The Ohio State University
Internal Medicine Residency
Primary Care Track
Check out Pictures from the 1st Annual Primary Care Track Career Day!
To strengthen the workforce of culturally competent primary care physicians practicing high quality primary and preventive care for underserved, uninsured, and underinsured populations throughout Central Ohio and the United States.
Working as a team through innovative health care delivery, education, research, and leadership, we hope to shape the future of primary care by improving access to quality health care, improving health outcomes, and eliminating racial, gender, and socioeconomic health care disparities.
Integrity. Teamwork. Innovation. Excellence. Leadership.
What does the OSU Primary Care Track offer residents with commitment to becoming Primary Care Practitioners?
- 50% of training is dedicated to outpatient medicine
- Dedicated focus to primary care in clinic – Continuity Practice Blocks every other month throughout 3 years of training
- New community based, inner-city practice setting staffed by OSU IM faculty preceptors at CarePoint East
- Inpatient training at four major hospitals (University Hospital East, OSU Main, Ross Heart, and James Cancer Hospital) that is integrated with the traditional IM Categorical Track residents
- Maintain the benefits of the traditional Categorical Track’s core conferencing, faculty and resources
- Enhanced outpatient opportunities relevant to Primary Care:
- Primary Care Journal Club
- Advanced Office Based Procedural Training
- Sports Medicine training
- Exposure to Rural Medicine
- Longitudinal Office Based Quality Improvement
- Enriched cultural competency training
- Annual travel to national meetings and visits by recognized speakers
- Primary Care Career Day every spring
- Preparation for options that could lead to support for loan repayment
- Utilization of the latest technology to connect you and your patients
- Make an impact on the Near East Columbus Community – an ethnically and linguistically diverse and medically underserved community where you can make a difference!
- With increasing interest in primary care research and mentorship through the Center for Clinical and Translational Science, the possibilities have become limitless…
As an active program in the Educational Innovations Project (EIP), OSU has lead the way in resident education by providing a unique experience dedicated to outpatient training through innovative models. For additional information please contact the Primary Care Track Director:
Michael Langan, MD FACP
OSU CarePoint East
543 Taylor Ave.
Columbus, OH 43203
Check out this video of Dr. Langan's acceptance of the HRSA Grant on behalf of The Ohio State University Medical Center: