Real world experience in an innovative setting

The Division of General Internal Medicine is proud to serve the educational needs of healthcare professionals across the university. We have a history of providing a rich and dynamic clinical learning experience in our clinics and our hospital based services. Each day, trainees from our internal medicine residency and our medical school accompany our faculty into our clinics and inpatient wards. They are provided with mentorship, guidance and encouragement as they hone their clinical skills.

Our clinical teams are comprised of professionals from the College of Pharmacy, the College of Social Work and the College of Nursing. We welcome trainees from each of these colleges as we believe that the future of medical care will require teamwork and coordination across many disciplines.

Internal Medicine Residency – primary care track

The Department of Internal Medicine offers a primary care track within the Internal Medicine Residency Program. The goal of the primary care track at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is to prepare residents for successful careers as clinicians, educators and investigators. The primary care training is dedicated to outpatient medicine, inpatient training at four major hospitals and offers enhanced outpatient opportunities relevant to primary care. 

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Geriatric Fellowship

The Geriatric Fellowship at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a one-year interdisciplinary program with a variety of opportunities for qualified physicians who wish to pursue a career in geriatric medicine in an academic, private practice or longterm care setting. We welcome U.S. trained applicants with family medicine and internal medicine residency backgrounds.

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Faculty Development

The Division of General Internal Medicine conducts regular mini-grand rounds lectures. Lectures occur the first and third Tuesday of every month from 12:15pm-1:00pm via WebEx. Current faculty and staff can access past lectures by logging on to our Faulty Development site. 

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