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Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Jeremy Traylor, DO Program Director: Jeremy Traylor, DO
Number of Positions: 19
ACGME Accreditation Status: Initial Accreditation



Mission:
The Grandview EM residency program strives to produce competent, compassionate physicians who have achieved excellence in clinical practice, academic pursuits, and service to their community. Excellent clinical skills will grow from the resident's active involvement in an ED that offers a large and diverse patient population and residency programs in the specialties relevant to EM training. Academic achievement of residents, both in teaching and research, will develop through mentoring by EM faculty. We are committed to creating an environment where the highest standards of emergency medical care are consistently taught, practiced, and monitored. We are determined to focus on important social, ethical, behavioral, and organizational aspects of emergency health care.

2019-2020 Academic Year 6 (PGY1), 4 (PGY2), 3 (PGY3), 3 (PGY4)
2020-2021 Academic Year 6 (PGY1), 6 (PGY2), 4 (PGY3), 3 (PGY4)

The Grandview Emergency Medicine Residency Program is a 3-year program which recruits six residents per year into the program.

  1. Train and retain top-notch graduates in emergency medicine who are highly qualified, competent, compassionate, well-rounded, and ready for career in community-based emergency medicine.

  2. Expand our residency to support the local demand for emergency physicians as Kettering Health Network opens new locations to care for an increasing patient population.

  3. Train physicians who are involved in Quality Improvement and aware of how to conduct research in a community-based setting.
Emergency Medicine Residents will have training at several locations including:
- Grandview Medical Center
- Dayton Children's Medical Center
- Grant Medical Center - Columbus, Ohio
- Brian Mihok, DO, Inc.
- Sycamore Medical Center
- Soin Medical Center
- Southview Medical Center
Residents 2018-2019
Nicholas Elliott, DO
Nicholas Elliott, DO
PGY-4

Joshua Roach, DO
Joshua Roach, DO
PGY-4

Nicole Van Horne, DO
Nicole Van Horne, DO
PGY-4

Siddarth Goyal, DO
Siddarth Goyal, DO
PGY-3

Justin Lake, DO
Justin Lake, DO
PGY-3

Brea Thomas, DO
Brea Thomas, DO
PGY-3

Patrick Finnegan, DO
Patrick Finnegan, DO
PGY-2

Chase Lazenby, DO
Chase Lazenby, DO
PGY-2

Lara Martinez, DO
Lara Martinez, DO
PGY-2

Kaitlyn Slimp, DO
Kaitlyn Slimp, DO
PGY-2

Will Edwards, DO
Will Edwards, DO
PGY-1

TJ Sugg, DO
TJ Sugg, DO
PGY-1

Jake Hedges, DO
Jake Hedges, DO
PGY-1

James Hozalski, DO
James Hozalski, DO
PGY-1

Ariel Strumpf, DO
Ariel Strumpf, DO
PGY-1

Austin Poist, DO
Austin Poist, DO
PGY-1

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS Grandview Medical Center does not support Visas at this time. All applicants for the Grandview Residency programs must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

The program welcomes applications from DO and MD candidates. We prefer applicants with a COMLEX 1 score > or equal to 450 and/or USMLE 1 score > or equal to 220, but we do evaluate each applicant on an individual basis. We only accept applications from candidates that have applied through ERAS.

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Tracy Miller
Medical Education Program Coordinator in Emergency Medicine
Phone: 937-723-3719