Department Chair: Glen Solomon, M.D.

Internal Medicine at Wright State University operates as a "clinical department without walls." Although administrative/educational offices are located at the Miami Valley Hospital (MVH) Weber Center for Health Education, Internal Medicine is closely affiliated not only with MVH but also with the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Wright-Patterson Medical Center. In addition, both Kettering Medical Center and Dayton Children's Hospital are aligned with Internal Medicine through the medical school and postgraduate programs.

Over the past decade, internal medicine practice, research and education have undergone dramatic change. We have continued to excel at our three key missions – teaching, patient care, and scholarly activity. Internal medicine practice has become more ambulatory based and basic science research more molecular. Health services research and epidemiology have offered exciting new realms for investigation. Our mission and goals must reflect the changes in health care delivery, yet maintain the scholarly and inquisitive approach to clinical problem-solving in the hospital, office, and laboratory. Success relies on the strengthening of our affiliations with our community partners in health care delivery and our ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with researchers and educators throughout the entire medical school and university.


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Internal Medicine Faculty Publications