The Graduate Medical Education (GME) Ombuds Program offers house staff (interns, residents and fellows) a neutral, independent and confidential resource designed to foster autonomous resolution of workplace issues.
Bob Towner-Larsen, Physician Coach and GME Ombudsman
The GME Ombuds Program provides mediation services related to resolving conflicts, disputes and complaints through an informal setting. From providing guidance on how to best navigate issues to clarification on policies and procedures, the Ombuds Program empowers house staff to advance their capacity to independently address workplace and interpersonal problems.
The role of the ombudsperson is to serve as a neutral, independent and confidential resource for house staff (interns, residents and fellows). House staff may bring any workplace issue to the ombudsperson. These issues can range from interpersonal conflicts to questions about administrative policies and procedures.
Contact the GME Ombuds Office
To protect the privacy and protection of house staff, the GME Ombuds Office does not communicate via email.
Brain and Spine Hospital
300 W. 10th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
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