Psychiatry

Residency Training

Summa Health is the sponsoring institution for the shared Psychiatry Residency Program; other participants include Cleveland Clinic Akron General and the community mental health system of Summit County. Training activities also take place at Akron Children’s Hospital and agencies of the County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board, including Community Support Services, Portage Path Psychiatric Emergency Services, Psycho-Diagnostic Clinic and the Portage County Jail.

Training Overview

  • Emphasis on psychotherapy with competency in pharmacotherapy
  • Full spectrum of mental health issues treated, including severe mental illness and substance abuse
  • Teaching faculty are consistently available and committed to teaching
  • Invaluable ancillary staff (program coordinator, triage nurses, support staff, and more)
  • Diverse clinical training which includes inpatient, outpatient and community settings
  • Reasonable work expectation, encouraging life balance
  • Structured and protected weekly didactic time
  • Bimonthly psychiatry grand round lectures covering pertinent topics
  • Resident feedback is encouraged and heard
  • Medical Center provides great benefit package including free meals and parking, competitive salary and health insurance options.
  • Medical Centers located conveniently between Columbus and Cleveland.

Application Requirements

The Psychiatry Residency Training application requirements consist of:

  • Medical School Academic Transcript
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (Dean’s Letter)
  • Passing USMLE Step I & Step 2 (within the first two attempts)
  • Valid ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation (at least one letter from a psychiatrist that you’ve worked with)
  • Personal statement
  • Current photograph

 

Learn more about the application process

Contact

Debbie McConnell
Administrative Coordinator
Phone: 330.325.6690
Email: dmcconne@neomed.edu

Department chair

Mark Munetz, M.D.
Phone: 330.325.6691
Email: mmunetz@neomed.edu

Department of Psychiatry

College of Medicine at NEOMED