Program Overview

The South Pointe Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program is one of our institution's oldest and distinguished Programs. It is a three-year program accredited by ACGME with Osteopathic Recognition. Cleveland Clinic Main Campus is our Sponsoring Institution.

Since 1959, we have developed a program built on the application of osteopathic principles and practice. The program uses an evidence-based approach to educate our trainees. We foster an individualized, personal, and patient-centered approach to healthcare. We emphasize the biologic, social, and emotional components of wellness, along with their effects on disease processes.

The resident learns an interdisciplinary team approach to the delivery of healthcare. We provide appropriate exposure to procedures and the opportunity to interpret recommended studies. We incorporate the ACGME Core Competencies into each aspect of the program to ensure the graduation of a well-trained general osteopathic internist.

The residents staff a Primary Care Residency Continuity Clinic, where they are the “attending” physician for a panel of patients throughout their three Program years.

Rotations are scheduled in two or four-week blocks and take place in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.

Residents must maintain ACLS and BLS certifications throughout their residency.

Please see the audition rotation tab to apply for a 2-week audition rotation.

If you have any questions regarding the South Pointe Internal Medicine program, please contact: Katherine Westbrook, DO, Co-Chief Resident at [email protected] or Nathan Reynolds, DO, Co-Chief at [email protected]



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