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We are excited about the caliber of young physicians who are training here. 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.
Specialty Residency Programs
Our General Pediatrics Residency is committed to providing the trainee with the comprehensive knowledge base and skills required of pediatricians.
The combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital prepares residents to succeed in care for patients of all ages.
Subspecialty Residency Programs
The Child Neurology Residency trains outstanding clinicians who are prepared to address the needs of children with neurological illness.
The Medical Genetics Residency trains residents to provide the highest level of subspecialty care in this field for patients.
The hospital-based Pediatric Dentistry Residency Program is offered through a partnership between Nationwide Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University College of Dentistry.
The Department of Pharmacy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital trains highly-skilled pharmacists through four pharmacy residency programs.
Established in 1950, the Pediatric Surgery Residency at Nationwide Children's Hospital is regarded among the most prestigious and comprehensive pediatric surgical training programs in the United States.
Advanced Training Residency Programs
The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Sports Physical Therapy Residency allows residents to complete clinical work at state-of-the-art sports and orthopedic physical therapy facilities in the greater Columbus area.
The Nationwide Children's Hospital Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency is an APTA-credentialed, 13-month clinical residency.
The Nationwide Children's Hospital Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency is an APTA-credentialed, 13-month clinical residency.