Comprehensive care for adults, children and the elderly

General internal medicine practitioners are trained to provide comprehensive primary care services to adults in an outpatient setting as well as to hospitalized patients suffering from a broad range of ailments. Many of our practitioners are also board certified in pediatrics and some in geriatrics. We manage chronic health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and developmental disorders, treat acute illness like respiratory infections and joint pain and provide preventive health care with the goal of preventing illnesses before they start.

Our aim is to develop long-term healing relationships with our patients and help them navigate their care within a complex medical system. Our healthcare team is composed of board certified physicians of internal medicine, geriatrics and pediatrics, as well as nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, registered nurses, medical assistants and many skilled support staff. Within our rich academic environment, we dedicate ourselves each day to providing the best care to our patients, the best education to our students and are proud to be advocates and mentors for tomorrow’s physicians.

Our initiatives and recent highlights

Division of General Internal Medicine and the Department of Family Medicine are leading the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program on behalf of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Find out how the CPC+ program will improve the quality of care and patient experience.

General Internal Medicine physicians and staff are developing and implementing a care model designed to support prevention of cardiovascular disease. Learn more about General Internal Medicine's role in this national heart health initiative.

The Division of General Internal Medicine has long been home to outstanding faculty who are driving innovations in medicine. Read about the recent accomplishments of our faculty. Specialty Programs

Specialty Programs

Transitional Care for Young Adults with Childhood Conditions

Ohio State provides medical care and social support services to adolescents and young adults with chronic childhood conditions who are transitioning from pediatric to adult care.

Learn more about the program

Watch helpful training videos for medical professionals treating patients diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.

Pediatric Services at OSU

Internal medicine/pediatrics trained physicians have completed dual board certification requirements and are fully credentialed to care for both adult and pediatric patients.

Pediatrics is a medical specialty concerned entirely with providing the best possible evidence-based medical care to infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatricians act also as a family's best first source of information on normal development, on detection and early treatment of medical and behavioral problems in childhood and adolescence, and on preventive care in childhood.

Pediatricians are trained to provide up-to-date and relevant information on vaccines and side effects, on nutrition and growth, on family dynamics and school problems, and on a host of other issues that may be problematic to parents and children. They serve as a family's link to the many medical subspecialties and services offered at Nationwide Children's Hospital and throughout the nation.

Internal Medicine and Pediatric Clinics:

General Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Grandview Yard

General Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Hilliard

Outpatient Care Lewis Center
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