primary care focused and run by the family medicine residents and family medicine attendings. Our clinic is staffed by seven 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 Akron Children’s Hospital adn obstetric rotations at Summa Akron City Hospital.

The residents receive many benefits including a meal stipend, free parking, 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 has a large variety of specialists and is very supportive of the residency and highly respectful of family medicine.

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.

Family Medicine Residency
55 Arch St., 3A
Akron, OH 44304
800.322.0517
mooreba@summahealth.org

For more than 50 years, over 300 residents have graduated from our program. Family Medicine education at Summa has a rich history and a vibrant future. Summa Health System – Akron Campus Family Medicine Residency Program takes great pride in the fact that, over the years, students and team members regularly describe the environment here as positive, welcoming, friendly, and collaborative.

We are adapting to the changing healthcare environment and the needs of our resident learners with exciting positive changes in curricular offerings and clinical operations. Our well-balanced curriculum maintains the flexibility to train you for virtually any primary care setting. Learn and practice in a fully integrated model of care as part of a patient-centered medical home clinic that includes behavioral health services, addiction treatment, home visits, and complex care coordination. Other curricular offerings include longitudinal experiences in practice management, communication, wellness, leadership, efficient EMR documentation, safety, and process and quality improvement.

We are an osteopathic-recognized program with eight residents per class and 14 core faculty. Our faculty members are committed to family medicine education and skilled in teaching organic medicine, procedures, behavioral science, primary care research, and practice management. We also have an academic track for residents interested in teaching and learning more about the best ways to educate and evaluate learners.

Residents may tailor their training to meet unique interests in areas such as sports medicine, palliative care, geriatrics, and women’s health. Residents enjoy complete acceptance in the hospital and the community. They are treated with respect on all of their rotations and serve as equals to their colleagues in other specialties. Training here provides you with the best of both worlds: exposure to hands-on, high-volume patient care using the most advanced technology, and being on a first-name basis with many of your supervising attending physicians. At Summa, you truly are part of a family.

When you graduate from our program, you will be well prepared for whatever lies ahead — just ask our graduates! To sum it all up – family medicine is thriving at Summa’s Akron campus and we invite you to come and 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.

2123 Auburn Ave., Ste. 340
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513.588.5630
Holly Hargraves

The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency Program is nationally known for longitudinal training in global/underserved healthcare and committed to caring for underserved populations abroad and in the United States. Our program has been successfully training family physicians for nearly 50 years! We believe that all family physicians need to be prepared to practice in any setting and to care for individuals of any ethnic or socioeconomic background.

We are based at The Christ Hospital, a 550-bed community hospital. Family medicine faculty teach a full range of inpatient adult medicine at The Christ Hospital. During the obstetrics experience at The Christ Hospital, residents work on a family medicine run service and will have the opportunity to work closely with family physicians, obstetricians, maternal/fetal medicine specialists, nurse midwives, 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 & World Report) for training in emergency care, intensive care, newborn care, and subspecialty clinics. Pediatric rotations are at one of the nation’s most renowned hospitals, the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, which is ranked first in the nation for pediatrics. Multiple community electives such as addiction medicine, health policy, and family planning are available. Our Family Medicine Center is on the campus with our hospital, and patients are from all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. In addition, residents and faculty work with underserved populations in the community. Residents are encouraged to tailor their training as for their future practice settings and career goals.

Our global health/urban and underserved curriculum provides longitudinal training in working in low resource settings. Residents participate in monthly didactics and fully funded yearly trips to Guatemala. Third-year residents may opt for a funded underserved rotation to a site of their choosing, domestic or international. We offer a five-year combined family medicine/psychiatry program; these resident graduates are eligible for board certification in both specialties.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Please call or email Holly Hargraves 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.

2231 N. High St., Rm. 203
Columbus, OH 43201
614.293.2655
gail.kovachspalsbury@osumc.edu

Mission: To prepare exemplary physicians to comprehensively care for the whole family, serve their community and improve people’s lives through innovation and excellence in scholarship, education and patient care.

