Mercy Health’s Family and Community Medicine Residency at Mercy Health Anderson Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio is an ACGME accredited 3-year Family Medicine Residency program approved to accept eight residents per year. We are a community-based family medicine residency program, where our residents are respected as integral members of the medical staff.
Our program’s faculty have been selected based on their years of academic achievements and excellence in Graduate Medical Education. With our combined knowledge, passion, attitude, and resilience, we created this exemplar program, focusing on evidence-based medicine, value-based care, life-long learning, diversity and inclusion and scholarly production.
We are dedicated to preparing our residents to become highly sought after and respected physicians within the community that they choose to serve. We strive in preparing our residents to become successful family medicine physicians who excel at practicing in a dynamically and rapidly changing health care environment.
Our goal is to graduate exceptionally confident and capable physicians with outstanding clinical experience, medical knowledge, procedural skills, respect, integrity, and passion for our profession. We are committed to providing residents with the opportunities needed to achieve their highest expectations.
Wellness will be on the forefront of our efforts to train capable and compassionate physician leaders. Our rotational opportunities and curriculum have been developed to provide needed experiences for learning but designed to allow work-life balance and leadership to approach the future with resilience and mindfulness.
We are eager for you to see our brand-new renovated office space on the campus of Mercy Anderson Hospital. We have consolidated health care services for our patients and health care education for our professional learners.
Our program aims to include the following:
- Educate and train future family physicians utilizing an innovative curriculum that emphasizes continuity of care across settings, population health, health equity, and advocacy for patients, while delivering value-based and evidence-based care for a diverse patient population.
- Foster collaborations within the community through innovative educational programs, team-based care, bridging of disciplines, specialties, and practice environments; to support the learner’s interests and produce scholarly activities.
- Encourage residents to develop the habit of critical appraisal, to regularly review the quality of care they provide, to evaluate and assimilate evidence from published literature, and to practice evidence-based medicine; preparing our graduates to become leaders in family medicine and to approach their medical practice with academic rigor.
- Commitment to innovation and continual quality improvement through developing residents into successful self-directed learners.
Program Name: Mercy Health - Anderson Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program
ACGME ID number: 1203800001
Accreditation Status: Initial Accreditation
Next Site Visit: May 2022
Length of Training: 3 years
Approved Resident positions: 24, accepts eight residents per year