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Department of

Family and Community Medicine

Academic, Clinical & Research Facilities

Academic Sites

CARE/Crawley Building

CARE/Crawley Building3230 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267
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The CARE/Crawley Building opened in 2008, providing 240,000 square feet of new space on UC’s medical campus, including lab, research, teaching and library facilities. The medical bookstore and Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library span the space between the Medical Sciences Building and CARE/Crawley Building.


Medical Sciences Building

Medical Sciences Building231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, OH 45267
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The Medical Sciences Building (MSB), built in 1974, has long been home to UC's College of Medicine. The MSB houses College of Medicine laboratories and office and classroom space as well as Kresge Auditiorum. The medical bookstore and Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library span the space between the MSB and CARE/Crawley Building.


Victory Parkway Administration Building

Victory Parkway Adm Building2220 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45206
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The Victory Parkway Administration Building temporarily houses the Department of Family and Community Medicine Research Division, the Integrative Health and Wellness Center academic/research offices and other departmental staff.


University of Cincinnati Medical Center

University of Cincinnati Medical Center234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219
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University of Cincinnati Medical Center is home to the UC Neuroscience Institute, a leading treatment, research and treatment center that provides multi-disciplinary care for complex neurological conditions. Its physicians and researchers have created national models for treatment and research of complex conditions, including ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, brain aneurysms, brain and spinal cord trauma, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors, seizures and trigeminal neuralgia.


UC Health Primary Care

Medical Arts Building - CliftonUC Health Physicians Office - Clifton
222 Piedmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
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This eight-story building is located just minutes from downtown Cincinnati on our main Clifton campus, adjacent to UC Medical Center and the UC Health Barrett Cancer Center. UC Health Physicians Office–Clifton is the main clinical site of the UC Department of Dermatology. The department faculty members see patients on the fifth floor in a new state-of-the-office clinical suite. There is a parking garage located underneath the building.


Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Children's Hospital
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
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Our pediatric neurologists on staff at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are committed to improving the quality of life of children with neurological problems. We provide neurological services to children and promote research at all levels to improve neurological care in the future. We also participate in the training of medical students, pediatric residents, general neurology residents, child neurology residents and specialty fellows within the area of child neurology.


The Christ Hospital

2139 Auburn Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45210
(513) 585-2000

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The Christ Hospital is a 555-bed acute-care hospital located 1.5 miles from the UC College of Medicine. The hospital remains an important part of the integrated surgical residency in general surgery. UC surgeons utilize The Christ Hospital for patient care in the areas of general, colorectal, vascular, weight loss, transplantation surgery and surgical oncology.


Maple Knoll Village


11100 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45246

Maple Knoll Village is a retirement facility located in Springdale, OH. Department faculty serve as providers at MKV’s Geriatric Evaluation Center. This facility also serves as a teaching site for UC medical students during the Tell Me Your Story experience.



Community Sites

The Department of Family and Community Medicine has a long-standing commitment to provide medical care to underserved populations and to teach medical students, residents, and fellows how to provide high quality care for all patients. Some of these activities are funded by grants from local foundations and some are activities for which faculty members volunteer their time.