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About This Program
Established in 1985, The Ohio State University’s combined Internal Medicine and Pediatric Residency Program has a tradition of training excellence. With 10 residents per class, the program ranks in the top quartile of med/peds residencies by size, and it produces a diverse and supportive community of resident physicians. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) and Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) together boast a nation-leading 80+ med/peds-trained faculty representing most divisions within the departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. That robust med/peds presence provides residents ample opportunities for mentorship, as well as exposure to many combined, general and subspecialty career pathways. Nationally ranked, independent, highly specialized care facilities afford residents exposure to state-of-the-art medicine and research. The OSUWMC and NCH serve the combined roles of urban community hospitals, underserved care providers and tertiary referral centers. A free-standing, dedicated, interprofessional Med/Peds Resident Continuity Clinic provides residents an innovative ambulatory training experience.