Values: CARES

Compassion – We are sensitive to and seek to alleviate the difficulties of others.

Advocacy – We seek to be change agents and will advocate for those who cannot help themselves.

Respect – We respect all people and aim to create an inclusive, welcoming environment.

Equity – We want to lift up those who are under-resourced or minoritized and create true equity in our care of our patients and each other.

Service – As a member of our community, we have an obligation to serve those around us.

The Ohio State University (OSU) Wexner Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program has a nurturing learning environment that allows residents to grow both personally and professionally. Residents enjoy the dedicated teaching of experienced family physicians in the office and on an unopposed inpatient service at a large urban community hospital, while being exposed to cutting edge medicine on specialty rotations at a major academic medical center.

Our university-based family medicine program emphasizes full-spectrum family medicine through specialty rotations at the OSU Wexner Medical Center, a nationally ranked, academic medical center. Our inpatient service at University Hospitals East allows family medicine residents to develop their clinical and technical skills in a supportive environment with dedicated family medicine faculty. Residents follow their continuity patients at one of two clinic sites. The OSU Rardin Family Practice Center is located just north of the OSU campus and serves a diverse patient population, providing care for infants to elderly patients and everywhere in between. OSU Outpatient Care East, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), is located close to University Hospitals East and serves a mostly underrepresented, urban community of Columbus.

In addition to obtaining excellent training to become family physicians, residents interested may also choose additional training in teaching, scholarship, and research, with an option to obtain a tuition discounted post graduate MPH or MBA degree.

We look forward to hearing from you and learning about your career goals!

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.

29000 Center Ridge Rd.
Westlake, OH 44145
440.827.5784
Kaitlyn.Siegel@UHhospitals.org

The University Hospitals Community Consortium (UHCC) Family Medicine Residency Program at St. John Medical Center is a community-based, university affiliated residency program.

Our ACGME-accredited residency program delivers both a rigorous and rewarding training program for aspiring family physicians. Our three year program combines inpatient and outpatient experiences providing a diverse and rich experience for our residents. Our curriculum allows for flexibility, giving each resident the opportunity to tailor their training to their future practice and interests, while providing a high quality educational experience. We commit to not only providing excellent and compassionate care to our patients, but also to taking care of one another by providing our residents with resources, support, and ample time to live their lives outside of residency. We pride ourselves on the strong relationships and supportive environment that our residents have with faculty, staff, and residents of other specialties here at the UH St. John Medical Center. As part of UHCC, our residents are exposed to additional teaching environments and benefit from relationships with residents outside of our home hospital.

Our state-of-the-art family medicine practice has 14 exam rooms and a separate testing room. There is also a radiology suite, lab, and urgent care on the premises which allows our patients to receive quality and convenient care under one roof. At the family medicine clinic, residents see their own panel of patients under the guidance of our faculty. There is a large population of patients which allows each resident to see a consistent variance in patient demographics, diagnoses, and procedures.

Residents of the family medicine program gain experience in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. They also participate in formal teaching in the nursing home setting and have opportunities to participate in community outreach events/programs throughout the year. This comprehensive approach allows our residents to further enhance their training and practice of medicine while also shaping them to become better physicians.

Our program holds didactic every Wednesday morning from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Regular topics include faculty-led lectures on various topics, journal club, board review, education from allied health professionals, and procedure trainings. We also hold monthly balint groups, OMT-related clinics/lectures, ultrasound clinic, and quarterly simulation labs.

Residents often have opportunities to interact and teach medical students and interns in the clinic and hospital settings.

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.

13207 Ravenna Rd.
Chardon, OH 44204
440.585.6553
donna.ayres@uhhospitals.org

The University Hospitals (UH) Geauga Medical Center Residency Program is a community-based, university affiliated residency program.

