Kettering Medical Education
Charles F. Kettering left us this legacy... he looked at the world around him and asked, "How can I make it better?"
At Kettering, you can learn the skills needed to make the world better.
As a faith-based, leading healthcare provider, Kettering Health Network has a responsibility to promote positive change within the communities we serve. Our goal is to accept and recognize people of all backgrounds, embracing and celebrating differences while unifying our workforce through service and living our God-given mission. We aim to be a model environment in which we recognize the uniqueness of each individual we serve, which helps us fulfill our commitment to improve the health of our communities.
We offer various programs including Internal Medicine, Transitional Year, Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology and Hematology/Oncology. We thoroughly prepare our residents for the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) examination.
If you are interested, please come visit us. There are several options to visit and explore our programs one-on-one, with opportunities to talk with resident and faculty:
- In-person Interviews
- Virtual Interviews with post interview visits
- Clinical rotations in General Internal Medicine and its subspecialties
Come Rotate at Kettering
Apply to come rotate at Kettering. Applicants must be 4th year medical students from LCME or COCA approved schools. The elective rotations are for four weeks. More information can be found by choosing Medical Students on the menu and looking under the Senior Electives Tab.