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Family Medicine Residency Program

James Schoen, DO
James Schoen, DO
Program Director
Grandview Family Medicine Graduate - 2004
Micah Davis, DO
Micah Davis, DO
Grandview Family Medicine Graduate - 2005
Nicklaus Hess, DO
Nicklaus Hess, DO
Grandview Family Medicine Graduate - 2015
Benjamin Rose, DO
Benjamin Rose, DO
Grandview Family Medicine Graduate - 2018

Number of Positions: 15
ACGME Accreditation Status: Continued Accreditation Osteopathic Recognition: Initial Accreditation

Mission:
To provide an innovative Family Medicine training experience that produces future leaders in Family Medicine through diverse quality rotations, didactic excellence, and hands-on patient care.

2019-2020 Academic Year: 5 (PGY-1), 5 (PGY-2), 5 (PGY-3)
2020-2021 Academic Year: 5 (PGY-1), 5 (PGY-2), 5 (PGY-3)

The Family Medicine Residency program at Grandview Medical Center is one that strives for educational excellence. Academic sessions are held each week on a rotating schedule to include lectures, OMM clinic, book review and case study, board review, evidence-based journal review, journal club, and resident forum.

At the Victor J. Cassano, Sr. Community Health Center, the family medicine residents serve as the primary care providers under direct supervision. The Victor J. Cassano Community Health Center opened in August 2003 and is one of the finest primary care teaching facilities in the profession. It offers unsurpassed technology, a superb teaching staff, an innovative curriculum and a design to train osteopathic physicians as primary care leaders in their communities.

Grandview Medical Center is university affiliated with Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM). Flexibility in rotation selection can accommodate individual professional practice goals with diverse clinical opportunities from within the Grandview network as well as from outside rotations.

Osteopathic Excellence
Accomplished physicians affiliated with an award-winning clinic and a National Top 50 Hospital.

Education
Superior training in the incorporation of osteopathic principles and practice into comprehensive patient care through didactics, rotations and patient care.

Innovative Flexibility
Extensive opportunities for residents to tailor their training experience to meet personal goals while achieving competency in the field of Family Medicine.

Block Diagram

Tuesday Didactic Schedule
7:00 a.m. - Noon
Week 1 Chapter Assignment Reading/Presentation (1 hour)
OMT Clinic (4 hours)
Week 2 Chapter Assignment Reading/Presentation (1 hour)
Procedural Skills Lecture and Lab (2 hours)
Osteopathic Skills Book Review and Lab (2 hours)
Week 3 Chapter Assignment Reading/Presentation (1 hour)
Business Book Review (1 hour)
Guest Speaker (2 hours)
Resident Case Presentation (1 hour)
Week 4 Chapter Assignment Reading/Presentation (1 hour)
Monograph, Pediatrics in Review, Specialty Lectures, etc. (2 hours)
Board Review (2 hours)
Week 5
(when applicable)
Chapter Assignments Reading/Presentation (1 hour)
(when applicable) EMR Troubleshooting (1 hour)
Quality Improvement in faculty-led groups (1 hour)
Resident Forum (1 hour)
Additional Education
Monthly
Business of Medicine Lecture (Lunch Hour)
Culinary Medicine Teaching Kitchen (Evening)
Journal Club (Evening)
Training Locations
Family Medicine Residents will train at various locations throughout the Dayton area including but not limited to:
- Grandview Medical Center
- Cassano Health Center: Federally Qualified Heath Center (FQHC)
- Southview Medical Center
- Dayton Children's Hospital
- Kettering Medical Center
- Valley Medical Primary Care
- Weller Health Transitions
- Beavercreek Dermatology
- Orthopedics Associates of Southwest Ohio
- Southwest Ohio ENT Specialists
- Brian Mihok, DO, Inc.: Ophthalmology
- Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders
- Family Medicine Practices: Independent or part of Kettering Physician Network
Conferences
Our PGY-3 Residents attend the ACOFP Annual Convention. And all Family Medicine Residents attend the Family Practice Review and Reunion (www.fprr.org) where they interact with previous Family Medicine graduates and doctors from the surrounding area.

Residents 2019 - 2020

The 2019 graduates of the Grandview Family Medicine residency program are hard at work, with three serving as Primary Care Providers, one doing a Headache Fellowship, and one doing an Addiction Medicine Fellowship.

Applicants may apply via ERAS.

More info regarding the Family Medicine Residency Program is located at:
Freida
AOA Opportunities
Gerri Hoover
Medical Education Program Coordinator in Family Medicine
Phone: 937-723-4107