Today is Thursday, Jun. 29, 2017

Department of

Family and Community Medicine


The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency Program trains family physicians to work with all populations, including vulnerable communities: whether they may live across the world, or in our own back yard. Vulnerable populations are those patients who are economically, politically, culturally, ethnically, geographically or in any way marginalized.

We view health care as a multidisciplinary approach that takes into account all the determinants of health: social, environmental and physical. Our curriculum includes speakers from many disciplines: anthropology, nursing, dentistry, pediatrics, public health and psychiatry.

This framework allows us to address issues which face all populations, and prepares physicians to address health issues in whatever practice setting they find themselves.

Below is a general outline of each year of the program, but individual schedules may be subject to changes.

*Introduction to Family Medicine
1 month
Adult Inpatient Medicine-The Christ Hospital 2 months
October Month (Global Health, Behavioral Medicine, Procedures) 1 month
*Geriatrics 1 month
*Global and Underserved Health with R1 Selective 1 month
*Outpatient Peds Clinics- Fairfield 1 month
*Emergency Medicine-University Hospital (UH) 1 month
ICU TCH 1 month
Newborn-UH 1 month
Maternity Care 1 month
Pediatric Inpatient-Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Med Center (CCHMC) 1 month


*Outpatient Family Medicine Center 1 Month
Adult Inpatient Medicine-TCH 3 months
Maternity Care 1 month
*Global and Underserved Health with Addiction Medicine 1 month
*Elective 1 month
*Cardiology 1 month
*Gynecology 1 month
*Orthopedics 1 1 month
Pediatric ER–CCHMC 1 month
Pediatric Inpatient-CCHMC Liberty Campus 1 month


*Family Medicine Center 1 month
Adult Inpatient Medicine-TCH 2 months
*Electives 2 month
*Surgery-TCH 1 month
*ENT/Ophthalmology 1 month
*Acute Care - Red Bank 1 month
*Orthopedics 2 1 month
*Outpatient Peds - Crossroad 1 month
 *Global and Underserved Health Senior Experience 1 month
*Dermatology 1 month


*May take vacation (up to one week except elective where can take up to 2 weeks). 

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More Information

Family Medicine Program Coordinator
Maggie James

Phone: 513-721-2221 Ext:10
Fax: 513-345-6665