Fairfield Medical Center Graduate Medical Education Programs

Fairfield Medical Center, the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Centers for Osteopathic Research and Education have partnered to offer primary care residency programs at Fairfield Medical Center. Accredited by the American Osteopathic Association, our Family Medicine Residency Program began in 2010 and our Internal Medicine Residency Program began in 2012.

Why choose Fairfield Medical Center for your residency program?

Fairfield Medical Center is a 222-bed community hospital located in Lancaster, Ohio, approximately 30 miles southeast of Columbus. Drawing on a multiple county market area, the medical center has a diverse patient demographic that is optimal for residency training. Our Graduate Medical Education Resource Center provides a dedicated area for residents to train. The center includes lecture and study facilities, sophisticated audio, visual and video conference technology, osteopathic manipulative therapy, and other hands-on learning directed by FMC physician instructors. As newer programs, our Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Residencies provide unique opportunities for physician trainees who want to help cultivate their clinical education experience. Innovative curricula and resources, such as new state-of-the-art skills labs, support our education programs. With engaged faculty members and low physician-to-resident ratios, trainees will gain a valuable hand-on learning experience.

For additional information about our residency programs, please contact:

Family Medicine Residency 

Theresa Dyar, D.O.
Program Director

Angie Hill
Program Coordinator

Internal Medicine Residency

Robert Zee, D.O, F.A.C.O.I.
Program Director

Pamela Hicks
Program Coordinator

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Residency Program stipends and benefits