Thank you for your interest in the St. Bernards Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency Program. We are committed to excellence in training with the utilization of evidence based medicine for diagnostic and treatment options and providing quality patient care.
Our academically rigorous training program and emphasis on clinical practice provides the foundation required for lifelong learning, professional growth and achievement of goals. This ideal training environment enables our graduates to pursue a career in clinical medicine or continue training in a subspecialty of internal medicine.
The Internal Medicine Residency Clinic is now open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12pm - 5pm by appointment only. It is located at 800 S. Church, Suite 202.
Our didactic curriculum includes: daily morning report & Friday lectures, case presentation, attending lectures, grand rounds, morbidity & mortality, tissue and tumor, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) lab and lecture, journal club, resident lecture, research opportunities and an ambulatory care clinic experience.
The SBRMC IM Program, with osteopathic focus, is fully accredited by the AOA. Our program is in the process of applying for Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accreditation.
St. Bernards Medical Center participates and accepts applications through the ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). Twenty Four (24) positions are offered at St. Bernards Medical Center 8 per each year.
Letters of Recommendation: At least three (3) letters of recommendation that attest to your personal qualifications and to your scholastic and clinical ability.
Transcripts/Diploma: A copy of your most recent medical school transcript should be included in your application.
Upon receipt of the completed application, our selection committee will review all materials. Invitations for interviews will be offered via e-mail or phone.
Veryl D. Hodges, D.O., FACOI
Internal Medicine Program Director
Benjamin L. Shaw, D.O., FACOI
Internal Medicine Associate Program Director
Rachel Speer Haddock
Internal Medicine Residency Coordinator