Medical Education

On February 2, 2015 the SJMC Graduate Medical Education submitted the Intent to Apply for Institutional Accreditation under the terms of the Single Accreditation System. This begins the timeline for AOA programs to apply for ACGME accreditation.

Combined Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine Residency Program - 5 Year Program

AOA accredited program Recruitment is on hold due to the ACGME transition.

Also four (4) Internal Medicine and (4) Emergency Medicine positions available.

Dr. Filiatraut
Andrew Filiatraut, D.O., FACOI
Dr. Filiatraut Gregory Bloxdorf, D.O., FACOEP/FACEP

Dr. Filiatraut

July 2013 Incoming IM/EM Residents:
Tania Qadir, DO – LECOM
Devin Hale, DO - WVSOM

Dr. Filiatraut

2011 OGME-1 Residents in the
Combined Internal
Medicine/Emergency Medicine &
Emergency Medicine programs

At SJMC, the EM/IM residency does an excellent job of integrating the two specialties into a 5 year program such that the graduates are competent and able to practice in each field of training.” Dee Mortensen, D.O., Chief Resident

Program Features:

  • Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine specialties are combined into a five year residency program
  • Residents attend lectures focusing on both Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine curriculum
  • Current cases presented weekly, residents and attendings review charts, EKGs, ect..
  • Monthly Journal Club
  • Weekly Board Review
  • Tumor Board Conferences
  • Ohio University Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Programs (RPAC) – Statewide Education Days
  • Residents attend Department of Emergency Medicine and Department of Internal Medicine Staff Meetings which focus on topics such as quality assurance reviews and department protocols.

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