Ohio State Endocrinology By the Numbers
Outpatient Visits: 33,966
Inpatient Visits: 11,898
Clinical Trials: 42
NIH-P Grants: 3
The Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism fellowship program at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is a fully accredited two year program designed to prepare trainees for competence in academic as well as clinical careers. Through clinical rotations, research and conferences, trainees gain experience in the pathophysiology, evaluation and treatment of a broad spectrum of endocrine disease, including adrenal, bone and mineral, diabetes, gonadal, lipid, neuroendocrine, obesity, pancreatic, pituitary and thyroid disease in adult patients.
The fellowship curriculum is structured so that eligibility to take the ABIM Board Certification in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism can be obtained in 24 months. An optional third year provides additional research training for those pursing an academic career. The fellowship program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
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We are partnering with the Pediatric Endocrinology program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital to offer a combined fellowship program in endocrinology which would last 4 years. A focus of this track includes the transition of care of pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes and other endocrinologic disorders to adult endocrine clinic. View a sample pediatric endocrinology fellowship block diagram of the structure across 4 years for this track. From the OSU perspective, this is considered a track within an ACGME-sponsored 2 year clinical fellowship program.
Clinical rotations include a variety of endocrine clinics and inpatient consultation experiences. Required rotations in pediatric and reproductive endocrinology are provided through arrangement with Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. There are over 30,000 outpatient visits per year to the Diabetes and Endocrine Clinics.
Endocrinology fellows function as the primary provider to outpatients seen in Fellow’s Continuity Clinic, which provides a supervised general endocrinology experience. In addition fellows rotate through various Attending Clinics with subspecialty focus, including disorders of adrenal, bone & mineral, diabetes, lipid, obesity, pituitary, and thyroid. Thus fellows receive experiences to evaluate and manage a broad spectrum of endocrine diseases.
Pediatric and reproductive endocrinology rotations are provided through arrangement with Nationwide Children's Hospital and Ohio Reproductive Medicine.
Some of the benefits to the fellow educational teaching experience include:
Application must include: