Welcome to the Office of Graduate Medical Education at Citrus Memorial Hospital

Our curriculum is designed to build a solid foundation in the vast array of topics that encompass the practice of internal medicine.

We are proud of our hospital’s achievements, the quality of care and the many important services and educational programs we provide to the people of our community. We hope you strongly consider us for your post graduate training.

Summer 2018 ushered in another historic moment for Citrus Memorial Hospital. That's when our Graduate Medical Education program began with its inaugural class of internal medicine residents.

In the News

Citrus Memorial Hospital Opens Residency Program Complex

January 17, 2020

The building at 402 W. Grace St. once had the focus of healing souls. Now its focus is healing bodies of the sick and training the people who do it.

Residency Program Moves CMH Forward

November 6, 2019

During July, Citrus Memorial Hospital welcomed 20 first-year internal medicine residents to join the 15 it accepted in last year’s inaugural class, who are now second-year residents.

Second Intern Class Welcomed

July 3, 2019

Citrus Memorial Hospital recently welcomed the second class of internal medicine residents into its Graduate Medical Education program. The 20 new residents begin their journey through a three-year program on July 1.

Nurses, Physicians honored by Citrus Memorial

May 23, 2019

At a Nurse Year in Review gala event, Maura Naruta, RN, BSN, Michele Cofield, MD, Janis Cobo, Jennifer Losse, RN-CEN, Samantha Williams, MD and Erin Stokes, RN were named Nurse of the Year, Physician of the Year, CNA of the Year, Nurse Leader of the Year, Resident of the Year and New Nurse of the Year, respectively.

CMH breaks ground on Graduate Medical Education Center

May 22, 2019

Citrus Memorial Hospital broke ground Wednesday on a $1.8 million Graduate Medical Education Center.

CMH breaks ground on Graduate Medical Education Center

May 22, 2019

Citrus Memorial Hospital broke ground today on a $1.8 million Graduate Medical Education Center. The 15,857 square foot center will feature classrooms, an education auditorium, offices, work space and study hall.

Hoping for Doctors

January 18, 2019

After a years-long trend of stagnation or declines in the number of physicians working in Citrus County, the number of doctors moving here is increasing as local hospitals focus to attract physicians.