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Overview of Residency Tracks

Our program offers two tracks for your professional and personal development.  Additionally, residents within both tracks may elect to pursue an academic focus by earning their MPH or MBA during residency.  Click on each to learn more about each program. ACGME Number 1203821241.

University Track

Our University Track Residents are trained at a wide variety of clinical sites; encompassing inpatient and ambulatory training in both urban and academic settings. Unopposed inpatient services are at a community hospital in an urban setting with the full support of the Wexner Medical Center. Continuity clinic located on the academic campus.




Urban Track

Our Urban Track trains committed family medicine residents to provide high quality, culturally competent health care in urban, multicultural, and lower socioeconomic communities.  Mandatory rotations include: Level I Emergency Medicine, HIV, adolescent medicine and indigent rotations.  Urban residents are required to become certified in ATLS and FCCS.  Continuity clinic located at OSU East Hospital.





Academic Focus

Our Academic Focus provides a unique opportunity for residents in both the University Track and Urban Track to prepare for a career in Academic Family Medicine.  This track focuses on teaching, leadership, research and scholarship and is designed to lead to a post graduate MPH or MBA degree.