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Current Residents & Fellows

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Current residents and fellows can access the UH intranet for helpful and current information for graduate medical education. You must be within the UH network to access these pages.

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The Association of Residents and Fellows


The mission of the Association of Residents and Fellows of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is to connect residents and fellows across every Department and Program within University Hospitals.

These are exciting times for residents and fellows of University Hospitals. University Hospitals has expanded over the past several years to serve more and more communities throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond, thereby enriching our training experience. If you are a current or prospective resident or fellow, we look forward to working with you and listening to your suggestions for a rich, productive and enjoyable training experience.


In the autumn of 1991, an ad hoc group of chief residents formed the Association of Residents and Fellows (ARF). The goal: to provide a forum for residents and fellows from across the United States—and the world—a dedicated forum to socialize, connect and learn from one another beyond their dedicated medical education. Currently, the ARF serves more than1000 residents and fellows training at University Hospitals.


From a resident’s first day of orientation to the final days of training, the ARF plays an active role in a resident’s experience at UH Cleveland Medical Center.

The ARF maintains a dialogue with the administration to address extracurricular concerns unique to residents and fellows. The ARF sponsors various seminars that benefit residents throughout their entire medical career. A few recent topics included debt reduction, home buying, malpractice insurance, disability insurance, contract negotiation, and the fundamentals of entering the managed care practice arena. The ARF also sponsors social events from informal pizza parties to city-wide events with residents and fellows from other local institutions.


The ARF is composed of all residents and fellows in University Hospitals sponsored programs. $2.00 per pay period is deducted from the payroll of members with their written consent.


The Resident Lounge is located at Lakeside 6218 and the GME office is next door in Lakeside 6223. UH Cleveland Medical Center residents and fellows have 24-hour card swipe access to the Lounge.


The Association of Residents & Fellows meets  at least monthly.

For more information on the meeting schedule or to join please contact gme@uhhospitals.org.