Our healthcare providers are all licensed health care professionals including:
The Internal Medicine Physician group has a Residency Based Program associated with Good Samaritan Hospital. These residents are assigned to patients for consistency of care.
Of the more than 6,000 hospitals in the United States, only about six percent are teaching hospitals. Why are teaching hospitals important? They improve health by discovering tomorrow’s cures, helping transform care, and by educating the next generation of physicians and nurses. They are a vital part of Cincinnati’s health care safety net, providing uncompensated care to tens of thousands of uninsured residents every year.
At TriHealth, we encourage and support initiatives that help our physicians, nurses, researchers and other health professionals share their knowledge and skills across the community to make our region a healthier place to live.
TriHealth’s tradition of medical education began at Good Samaritan Hospital in 1858 and at Bethesda Hospital in 1947. Today that work continues through our comprehensive fellowship and residency programs, which have graduated more over 300 residents and fellows over the past decade