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Department of

Department of Internal Medicine

Residency Programs

Clinical Sites & Training

Clinical Sites - University of Cincinnati Medical Center

University of Cincinnati Medical Center/UC Health was the first hospital in the United States founded primarily for teaching purposes and today provides the region, nation and the world with high-quality, compassionate, cutting-edge care, research and education.

University of Cincinnati Medical Center has been named one of the Top 15 Teaching Hospitals in the U.S. by Solucient, has won many awards, and is continually listed of "America's Best Hospitals" by U.S. News and World Report.

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 residents train at one of the best VA hospitals in the country.  The mission of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center is to honor America's Veterans by providing exceptional health care that is patient centered, evidence based with a focus on quality and safety - delivered by engaged, collaborative teams in an integrated environment that supports learning, discovery and continuous improvement. 

We have designed our call systems and work flow to maximize innovation, empowerment, productivity, and continuous improvement. Working together, we provide high quality health care in an inter-professional team based manner.  Residents spend time on the general medicine inpatient wards, consultative services, subspecialty clinics, and in the intensive care unit at the VA.

Unique learning opportunities at the VA include point of care ultrasonography, procedural and code simulation, resiliency activities, 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.  The VA has specialized services such as hospital-in-home, home based primary care, an on-site skilled nursing facility, and a strong palliative care program. In addition, the Cincinnati VA Medical Center is the headquarters for the national Tele-ICU program. This service greatly enhances the care delivered in the Medical and Surgical Intensive care units. 

We pride ourselves knowing that we serve those who have served us. It’s our turn to help, to listen, learn, and grow. Come join us.

Anna Wehryedited

More Information

Program Coordinator
Liz Bauke
ucintmed@uc.edu