Wheeling Hospital is excited to present an opportunity for you to join our Family Medicine Residency.
The Residency Program was established in 1975, and has graduated more than 200 family medicine physicians. Many former residents are practicing physicians in the area, and some are faculty members providing education to new residents. We also added an Osteopathic Residency where the osteopathic residents train side-by-side with their allopathic colleagues while gaining the additional skills unique to osteopathic medicine. Our program offers a variety of features to help you attain your career goals. It also combines the small town atmosphere with access to cultural, educational, sports and entertainment activities in nearby large cities.
Highlights of the Family Medicine Residency Program
Family Medicine is the only residency program based at Wheeling Hospital, affording residents the opportunity to work directly with primary care physicians and specialists. The Family Medicine Residency is an 8-8-8 program with an Osteopathic-focused education track.
Wheeling Hospital is a 253-bed facility with state-of-the-art programs and equipment.
Flexibility in curriculum design allows four months of electives over the course of the program.
Residents can gain additional experience in areas of interest including: Obstetrics, Sports Medicine, Hospitalist Care, Geriatrics, Long-Term Nursing Care.
The Ambulatory Continuity Clinic is conducted in the Family Medicine Center and uses a team approach. It is designed to parallel practice in a private office setting. Additional ambulatory components occur in affiliated physician offices.
Now is the time to join the Family Medicine Residency at Wheeling Hospital. Our mission, simply stated, is To Teach and To Serve. As we plan for the future, our faculty and administration are enthused about training the next generation of family physicians. The information provided here will give you the foundation of our program. If you are interested in learning more, we would enjoy the opportunity to speak with you and build on that foundation.
E. Robert Marks, MD
Richard Irvin, DO
Director of Osteopathic Education
For More Information contact:
Family Medicine Residency
40 Medical Park, Suite 406
Wheeling, WV 26003