The UH Geauga Family Medicine program is a three-year program open to 12 residents in a 4-4-4 structure and has full ACGME accreditation. The family medicine residents obtain experience in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. The UH Geauga Family Medicine Residency Program has multiple rotations within the system to provide experiences in ambulatory pediatrics, inpatient pediatrics, behavioral medicine, community medicine, and longitudinal geriatrics.

An enhanced feature of our program is training in our UH critical access hospitals, which includes pediatric training at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital for rotations in inpatient pediatric medicine, newborn nursery, and pediatric emergency medicine.

A unique aspect of our family medicine program is that we offer and pay for an online integrative medicine fellowship though the University of Arizona. The fellowship is completed during the 2nd and 3rd year of residency.

Our family medicine program has a strong integration of neuromusculoskeletal medicine/osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMM) in all training years, including quarterly OMM hands on conferences with several osteopathic faculty members.

The family medicine program provides resident opportunities for individualized areas of concentration utilizing all UH system training sites. Our comprehensive approach allows the residents the flexibility to be prepared for any family medicine setting or to move on to fellowships. The residents have the ability to design their electives to enhance their professional interests and future goals while still attaining a quality education.

The program features a vital research component and incorporates many scholarly activities including osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) research projects and case presentations

We have two family medicine clinics where the residents develop their own panel of patients with faculty supervision.

We have dedicated didactics on Wednesday afternoon that includes faculty led lectures, Board review, journal club, and two skills lab each year. .

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.

7700 University Ct.
West Chester, OH 45069

Welcome to the University of Cincinnati (UC) Family Medicine Residency Program at West Chester Hospital.

We are a new 6-6-6 program and will accept our first class of residents in July 2023. Although our program is new, the UC Department of Family and Community Medicine has a rich history of fellow, resident, and medical student training. We will be the first graduate medical education (residency) program at West Chester Hospital.

The University of Cincinnati opened West Chester Hospital in 2012 to serve as a community hospital in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati as well as the nearby small cities of Hamilton and Middletown and the surrounding more rural areas. We are about equidistants between Cincinnati and Dayton.

West Chester Hospital is a 150 bed, full-service hospital including OB, ICU, ER, and newborn care. We are thrilled to partner with Cincinnati Children’s Hopsital Medical Center (CCHMC), one of the top pediatric hospitals in the nation! Our residents will complete their inpatient peds, pediatric emergency medicine, and peds specialty rotations at the CCHMC’s Liberty Campus, less than 3 miles from the West Chester Hospital.

West Chester Hospital and CCHMC Liberty are staffed by UC and CCHMC faculty. This gives us all the benefits of a community program with the resources and expertise of a university department. Our Family Medicine Practice (FMP), West Chester Hospital, CCHMC Liberty Campus, and our specialty outpatient clinics are integrated into this community. Most residency rotations are walking distance or a short drive from the FMP.

We recently opened our new FMP for the faculty/resident practice. It is a newly renovated space designed specifically for resident education and we are quite proud of it!

Our curriculum emphasizes community medicine, inclusion, and diversity, and to that end we have partners including Primary Health Solutions (an FQHC and school based health center in Hamilton, OH), Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio, Butler County Department of Health, Heritage Springs (a skilled nursing and extended care facility), and the Barrington Assisted Living Center.

Being a part of the UC Department of Family Medicine also allows the residents to take advantage of our large and diverse faculty and services, including our Research Division; Integrative Health Division; Student Health Services; Geriatric Division; and Urban, Underserved, and Global Health Division. We are excited to collaborate with our department’s sibling program, the long-standing Christ Hospital-UC Family Medicine Program. Our FMP also hosts and teaches UC College of Medicine medical students throughout their four years of training.

We look forward to meeting you and discussing our program in further detail.

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.

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 a community hospital 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. We recently increased our residency compliment to a 6-6-6 program

Our three-year program prepares residents for the unique challenges and rewards faced by today’s family physicians, both in the inpatient and outpatient settings.  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 a practice management and a behavioral science curriculum to better prepare you for the demands of a family practice. In addition, electives offered over the three years enable you to explore areas of interest or to strengthen your clinical knowledge and skill base.

