No matter what program or specialty you will spend a lot of time with your co-resident. It is important to get a sense of who you will be working with. We may be biased but we are a really cool group!

 Helping to celebrate birthdays in style!

Helping to celebrate birthdays in style!

 Our resident relay team- sadly we did not beat the faculty that year

Our resident relay team- sadly we did not beat the faculty that year

We take holiday celebrations very seriously becomes sometimes you will be working. It's important to start planning your costume in advance for the annual Halloween party and make sure your charade skills are on point for the winter Fishbowl game. 

 The yearly fishbowl game- our program director loves it!

The yearly fishbowl game- our program director loves it!

 Welcoming the new class (and families) at a local rooftop spot. If you look carefully you can see the hospital in the background

Welcoming the new class (and families) at a local rooftop spot. If you look carefully you can see the hospital in the background

Cincinnati is full of opportunities to have fun. No matter if you want to catch a Reds game, try the newest downtown hotspot or form a relay team to complete in the Flying Pig, you'll find residents willing to explore with you

 The Welcome to Residency Reds game is always a highlight... no matter how the team is doing

The Welcome to Residency Reds game is always a highlight... no matter how the team is doing

 The minions meet Forest Gump + there is candy

The minions meet Forest Gump + there is candy

It's no secret that intern year is tough, and with 7 residents per class you become an strong support system very quickly. This year our first years had regular intern-only dinners... and yes the senior residents were jealous. 

 Our first years during some down time of the global health trip to Guatamala

Our first years during some down time of the global health trip to Guatamala