Medical Residency Program

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Program Overview

Ohio Valley Medical Center's Graduate medical Education program offers two residency tracks - internal medicine and emergency medicine. Our Internal Medicine curriculum includes inpatient rotations balanced by rotations with physicians in their offices. Our Emergency Medicine residency is unopposed so our residents have ample opportunity to gain valuable procedural experience. In addition to the appropriate majority of time in our Emergency Department, our residents complete relevant rotations on inpatient services as well as out-rotations nationally and regionally renown quaternary and tertiary care facilities.  

 

Medical Student Electives

Students may choose to participate in various offered electives including emergency medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, general surgery, cardiology, gastroenterology, infections diseases, hematology/oncology, nephrology, pulmonary disease, pediatrics, endocrinology/metabolism studies, allergy and immunology as well as anesthesia. Electives are offered on a space available basis and preference is given to residents. Not every elective is available every block. 

 

Program Benefits

  • Hospital provided scrubs and white coats
  • Hospitalization, physician coverage and major medical insurance programs and options
  • Hospital discounts
  • Worker's compensation
  • Tax-sheltered annuity
  • Free parking
  • Malpractice insurance
  • 10 paid vacation days for residents and interns
  • 3 sick days for residents and interns
  • 6 holidays for residents and interns
  • 5 CME days for PGY II-IV
  • CME reimbursement
  • AOA dues reimbursement
  • ACOEP membership (EM Program Only)
  • EMRA membership (EM Program Only)
  • ACEP membership (EM Program Only)

 

Get In Touch With Us

For more information on any of the residency programs offered by the graduate medical education department, please contact Shelley Trouten at  304-234-1728 or at strouten@ovrh.org