The Jewish Hospital
The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health is the oldest Jewish hospital in the country, established in 1850, later becoming a part of Mercy Health in 2010. In 2012, The Jewish Hospital was named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® in the category of teaching hospitals by Solucient® for its educational programs. With an advanced Breast Center and a state-of-the-art patient tower housing Orthopedics and Neurosurgery, the ICU, leading Blood Cancer Center, Outpatient Surgery and Emergency Care, our residents are able to be train alongside top-of-their-field medical experts to learn and develop speciatly care.
Our commitment to Graduate Medical Education (GME) at The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health is one of the core components of this hospital's mission. Faculty and administration teams work to provide residents with the highest quality education to give patient care in the safest environment. Academic excellence, scholarship, research and professional leadership is fostered in helping our students, residents and staff achieve and advance their clinical skills.
Continued Accreditation by ACGME
The Jewish Hospital—Mercy Health
Graduate Medical Education Office
4777 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Regional Director, Graduate Medical Education
Imran Naqvi, MD, FACP
Designated Institutional Official
At Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital, we've been proudly serving Butler County and northern Cincinnati for nearly 40 years with cutting-edge, nationally ranked, top health care services. We hold a Magnet® recognition along with several other best-in-class awards.
With a diverse and highly qualified medical staff, residents will receive exposure to specialty areas including Surgery, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine and more. Our medical education program is just getting off the ground with a new pharmacy program, supported and managed by a pharmacy staff dedicated to advancing your pharmaceutical career.