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Osteopathic Medicine in Downers Grove


The Internal Medicine Residency Program, of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, is an AOA-approved training program dedicated to educating the resident in the broad field of general internal medicine. We strive to provide the highest quality training and offer superior educational opportunities in both the clinical setting and didactic programs. Our program offers:

Clinical Chair: Glenn Nordehn, D.O.

Program Director: Rizwan Moinuddin, D.O.
AOA Approved/Funded Positions: 22
Months of elective rotations: 2

Mission

The Department of Internal Medicine educates osteopathic internal medicine residents to provide the highest quality, compassionate care; promotes the practice of osteopathic internal medicine; and encourages lifelong learning, research and service.

Hospital Facilities

St. James Hospital and Health Centers
20201 South Crawford Avenue
Olympia Fields, Illinois 60461
www.stjameshospital.org

Operating beds: 430
Average bed census: 241
Recently rated among the most innovative and the most wireless healthcare facilities in the United States, uses Physicians Portal, Horizon Patient Folder, and PAC

Affiliate Sites

Resurrection Medical Center
7435 Talcott Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60631
www.reshealth.org

A 434-bed hospital located near O'Hare Airport, Resurrection Medical Center is a comprehensive modern health care provider with state-of-the-art facilities and services, including an Outpatient Services Center, an expansive Radiology and Imaging Center, and a Professional Office Building. Resurrection Medical Center offers a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic services, including open-heart surgery, advanced cancer treatment, single-room maternity care, and an outstanding continuum of rehabilitation services.

Swedish Covenant Hospital
5145 N. California
Chicago, Illinois 60625
www.schosp.org

Swedish Covenant Hospital is a 330-bed hospital that provides inpatient and outpatient services, emergency services, extended care, family medicine, home care, and occupational health for the Chicago area.

Program Information

After successful completion of the program, the resident will become eligible to sit for the internal medicine certifying examination conducted by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine.

A combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Program is also available. Subspecialty fellowships available in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Chicago College Osteopathic Medicine include:

Didactic Training

Curriculum

Internal Medicine Program (based on a three-year residency)

Year 1
Required First Year: 12 months

Year 2
General Internal Medicine (wards/ICU/CCU): 5 months
Subspecialty selectives: 7 months

Year 3
General Internal Medicine (wards/ICU/CCU): 5 months
Subspecialty selectives: 7 months

Subspecialty Rotations

Program Highlights

How to Apply

You may apply to MWU-CCOM's Internal Medicine Residency Program through ERAS. Required documents:

Contacts

Clinical Chair: Glenn Nordehn, D.O.

Program Director: Rizwan Moinuddin, D.O.
Program Coordinator: Gina Santiago
708/747-4000 ext. 1909
luigina.santiago@franciscanalliance.org

Related Links

American Osteopathic Association (AOA)

American College of Osteopathic Internists

American College of Physicians—American Society of Internal Medicine


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