Osteopathic Recognition – The University of Toledo Family Medicine Residency also offers the option of ACGME Osteopathic Recognition to qualified residents. Residents entering the program with a Doctor of Osteopathy degree are considered for Osteopathic Recognition.  Experienced osteopathic faculty provide both outpatient and inpatient training in osteopathic principles and manipulative techniques. Further reinforcement of the osteopathic approach is provided through our regular journal club, weekly didactics, hands-on workshops, and osteopathic focused scholarly activities. All faculty within our Department of Family Medicine embrace the holistic principles of osteopathic medicine making The University of Toledo Family Medicine Residency and The University of Toledo Medical Center an excellent destination to continue your training in osteopathic medicine.

Lifestyle Medicine – Lifestyle Medicine is a medical specialty that uses therapeutic lifestyle interventions as a primary modality to treat chronic conditions including, but not limited to, cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Lifestyle medicine-certified clinicians are trained to apply evidence-based, whole person, prescriptive lifestyle change to treat and, when used intensively, often reverse such conditions. Applying the six pillars of lifestyle medicine – a whole-food, plant-predominant eating pattern, physical activity, restorative sleep, stress management, avoidance of risky substances, and positive social connections – also provides effective prevention for these conditions.

We have a diverse faculty composed of faculty members from The University of Toledo Department of Family Medicine who are committed to providing residents with an outstanding education in family medicine, and strive to create a supportive, family-friendly learning environment.

In addition to our Family Medicine Practice, our location also houses radiology, a lab, and a pharmacy, which allows patients to receive quality and convenient care under one roof.

Residents also have scheduled time throughout the year in our state-of-the-art Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center which houses a virtual immersive reality center, an advanced clinical simulation center, and a progressive anatomy and surgical skills center.

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, Cedar Point amusement park, 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.

Family Medicine Center
1350 E. Market St.
Warren, OH 44483

The Western Reserve Health Education Family Medicine Residency Program at Trumbull Regional Medical Center is a 6-6-6 program located in Youngstown/Warren, OH, which sits in the northeast corner of the state approximately 10 minutes from the Ohio/Pennsylvania line. We are about one hour east of Cleveland, OH, and one hour west of Pittsburgh, PA. We specialize in training very well-rounded family physicians equipped to practice primary care medicine in any setting including one that requires a significant procedural skill set. Our program has a long and rich history having been in existence for more than four decades and our current program director has been in place since 2011. In addition, our faculty is comprised entirely of former graduates of the program. Our residents enjoy a wide demographic of patients including multiple ethnic backgrounds as well as care that spans from the womb to end-of-life. The training includes thorough experiences in both the inpatient and outpatient settings and our curriculum is designed to provide for the development of superior medical knowledge as evidenced by our 100% board passage rate dating back to 2016. We allow our residents a great deal of autonomy to pursue their specific desires within the realm of primary care, especially those interested in a fellowship. We are very proud of the fact that every resident we’ve graduated since 2011 who has desired fellowship training has acquired a spot in either their first or second choice. We have two outpatient facilities where our residents see patients. One free-standing facility on the north side of Youngstown and the other located on the first floor of the hospital serving the city of Warren.

Our residents enjoy the luxury of training in an extremely nurturing environment from individuals who completed the same program and chose to stay and practice in the area as well as assist future graduates in pursuing their career endeavors. The Youngstown/Warren area offers multiple benefits including a low cost of living as well as the largest metropolitan park in the United States, Mill Creek Park, which encompasses approximately 4,400 acres and has three major lakes, 36 holes of golf, a spectacular rose garden, numerous pavilions, look out benches, hiking trails, boating facilities, a magnificent steel bridge, etc. The proximity to Cleveland and Pittsburgh also provides residents the advantages of two big cities within one hour of our location including amazing restaurants, museums, theater districts showing Broadway plays, professional sporting events, major airports, etc.

