Welcome to the Internal Medicine Residency Program at The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health in Cincinnati, Ohio. The staff and faculty are committed to providing an exceptional educational experience for our residents and medical students. Our program consist of 46 resident positions, with a board pass rate of 100% and residents who've gone on to complete specialty fellowships at top-tier medical facilities across the country.
Mission StatementThe Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at The Jewish Hospital is involved in educating medical residents in both preliminary and categorical training in Internal Medicine. We strive to educate the residents in the proper evaluation and treatment of patients with common medical problems, as well as educate residents in relationships with other members of the medical team. We work with the residents on proper use of consulting physician and allied health professionals. It is our goal to allow the resident the opportunity to excel in their chosen field whether it be subspecialty training, primary care or hospitalist medicine. We empower the trainee to treat emphasizing continual quality improvement. We continue to stress academic achievement, including research and the pursuit of autonomous clinical excellence.
The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health is the oldest Jewish hospital in the country, having been established in 1850 "for the purpose of alleviating the indigent, poor, sick of the Jewish faith" and to prevent deathbed conversions. It has been a tertiary referring hospital throughout its existence and remains so today. In 1997, the clinical operations of the hospital were moved from the "Pill Hill" location in Avondale to the Northeast suburb of Cincinnati, in Kenwood. The Jewish Hospital became 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. A new breast center opened in August 2013 and new, state-of-the-art patient tower (housing orthopaedics and neurosurgery, ICU, blood cancer care, outpatient surgery and ED) was built in 2016.
Theresa L. Adams