The Dual Pediatrics Residency Program at Nationwide Children's Hospital is a three-year program that is dual accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
The Dual Pediatrics Residency gives residents the opportunity to train in an osteopathic pediatric training program based at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Particular strengths of the comprehensive dual program include:
The first year of the dual program qualifies as an AOA-approved internship, and graduates of the program are eligible to take both osteopathic and allopathic pediatric specialty board exams. Graduates are eligible for American Board of Pediatrics pediatric fellowships.
Our dual program residents receive outstanding pediatric experiences and training in all of the areas of pediatrics at Nationwide Children's Hospital while continuing to build upon their osteopathic foundation.
Learn about some of the additional programs and experiences that make our residency unique:
Residency training at Nationwide Children's Hospital is fast-paced, high-tech and challenging. Our faculty value and respect our residents and their contributions, and your medical decision-making autonomy will be balanced with caring supervision.
The application of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) in real life practice is important to your education and development. Our pediatricians in training strive to be leaders in our field by providing the highest quality healthcare for patients while preserving our Osteopathic heritage.
Nationwide Children's residency program values a resident's work life and personal time.
The following is a breakdown of resident salaries for 2015-2016:
Accredited U.S. or Canadian medical school graduates can submit their applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). The Dual Program accepts applications in ERAS from July 15-November 4. Interviews are held October through December.
Nationwide Children's Hospital takes pride in the wonderful collegial relationships among its program directors, residents and graduates.
We are excited about the caliber of the young physicians who will begin training with us this year. And we expect great things from them – excellent patient and family focused care, effective communications within our health care teams, important contributions to our community and a drive toward research and education.
The three residency programs at Nationwide Children’s conduct recruitment through Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Every year, our programs interview more than 450 applicants.
We look forward to training these future pediatric practitioners and leaders.
|Pediatrics||Internal Medicine/Pediatrics||Dual Pediatrics|
|Number of Interns||29* (4**)||10||4|
|Total # Medical Schools||23||4||3|
|Total # States||14||7||3|
*1 intern enrolled in combined Pediatrics-Genetics Residency Program; 3 interns enrolled in Pediatrics-Child Neurology Program
**Primary Care Track