If you would like to learn more about the opportunity to join our team or would like to do a senior elective with us, please contact our coordinator, Delania Statler, or call 330.759.5475.

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.

1900 23rd St.
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

Western Reserve Hospital is Northeast Ohio’s only physician-owned, for-profit, full service hospital. The hospital is a majority physician-owned joint venture of Western Reserve Hospital Partners, which represents a collaboration of more 200 physicians, including primary care physicians, surgeons and specialists.

The Western Reserve Hospital Family Medicine Residency, established in 1978, is a 3-year, real world, outpatient focused program following the requirements as set forth by ACGME program requirements. We have university affiliations with the Northeastern Ohio Medical University, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. The clinical rotations are inpatient and hospital focused in year 1, with continuity experience 1 day per week. During years 2 and 3, the rotations are mainly outpatient and office based with 2 days of continuity care per week. Call coverage is done from home on a weekly schedule, averaging to be one week on call every 2 months.

Educational activities and planning are dynamic, high quality, resident-driven activities to meet the ever-changing needs of the program. There is a 12-month curriculum designed to encompass all disciplines and provide didactics from a variety of sources. Residents have protected time 1/2 day weekly for topic discussions, board review, osteopathic manipulative medicine skills sessions, and journal club.

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.

2261 Philadelphia Dr.
Dayton, OH 45406
937.275.2792
family_practice@premierhealth.com

The Wright State University (WSU) Family Medicine Residency Program leads the way in innovation in education. We celebrate a long-standing commitment to community-based care and advocacy, and we put residents first in nurturing their wellness, personal growth, and leadership development.

Here is a sampling of what makes our residency exceptional:
  • Comprehensive family medicine training in an urban setting with onsite substance-use counselors, social workers, community health workers, and pharmacists.  We also have our own in-house pharmacy.
  • Innovative outpatient care strategies including centering pregnancy group-based prenatal care, a dedicated refugee care clinic, and school-based care.
  • Unique procedural training that includes cadaver-based experiences for all residents twice per year.
  • Second-to-none pediatrics training including inpatient and pediatric emergency department rotations at Dayton Children’s Hospital.  We also have a very large outpatient pediatric population at our family health center.
  • Fantastic scholarly and teaching opportunities within the WSU Department of Family Medicine—perfect for residents interested in academic medicine!
  • Active urban, underserved outreach opportunities including school-based medical care, homeless care, substance use care, and junior high and high school mentoring.
  • Family medicine inpatient service within an award-winning medical center.  All of your adult inpatient call is with your family medicine colleagues.
  • Longitudinal resident leadership curriculum with opportunity and faculty support to start  an MPH or MBA during residency.
  • Longitudinal wellness and resiliency training that includes “Tending the Flame” during the R2 year (similar to “Healer’s Art” for medical students).

Our faculty are kind, supportive, and engaged with expertise in sports medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychology, geriatrics, hospitalist medicine, global health, refugee care, procedural training, gender affirming hormone therapy, medically-assisted treatment, and pharmacology.

Recent graduates of our program are highly recruited and highly successful in varied settings—suburban private practice, urban private practice, hospitalist medicine, academic medicine, sports medicine fellowship, hospice and palliative care fellowship, and medical leadership at the 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.

5735  Meeker Rd.
Greenville, OH 45331

The Wright State University (WSU) Rural Family Medicine Residency Program will be a 1+2 Rural Training Pathway (RTP). Resident rotations in the first year will be in Dayton, OH, with WSU’s established Family Medicine Residency Program, and rotations in the second and third years will be in Greenville, OH, in rural Darke County, located an hour from Dayton. This model gives residents robust clinical experiences in an urban area that are difficult to replicate in a rural area, such as inpatient pediatrics, while still providing the majority of the training in a rural community, hospital, and clinic. The WSU Rural Family Medicine Program is ACGME accredited.

Our mission is clear. We will train family physicians in a small-town, supportive setting that emphasizes one-on-one mentorship and forges lasting relationships with patients, faculty, and the 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.



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