Department of Internal Medicine

Residency Program

Roberto Colon, M.D.The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine welcomes you to join us for your life-long journey of discovery. The Wright State Internal Medicine Residency is a unique university training program providing diverse clinical experiences at multiple institutions. Our residents care for patients at the Miami Valley Hospital — an 865-bed academic medical center, the Dayton VA Medical Center and the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Medical Center.  Our patients include community residents and the underserved, as well as populations of active duty military and veterans.  Our program prepares residents for future practice in any clinical setting. From rural medicine, to global practice abroad, to subspecialty care, to academic medicine, past graduates have pursued a wide range of career paths after completion of our training program.

The residency program is part of the Boonshoft School of Medicine, a community-based medical school nationally recognized for its commitment to the social mission of medical education. Like our patients, our core faculty is comprised of a diverse group of clinical-educators who provide high quality medical education in both the hospital and ambulatory settings.

Our extensive compliment of fellowship programs adds to the educational milieu. Resident research is well supported, and we offer a research track for highly motivated residents.

The faculty and I invite you to explore the outstanding features of the Wright State Internal Medicine Residency Program in Dayton, Ohio. We look forward to your visit.

Residency Program Specifics

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The Wright State University Internal Medicine Residency Program emphasizes education that will develop versatile clinicians capable of handling both general medical outpatient issues and inpatient critical care. On completion of the program, residents are prepared to enter general internal medicine practice, hospitalist practice or to continue into subspecialty fellowship training. Residents care for a diverse patient population at the four major participating hospitals: the Premier Health hospitals (Good Samaritan Hospital and Miami Valley Hospital), the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Wright-Patterson Medical Center.

Special Features

  • Electronic medical record at all teaching sites.
  • Emphasis on ambulatory training, with general medicine continuity clinics, experience in private physician offices, and elective options in ambulatory sites for training in orthopedics, gynecology, sports medicine, dermatology, allergy, ophthalmology, psychiatry, and otorhinolaryngology.
  • Program flexibility that allows residents' input in planning their education to meet future practice needs.
  • Coordination of conferences to cover core curriculum as well as special topics for residents at all sites.
  • 24-hour in-house intensivist coverage at Miami Valley Hospital.

Typical Resident Schedule

The following are a typical rotation schedule for residents:

  • 5½ blocks inpatient general medicine
  • 1½ blocks night float (two weeks each, not consecutive)
  • 1 block intensive care unit
  • 1 block cardiology
  • 1 block ambulatory block
  • 2 blocks electives
  • ½ block practice-based learning modules
  • ½ half block leave
  • 3 blocks inpatient general medicine
  • 1 block night float (two weeks each, not consecutive)
  • 1 block intensive care unit
  • 1 block ambulatory block
  • 1 block emergency medicine
  • 1 block neurology
  • 4½ blocks electives
  • ½ block “admit senior” with elective options
  • 2 blocks inpatient general medicine
  • 1½ blocks night float (two week blocks, not consecutive)
  • 1 block intensive care unit
  • 1½ blocks ambulatory block
  • 1 block geriatrics
  • 5 blocks electives
  • 1 block “admit senior” with elective options

Salaries for 2016-2017


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Last edited on 01/27/2016.