Reid Health Family Medicine Residency Program
The Reid Health Family Medicine Residency offers a great environment in an established, high-volume regional referral center. Residents receive a hands-on education in all required areas of family medicine, enjoying an unopposed structure that provides varied experiences ranging from emergency care to pediatrics, adult medicine, women's health and more.
The Family Medicine residency program offers three years of training in hospital and clinic environments.
School of Radiologic Technology
Reid Health's radiography program will educate students in a hospital environment. Upon graduation and passing the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification examination, our graduates may then specialize in a wide variety of modalities such as Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine, Sonography/ Ultrasound, Interventional Radiology, Mammography, and Radiation Oncology.
Students learn all examinations performed on the skeletal anatomy. They will have opportunity to learn additional skills to make them more marketable such as, venipuncture, EKG, basic lab procedures, vital signs, and patient assessment.
Nearby Nursing Programs
Reid Health's main campus is right next door to Indiana University East and Ivy Tech Community College. We work closely with nursing programs of both schools, with many team members who received training at one or the other - or both. We often have high school students who plan to go into nursing work in other areas while receiving their training before eventually becoming part of our nursing team. Student nurses are frequently seen working on our campus. We are thankful for our strong partnership with these and other facilities of higher learning.
Medical Clerkship Program
Clinical Medical Assistant Program
The Clinical Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare students to function as professionals in multiple healthcare settings. Medical assistants with a clinical background perform various clinical tasks including assisting with the administration of medications and with minor procedures, performing an EKG electrocardiogram, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and other related tasks. Job opportunities are prevalent with provider offices, clinics, hospitals and outpatient facilities.
Emergency Medical Technician
Reid health offers a state certified emergency medical services training program for EMT's. This program is facilitated by an emergency medical services educator. Offered in both Richmond and Connersville Reid Health campuses. This is a college level course that requires that include classroom lecture, online components and independent self-study. Upon completion of the program students can obtain both National Registry EMT certification as well as Indiana EMT certification.