Graduate Medical Education

Magnolia Regional Health Center is dedicated to training future leaders in osteopathic medicine by providing organized and academically rigorous programs of education that foster physicians’ professional development as skilled, ethical, compassionate, and sensitive clinicians who are capable of meeting the challenges of a changing healthcare environment, while assuring the highest possible quality patient care.

We take great pride in training physicians for our rural, medically under-served area and emphasize personal, clinical and professional development under the careful guidance and supervision of faculty that are committed to teaching residents and students.

Our program monitors the provision of safe and humane care of patients as our students and resident physician’s progress in responsibility as appropriate for their experience and competency.

The cooperative efforts and full support of the governing board, medical staff, hospital staff and community affirm our commitment to Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education.  This dedication has resulted in an increase in quality primary care for Corinth and the surrounding communities.

Our graduate medical education programs promote the collaboration and development of a network that includes other local, regional and national institutions as well as affiliated community health centers.

Magnolia Regional Health Center welcomes the opportunity to assist you in your career development and professional advancement by providing the highest standard of training in a modern and progressive hospital.

Magnolia Regional Health Center, Residency and Fellowship programs are accredited by the Committee on Postdoctoral Training of the American Osteopathic Association and fulfill the residency / fellowship requirements of all specialty boards of certification.

Medical Student Program

Dr. David V. Pizzimenti
Medical Education & Internal Medicine Program Director

Magnolia Regional Health Center became a core teaching site for medical students in August of 2006 with three medical students from Pikeville, Kentucky.

We currently have core site affiliations with NSUCOM, WCUCOM, UP-KYCOM, LMUDCOM and KCUMB.

We welcome the opportunity to be part of the future of providing highly trained and qualified physicians to Corinth and the surrounding communities.

Our Core site provides all required rotational assignments. Subspecialty/ & elective rotations can also be scheduled.

This structured didactic program requires student participation with internal medicine residency and cardiology fellow didactic sessions.

Program Benefits

Structured didactic program with the Director of Medical Education, Weekly Board Prep, Hands on experience, 1:1 preceptor/student rotations, meals are provided while on rotation, Free Parking, advanced technology, CPOE and PDOC, Medical Education Center, Visiting student rotations are encouraged.

Interviews will be granted to the Internal Medicine Residency program for those students completing a one month visiting rotation.

To arrange a site visit or for questions, please contact us.

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Office of Graduate Medical Education
Office (662) 293-7686
Fax (662) 293-4347