St. Vincent Medical Center 

Mercy Health — St. Vincent Medical Center's graduate medical education has earned a regional reputation for excellence and holds Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) continued institutional accreditation. All of our accredited programs are in good standing. Mercy Health is a leading health care system in Northwest Ohio for patient care and quality. We believe our residents are central to our success. Here, you will have a vital role in the future of Mercy Health and in your own career. You will have a voice in your education and be a key part of the patient care team. Best wishes as you advance in your career, and we look forward to hearing from you. Your future starts at Mercy Health!

Our regional Academic Affairs department serves to provide oversight and guidance for all medical education programs at St. Vincent Medical Center. We have a Director of Faculty Development and Educational Metrics, who is focused on developing program offerings designed to enhance the teaching skills of our faculty and senior residents. We support resident research and scholarly activity with a full-time Academic Research Coordinator, library staff and a contracted biostatistician. We are committed to academic excellence and believe in training and graduating competent, compassionate, highly skilled physicians.

St. Vincent Health Science Library, St. Charles Bernard K. Craw Memorial Library and St. Anne Hospital Library make up our regional library services. These libraries provides access to thousands of medical journal titles and textbooks, both electronically and in print. Two of our libraries offer individual study rooms, multimedia rooms with the most up-to-date software, and corrals for quiet study and reading or preparing for lectures, presentations and tests. Libraries are accessible to residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Experienced library staff is available Monday through Friday.

Residents and faculty affiliated with St. Vincent Medical Center residency programs have the opportunity to work with our full-time academic research coordinators, Julie Stausmire, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC and Victoria Calderon, MPH. Their primary responsibility is to facilitate the development, implementation and successful completion of resident-related research projects and scholarly activities. This includes assistance with protocol development, Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission documents, data management and final reports. They are also available to assist with manuscript preparation and poster development.

Program Accreditation

Continued Accreditation by ACGME