Megan Rich

Megan E Rich , MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

Program Director of The Christ Hospital/UC Family Medicine Residency Program

Medical Sciences Building

COM Fam Med Residency/Fellowship - 0582


Bachelor's Degree: Michigan State University East Lansing, MI, 2003 (Physiology)

Medical Degree: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Maywood, IL, 2007

Residency: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2010 (Family Medicine)

Clinical Interests

Family Medicine


Family Medicine

Positions and Work Experience

09-2010 - Assistant professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research Support

Grant: #252485-01 / T13HP31904 Investigators:Regan, Saundra; Rich, Megan; Schlaudecker, Jeffrey; White, Christopher 09-01-2018 -08-31-2023 Health Resources and Services Administration Transformational Fellowship Training for Community Primary Care Champions Role:Collaborator $292,756.00 Active Level:Federal


Peer Reviewed Publications

Katelyn Leopold and Megan Rich (03-2011. ) Hospitalist Rounds: Diffuse abdominal pain, vomiting .Journal of Family Medicine, , 60 (3 ) ,

Bryan Cairns and Megan Rich (01-2011. ) Hospitalist Rounds: Fever, rash, and peeling skin .Journal of Family Practice, , 60 (1 ) ,

Megan Rich and Christopher Bernheisel (01-2010. ) Hospitalist Rounds: Sudden onset of amnesia in a healthy woman .Journal of Family Practice, , 59 (1 ) ,

Druse, Gillespie, Tajuddina, Rich (05-2007. ) S100B-mediated protection against the pro-apoptotic effects of ethanol on fetal rhombencephalic neurons .Brain Research, , 11 (50 ) ,46


Poster Presentations

Rich, Spata, Pallerla, Goroncy, Schlaudecker (05-2013. ) Physician and Resident Wellness: Initiating Cultural Change Through an Integrated Curricular Approach in Residency .Society for Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), Baltimore, MD. . Level:National

Druse, Gillespie, Tajuddina, Rich (09-2004. ) S100B-mediated protection against the pro-apoptotic effects of ethanol on fetal rhombencephalic neurons .Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Summer Research program, Maywood, IL. . Level:College

Honors and Awards

2010 STFM Resident Teacher of the Year

2010 Marjorie Grad Vockell, MD Family Medicine Residency Award

2006 Dean’s Supplemental Scholarship Award

2005 Kennedy Scholarship Award

2005 Majsterick Scholarship Award

2004 Dean’s Excellence Fund Award

2003 Stritch School of Medicine Scholarship Award


University of Cincinnati Dept of Community and Family Medicine (Appointment, Reappointment, Promotion, Tenure Committee ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2012 -2013

The Christ Hospital (Diabetes Task Force ) Committee Member Type:Other 2012 -2013


resident wellness

Professional Affiliation

2010 -2011: Society of Hospital Medicine Member Attended national conference each year

2007 -2013: American Academy of Family Physicians Member

2005: Complimentary and Alternative Medicine Conference attendee in Chicago, IL

Other Information

UC Family Medicine resident teaching responsibilities include

  • Restructuring the Surgery I and Surgery II UC family medicine residency rotations (2011) including new objectives, teaching methods and resources, and creation of webpage, with ongoing oversight including twice monthly meetings with participants (2011- present)
  • Resident advisor with two active advisees (2010 - present)
  • Adult in-patient medicine faculty with responsibilities of writing of curriculum objectives, creating quizzes, teaching multiple noon lectures each month, bedside teaching, face-to-face and written evaluations of both residents and medical students (2010 - present)
  • Design and implementation of wellness curriculum, including comprehensive website designed to promote resident and faculty wellness and pilot study designed to investigate impact of curriculum on resident wellness (2012 - present)

Contact Information

The Christ Hospital Medical Office Building
2123 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45219
Phone: (513) 721-2221