Pediatrics with an emphasis on Primary Care

The Pediatric Residency program at MetroHealth provides residents with a comprehensive, well-balanced three-year experience. For more information, please email us.

GME Residents at MetroHealth
Residents
Our residency program includes daily teaching conferences in primary care pediatrics, subspecialty pediatrics, practice management and quality improvement.  Our Residents
Faculty
Faculty
We are a teaching hospital of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, where our faculty members hold academic appointments.  Our Leadership
Curriculum
Curriculum
Our residency program includes daily teaching conferences in primary care pediatrics, subspecialty pediatrics, practice management and quality improvement.  Curriculum
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Research
Residents participate in scholarly activity, including research or a presentation at a regional or national meeting, or publication of a book chapter.   Research

Pediatric Medicine

Our residency program includes daily teaching conferences in primary care pediatrics, subspecialty pediatrics, practice management and quality improvement. The goal of the program is to broaden residents’ knowledge in well child care, acute illnesses, chronic illness management, issues surrounding behavior and development and practicing pediatrics in today's medical environment.

MetroHealth Medical Center is affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and residents benefit from a teaching alliance with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation. 

MetroHealth has been honored to have nationally- and internationally-renowned physicians serve on our medical staff. In 2013, Red Book celebrated its 75th anniversary. Dr. John Toomey, key founder of Red Book, served as the Director of Contagious Diseases at City Hospital (now MetroHealth) from 1920-1955 and was also Chairman for the Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Fred Robbins, former Nobel  Prize winner, also served as Chairman of MetroHealth's Department of Pediatrics. Their commitment, innovation and dedication to improving the lives of children is still seen in the department today.

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