Message from our Deans
We would like to welcome you to the Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC)! We are excited to provide the best experiences for your graduate medical education training.
Our GME office serves as the liaison between accrediting agencies and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center GME training programs. The GME office oversees and monitors the activities of our residency and fellowship programs and provides resources and interpretation of university and accrediting body policies. We interface with resident and fellow trainees, program directors, department chairs, and other hospital-wide stakeholders to support our trainees and provide the best clinical learning environment possible. We look forward to providing the best educational experience during your training!
Scott A. Holliday, MD
Associate Dean of GME, Designated Institutional Official, and Associate Professor-Clinical of Pediatric Medicine
Michael K. Essandoh, MD
Assistant Dean of GME & Professor-Clinical of Cardiovascular Anesthesiology
Deans of GME
Graduate Medical Education Accreditation
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