Program Director: Greggory Volk DO, FACOI Number of Positions: 18 ACGME Accreditation Status: Continued Accreditation & Initial Osteopathic Recognition
The mission of Grandview Medical Center's Internal Medicine Residency Program is to be the leader in providing the highest quality post-doctoral training available to graduates who desire to practice within the field of ambulatory and/or inpatient internal medicine. We also strive to rigorously train internal medicine residents to develop a thorough knowledge of internal medicine and prepare them for additional training in an internal medicine subspecialty while maintaining a commitment to continued osteopathic training and instruction. It is also our primary interest to graduate highly qualified internists who will provide care to patients, as well as support improvement and development within the Kettering Health Network system.
The program must serve to train and graduate physicians who will represent the profession throughout the United States as leaders in the application of skills related to healthcare delivery systems. These skills will work to enhance the quality of patients' lives and the preservation and restoration of patients' health. This program will also train graduate physicians in business management, information technology and effective communication, culture diversity, and growth of osteopathic principles and management.
Recent alumni have pursued many different avenues of practice, including private practice or hospitalist practice.
Allergy & Immunology fellowship at Larkin Community Hospital
Cardiovascular fellowship within Kettering Health Network
Nephrology Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati
Several of our attendings are alumni of Grandview Medical Center and have completed fellowships in Gastroenterology, Heme/Onc, Nephrology, & Cardiology only to return to be a part of the teaching staff.