The Reading Hospital Family Practice Residency Program has demonstrated commitment to excellence in family medicine residency education for more than 45 years. The program is ACGME accredited and has achieved full Osteopathic Recognition. We support a total of 24 residents with eight new interns entering the program each year. Located in suburban West Reading, Pennsylvania, the program has a rich, robust history of providing a vigorous academic experience in a welcoming and nurturing community hospital environment. Training is deep and balanced across all clinical disciplines. The busy Family Health Care Center is Patient Centered Medical Home recognized and serves a large, socially and medically complex patient population including patients of all ages. At Reading Hospital, residents take ownership of a busy family medicine inpatient service and pediatric ward. Training includes challenging critical care, medical, pediatric, and women's health cases. Areas of program emphasis include pediatric care, community medicine, behavioral/addiction medicine, osteopathic philosophy/principles, and translating evidence-based medicine into clinical practice. The program offers a diverse teaching faculty committed to excellence in medical education.

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Submissions from 2020

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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Educational Modules and Interactive Workshops in Alleviating Symptoms of Mild to Moderate Depression: A Pilot Trial, Luis A. Murillo, Emily Follo, Julienne Balestrier, April Smith, and Deborah L. Bevvino(Article)

Submissions from 2019

Assessing the Effect of of Patient to Provider Language Discordance on Depression Screening Utilizing the Patient Health Questionnaire: An Epidemiology Study, Luis A. Murillo, Alex Grekoff, and John C. Sheffield(Conference Presentation)

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Assessing the Effect of Patient to Provider Language Discordance on Depression Screening Utilizing the Patient Health Questionnaire: An Epidemiology Study., Luis A. Murillo, Georgi Alex Grekoff, and John C. Sheffield(Article)

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Educational Modules and Interactive Workshops in Alleviating Symptoms of Mild to Moderate Depression, Luis A. Murillo, April Smith, Emily Follo, Julienne Balestrier, and Deborah L. Bevvino(Poster Presentation)

Submissions from 2018

Aspirin Toxicity, Luis A. Murillo(Oral Presentation)

Submissions from 2017

Anomalous Coronary Artery Origin, Luis A. Murillo(Poster Presentation)

Submissions from 2016

Depression Screening in Spanish Speaking Community: Cultural Competence in an Evolving EMR Era, Luis A. Murillo(Poster Presentation)

Presumed Aflatoxin Related HCC in a 20-year old Immigrant from Guinea West Africa, Luis A. Murillo(Poster Presentation)