The Ohio State University-Mount Carmel Health Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program offers a comprehensive educational experience that addresses the full spectrum of OB/GYN practice. Residents emerge from the program with competency in a broad range of OB/GYN specialties, as well as significant hands-on experience with a variety of patient populations and practice settings.
Mount Carmel West assignments:
- Labor and Delivery Team: PGY-4, PGY-2 and PGY-1
- Benign Gynecology Team: PGY-4, PGY-3 and PGY-1
- Gynecologic Oncology Team: PGY-4 and PGY-2
- Night Float: PGY-1 and Rotating PGY-3 or PGY-4
- Antepartum: PGY-2
All residents rotate through the Mount Carmel West program two to three months per year, either for four to six weeks at a time through two rotations or for a continuous two to three months.
- Continuity clinics, a requirement, are held Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.
- The ultrasound clinics are attended and supervised by the maternal-fetal medicine staff from OSU. They also supervise the high risk OB clinic.
- Deliveries during the day are supervised by a faculty Generalist.
- Deliveries at night and weekends are supervised by the general OB/GYN staff at Mount Carmel.
- There is a weekly dedicated surgery block for the clinic that is staffed by Dr. Klisovic, one of our staff Generalists.
- We have 4 - 6 medical students rotating through OB/GYN at Mount Carmel at any one time. Our residents, therefore, have an opportunity to teach students from OSU