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    Affiliated hospitals

    Our affiliated teaching hospitals

    UMHS has established affiliations with over 20 teaching hospitals throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada, where our students complete their core rotations. We continue to expand our core clinical affiliations, and are in negotiations with additional teaching hospitals in a variety of states. Hundreds of hospitals throughout the United States are also available for electives.

    Affiliated teaching hospitals by state and province

    Weiss Memorial Hospital (Chicago, IL)
    Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital (Rochester, MI)
    Mclaren Oakland Hospital (Pontiac, MI)
    Mclaren Macomb Hospital (Mt. Clemens, MI)
    DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital (Commerce Township, MI)
    DMC Sinai Grace Hospital (Detroit, MI)
    Ontario Shores Mental Health (Whitby, Ontario, Canada)
    Danbury Hospital (Danbury, CT)
    Griffin Hospital (Derby, CT)
    St. Mary’s Hospital (Waterbury, CT)
    Southampton Hospital (Southampton, NY)
    Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital (New Rochelle, NY)
    Sinai Hospital of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)
    Griffin Memorial Hospital (Norman, OK)
    East Jefferson General Hospital (New Orleans, LA)
    University Hospital (Augusta, GA)
    Georgia Regional Hospital (Atlanta, GA)
    Westchester General Hospital (Miami, FL)
    Larkin Community Hospital (Miami, FL)
    Ponce Health Sciences University (Ponce, PR)
    San Juan City Hospital (San Juan, PR)
    PR Women and Children’s Hospital (Bayamon, PR)


    Non-affiliated hospitals for electives

    Students can complete their senior-year electives at either affiliated or non-affiliated hospitals throughout the United States. Most teaching hospitals allow visiting students to rotate with approval from both the hospital and the medical school. Thousands of hospitals are available for electives. Rotating for electives is a great opportunity to gain experience at some of the best hospitals in the United States. We urge students to rotate at hospitals they are considering for a residency, as it gives students an opportunity to learn more about the hospital and to network with key administrators and preceptors.

    The map below showcases a small sampling of the places where our students have completed elective rotations.


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