Welcome to the Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center Pediatric Residency Program. The Pediatric residency is a 3 year program with initial accreditation by ACGME. We currently are approved to accept 4 new residents per year. Our mission is to provide a diverse experience with evidence based education that prepares residents for today’s challenges in Pediatric Medicine. Our curriculum incorporates the tools and skills to facilitate lifelong learning and development. The diversity of our faculty’s strengths enhance residents’ education. We prepare our residents to provide competent, compassionate care, which is comprehensive and continuous from childhood through adolescence to young adulthood. We maintain our vow and tradition of upholding the sacredness of life, integrity, respect and excellence of service while simultaneously incorporating new technology into our core. This allows us to accept new, innovative ideas and meet the future needs of our profession.
- Our educational program provides focused, in-depth didactic preparation combined with extensive clinical experiences in a high-volume, high-acuity setting, with continuous faculty supervision in a collegial and supportive environment.
- Simulation training is used to enhance the skills of our residents.
- Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center, our base hospital, is a tertiary care facility with a patient population offering a broad range of patient encounters.
- The Emergency Department at Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center is a Level 1 Trauma Center with Pediatric Commitment, one of only two Level 1 facilities in the region.
- During the third year of residency, our residents will do a one month Adolescent rotation at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
In 2016, Mercy Health – Northern Region expanded on its tradition of excellence and established our Pediatric Residency Program at Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center/ Mercy Health Children’s Hospital. Our program offers opportunities for growth while providing the required supervision and mentoring needed to become an excellent pediatrician. Residents have the opportunity to be completely responsible for the care of patients while under direct supervision of attending physicians. Additionally, residents will serve as mentors for medical students and colleagues on a daily basis. There are opportunities for residents to have interactions with fellows in various sub-specialties. Residents will work alongside excellent clinical faculty that have been recognized both locally and nationally as the best in their respective fields.