Medical Education

Overview

Our AOA-approved teaching programs include:

Our teaching programs are noted for:

  • Dynamic Didactics – Includes sub-specialty lectures. View a sample of our GME lecture series
  • Trainees learn & work directly under our Attendings on many rotations
  • Supportive peer group
  • Family friendly schedules
  • Community-based culture
  • Resident Service
  • Resident Education Days (RPAC) – statewide once a month
  • OMM Lectures & Skills
  • Integrated pre-doctoral & post-doctoral programs
  • iPad
  • $1,000 meal allowance
  • Generous educational stipends

Residents also participate in the Challenger curriculum for their respective programs. Challenger is a web-based, online curriculum specially designed for each program by postgraduate level.

Our Graduate Medical Education programs originated in 1999 when the Westshore Osteopathic Foundation and the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine joined with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine to establish our internship and residency training programs. The vision and tireless efforts of Jack J. Brill, D.O. were vital. Dr. Brill was a staunch supporter of osteopathic medicine and medical education at St. John Medical Center.

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