Welcome from the Director of Medical Education

Thank you for exploring Graduate Medical Education at Fairfield Medical Center. We in the GME office are excited to share with you the opportunities for resident and student learning that we believe have the potential to provide a rich exposure to community-focused healthcare. Currently FMC offers residency training in both family and internal medicine as well as a multitude of student rotations in general and specialist patient care. We believe that training at FMC offers “the best of both worlds” by exposing residents and students to the breadth of pathology larger training programs often afford, along with the hands-on experience that rural rotations often afford. This is because FMC is located in proximity to both metropolitan Columbus and rural Appalachian southeast Ohio. Our programs maintain a close relationship with Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and we continue to emphasize osteopathic principles and practice in training. We believe that training at Fairfield Medical Center, by physicians committed to engaged collegial dialogue, as well as professional accountability, yields a practice-ready physician who not only meets competencies, but defines them. We look forward to hearing from you to explore further.

Sincerely,Troy Hampton, DO
Designated Institutional Official

  • Applications and supporting documents must be submitted through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) http://www.aamc.org/students/medstudents/eras
    Please include the following items with your application:
    – ERAS application and Personal Statement
    – Three Letters of recommendation from physicians
    – Office transcript from medical school
    – Medical school Dean’s letter

    ACGME Program Codes

    Family Medicine: 1203800707
    Internal Medicine: 1403800535

    Interviews

    Applications are reviewed as received through ERAS. Those who are selected to interview by our program directors will be sent an interview invitation through ERAS, interviews will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays. This year the interviews will be held both virtual and in person, you will receive instructions from our program coordinators.

    Selection

    Our selection committee determines our final rank lists based on feedback from our interviews and our program directors.

    Osteopathic Resident Eligibility Policy
    Family Medicine Minimum Requirements for Residency Program
    Internal Medicine Minimum Requirements for Residency Program

    Information

    For additional information regarding our application and selection process, please contact
    Office of Graduate Medical Education
    Fairfield Medical Center
    401 N. Ewing Street
    Lancaster, OH 43130
    Phone: 740-687-8651
    Fax: 740-687-8974 – Office Fax
    Email: gradmeded@ruggedswitch.com

    Important Dates

    Applicants may apply to residency programs through ERAS beginning
    September 6, 2023

    Match Registrat​ion Opens
    September 28, 2023

    FMC Interview Dates ​
    September 27, 2023 – February 2024

    Ranking Opens
    February 1, 2024, noon EST

    Rank Order List Certification Deadline
    February 28, 2024, 9 p.m. EST

    Match Week Begins
    March 11, 2024

    Match Day
    March 15, 2024, noon EST

  • Resident Salary and Benefits

    Salary
    PGY 1 – $60,000
    PGY 2 – $63,200
    PGY 3 – $67,000

    Benefit Plans
    Hospital will provide to, or for the benefit of, resident, and resident’s eligible dependents, the following benefits during the term/extended term of this agreement:

    Participation in the retirement, welfare benefit, and other plans including health, vision, dental, life, and disability insurance made available to the employees of Hospital on the same terms as such other employees participate as detailed in the Hospital’s Employee Benefit GuiRede a copy of which will be provided to resident at the time of hospital orientation.

    Lab Coat
    Program will provide two (2) lab coats to the resident.

    Parking
    Parking provided to resident free of charge in the parking garage.

    Resident Responsibility
    Required conference (one in three years)
    Procure laptop & phone (must meet FMC IT requirements)
    POCUS curriculum fee (deducted from first paycheck of the academic year

    Provided by GME
    Training certificate– Once
    State of Ohio medical license – Once
    NEJM knowledge+ (includes all residents) – Annual
    MKSAP/ACP (includes all IM residents) – Annual
    COMLEX III – Once
    Challenger – Annual
    FM Board Exam – Once
    OMT Board Certification – Once
    AOA membership (DOs) – Annual
    AMA membership (MDs) – Annual
    NCH jacket (FM PGY1 only) – Once
    OMM Board review (PGY3 FM only) – Once
    AAFP membership (FM) – Annual
    Epocrates – Annual
    Up-to-date – Annual
    Critical care conference IM interns – Once

     

     

  • Fairfield Medical Center is proud to offer a variety of medical education learning experiences.

    Anesthesiology


    Cardiothoracic Surgery


    Cardiovascular


    Diagnostic Radiology


    Emergency Medicine


    Endocrinology


    Family Medicine


    Gastroenterology


    General Surgery


    Internal Medicine


    Nephrology


    Neurology


    Otorhinolaryngology


    Pathology


    Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation


    Pulmonology


    Rheumatology


    Student Audition Rotations

    We currently offer audition rotations for our Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Programs.

    Please come join us for a 4-week audition and experience all we have to offer first hand, including (but not limited to):

    • 1:1 with attending preceptor and resident
    • Resident-run inpatient service
    • ACGME Osteopathic recognized with monthly OMM didactics for both FM and IM programs
    • No CALL required for students or residents while off service

    For additional information, please reach out to our student coordinators at 740-687-8651. For those who do not have housing readily available, please consider applying for our GME auditioning student stipend here.

    Please return completed form to gradmeded@ruggedswitch.com.

    Please contact Katherine Slykerman or Pam Hicks, our Student Coordinators, for assistance with rotation needs.

    Contact Information

    Katherine Slykerman
    Student Coordinator
    katherinesl@ruggedswitch.com
    740-687-8651

  • Resident paintball outingVolunteer Food PantryVolunteer Park Clean UpResident trainingResident lab work

Current Residents

Amanda Ter Doest, DO
Amanda Ter Doest, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Andrew Gregory, DO
Andrew Gregory, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Brandon Boyd, DO
Brandon Boyd, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Brandon Singh, DO
Brandon Singh, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Ethan Ekstrand, DO
Ethan Ekstrand, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Faizan Haider, MD
Faizan Haider, MD
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Henry McConaha, DO
Henry McConaha, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Imtisaal Waris, DO
Imtisaal Waris, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Jamil Alkhalaf, MD
Jamil Alkhalaf, MD
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
JJ Jones, DO
JJ Jones, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Karl Kuberg, DO
Karl Kuberg, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Kevin Chase, DO
Kevin Chase, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Kristen Shah King, DO
Kristen Shah King, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Moe Israr, MD
Moe Israr, MD
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Nimrah Imam, DO
Nimrah Imam, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Optimum Robinson, DO
Optimum Robinson, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Prithvia Devadas, DO
Prithvia Devadas, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic
Rachel Conaway, DO
Rachel Conaway, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Shawn Long, DO
Shawn Long, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Teju Bolineni, DO
Teju Bolineni, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Tori Horne, DO
Tori Horne, DO
Family Medicine, Residency Clinic
Tyler Worthington, DO
Tyler Worthington, DO
Internal Medicine, Residency Clinic