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Clinical Activities

Geriatric Medicine Program faculty are involved in clinical services established especially for older persons. These services include:

Geriatric Evaluation Center at the VA Medical Center

Our clinical faculty and residents provide care for veterans at the Geriatric Evaluation Center at VAMC in Cincinnati, OH. Our providers lead efforts to provide programs and services in a range of healthcare settings, such as acute care, home care, extended care, purchased home care, hospice and palliative care, and community- and facility-based care. The Geriatric Evaluation Center helps veterans, aged 65 and older, find solutions, whether it's evaluating a veteran's complex medical problems, providing advice on coping with memory loss, or helping a family make decisions about living arrangements.

Long-term Care Teaching Practice

Maple Knoll Village, a non-profit, continuing care retirement community in Springdale, Ohio, is a major teaching site for geriatrics training for UC medical students, residents, and fellows. Since 2012, Maple Knoll Communities has helped prepare a manuscript for tomorrow’s leaders through a formal affiliation with The University of Cincinnati. This affiliation has provided the next generation with hands-on experience that benefits residents and students. Residents and faculty provide ongoing care to residents of Maple Knoll through an on-site physician clinic.

Additional geriatric teaching practices occur at Marjorie P. Lee/Deupree retirement communities in Hyde Park/Oakley, Mt. Notre Dame Health Center in Reading, Bridgeway Pointe in central Cincinnati, and through UC Health and UC Physicians at numerous long-term care facilities throughout the city.


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