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Department of

Department of Internal Medicine

Residency Programs

Clinical Sites & Training

Clinical Sites - University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Opening in 1823 as the country’s first teaching hospital, the mission of University of Cincinnati Medical Center was to provide care for the aged, indigent and orphaned.

Today, this mission continues. University of Cincinnati Medical Center has an international reputation, bringing thousands of people, from the region and around the world, to Cincinnati to receive care from world-renowned physicians in state-of-the-art medical facilities.

Many physicians at University of Cincinnati Medical Center are also faculty physicians at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, one of the top 50 medical schools in the country.

These physicians have access to the latest technological procedures and clinical trial medications, ensuring the best quality of care for our patients. This tradition of excellence consistently places it among the nation’s best in the prestigious U.S. News & World Report annual guide to “America’s Best Hospitals.” For a listing of recent awards won by the medical center, click here.

University of Cincinnati Medical Center is currently home to more than 500 residents and fellows in more than 60 training programs.

This an exciting time as we have captured a significant and increasing market share in Cincinnati, and are expanding to meet the need.

To read more about University Hospital, click here, and for UC Health, click here.

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Clinical Sites - VA Medical Center

Our VA Medical Center is a 5 star hospital and was recently ranked 9th in the nation out of 125 VA facilities.

You will work in collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery, and continuous improvement. You will spend time on the general medicine inpatient wards, consulting services, subspecialty clinics, and in the intensive care unit at the VA.

Unique learning opportunities in the Medicine department at the VA include point of care ultrasonography with daily bedside rounds facilitated by trained providers, a robust procedural and code simulation lab, multidisciplinary bedside and discharge rounds, quality improvement projects, research opportunities with access to the largest patient care database in the world, and a committed group of academic medicine attendings.

Additionally the Cincinnati VAMC has specialized services catered to patient needs such as hospital-in-home, home based primary care, an on-site skilled nursing facility, and a strong palliative care and geriatrics program.

The Cincinnati VAMC is also the headquarters for the national Tele-ICU program. Combined these services form the foundation for a medical center that strives to provide the best possible care to veterans while maintaining the flexibility to evolve to the updated and changing landscapes of the healthcare environment.

We pride ourselves knowing that we serve those who have served us.

Anna Wehryedited

More Information

Program Manager
Liz Bauke
ucintmed@uc.edu