Welcome to our residency! 

 

We are excited to introduce you to our full-spectrum family medicine residency. Whether you are looking to work with urban underserved, gain skills to provide care in global settings or pursue a career in academic medicine, the University of Cincinnati/Christ Hospital Family Medicine Residency could be the next step in your medical training.

 

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The Residents

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THE Program

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BRAGGING RIGHTS

Our residents and faculty end up doing a lot! Below is a list of some of the things we are currently bragging about. If you want even more click here to look at the most recent department news letter and here for the most recent research division news

 First place in the Shark Tank for projects designed around smoking cessation.

First place in the Shark Tank for projects designed around smoking cessation.

  Dr. Corey Keeton  giving a clinical vignette presentation to the AMP conference.

Dr. Corey Keeton giving a clinical vignette presentation to the AMP conference.

  • Our FMPs have returned the yearly Association of Medicine and Psychiatry conference where they had 5 poster presentations, one clinical vignette and a global health presentation by first year fellow Dr. Shanna Stryker.

  • The Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics has awarded a “Shark Tank” prize to Dr. Brian Bouchard and Dr. Sarah Hollis for projects to encourage smoking cessation and limiting second-hand smoke exposure. Much like the TV show they “pitched” the idea to the group who chose to “invest” in them!

  • Based on resident and faculty feedback we are focusing on an initiative to increase our community engagement. Our goal is to target the areas of our city where our patients live, work and attend school. You can learn more about our efforts, spearheaded by Dr. Anna Goroncy, by clicking here.

  Dr. Christian Gausvik  continues to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association. After his recent  Brews for Brains  event (which multiple of the other residents were able to attend) he has raised over $25,000 in 2018.

Dr. Christian Gausvik continues to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association. After his recent Brews for Brains event (which multiple of the other residents were able to attend) he has raised over $25,000 in 2018.

 Ohio Army National Guard 1st Lt. Sara Stigler (an intern in our program) holds her 2-month-old son Blaise Carver Maples. Blaise was born the day Stigler was scheduled to graduate from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.  The recent article about her is a must read!

Ohio Army National Guard 1st Lt. Sara Stigler (an intern in our program) holds her 2-month-old son Blaise Carver Maples. Blaise was born the day Stigler was scheduled to graduate from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. The recent article about her is a must read!

  • Our FMC staff could not be more deserving of the SMILES award they received from Christ Hospital for the care they provide not only the the patient mentioned in the video above, but to every patient that walks into the office. We could not do our jobs without them!

  • Dr. Michelle Collier has been selected to be a keynote speaker at the 21st Century Academic Forum held annually at Harvard University. She will present on positive psychological skills in medical education and creating a supportive learning environment in all stages of medical training.

 Dr. Aruna Puthota is one of the 5 residents in all of UC selected to receive the Gold Humanism and Excellence In Teaching Award. [Editor's Note: I am so proud of her!]

Dr. Aruna Puthota is one of the 5 residents in all of UC selected to receive the Gold Humanism and Excellence In Teaching Award. [Editor's Note: I am so proud of her!]

 We tend to have a good showing at the annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Conference and May 2018 is no different. Our residents are giving presentations and posters and panel discussions... Oh My!

We tend to have a good showing at the annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Conference and May 2018 is no different. Our residents are giving presentations and posters and panel discussions... Oh My!

 Dr. Christian Gausvik received a volunteer award from the Alzheimer's Association. How he manages to raise thousands and be a full time intern... I'll never know!

Dr. Christian Gausvik received a volunteer award from the Alzheimer's Association. How he manages to raise thousands and be a full time intern... I'll never know!

 Dr. Julia Bedard-Thomas with her son at the SNMA national conference talking to future residents at about job-life balance.

Dr. Julia Bedard-Thomas with her son at the SNMA national conference talking to future residents at about job-life balance.

 

 Using the book Dreamland and its historical overview of opiates in America as a backdrop, author Sam Quinones joined a family medicine discussion via Skype to offer his outlook, stressing critical cross-discipline collaboration in communities.

Using the book Dreamland and its historical overview of opiates in America as a backdrop, author Sam Quinones joined a family medicine discussion via Skype to offer his outlook, stressing critical cross-discipline collaboration in communities.

 The Clinic First team introducing the TCHMA mascot in Kansas City. This project seeks to find ways to make clinic the priority in family medicine training. For more information  click here.

The Clinic First team introducing the TCHMA mascot in Kansas City. This project seeks to find ways to make clinic the priority in family medicine training. For more information click here.

 On November 28, over 50 regional physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, residents and physician assistants gathered to discuss the opioid epidemic, how it has touched their lives, and what actionable steps can be taken in their practice and communities to move toward a solution.

On November 28, over 50 regional physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, residents and physician assistants gathered to discuss the opioid epidemic, how it has touched their lives, and what actionable steps can be taken in their practice and communities to move toward a solution.

 Dr. Bhattacharyya and Dr. Hartmann presenting on our PFAC

Dr. Bhattacharyya and Dr. Hartmann presenting on our PFAC

 Dr. Rich at NAPCRG

Dr. Rich at NAPCRG

 Dr. Goroncy at NAPCRG in Montreal

Dr. Goroncy at NAPCRG in Montreal