Clinical Training Sites

Upon graduation from our three-year program, emergency medicine residents are equipped to treat emergent patients in any setting, whether urban, suburban or rural.

The goal of any residency program is to prepare physicians for practice in their chosen fields. The residency in emergency medicine at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo takes this aim a step further. 

Our program provides the opportunity to rotate throughout diverse hospital settings: a regional trauma center, a children’s hospital, community hospitals and an inner-city tertiary care center. This provides exposure to a diverse patient population and allows for a well-balanced clinical experience.

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Located on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo General Medical Center offers a wide spectrum of clinical inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.
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This 199-bed, 1.4 million-square-foot facility provides medical, surgical, mental health, long term and outpatient care.
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This emergency department, located in a small suburb that serves a substantial rural population, provides care to more than 15,000 patients annually.
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This 583-bed medical center is one of the area’s leading health care providers. It serves as a regional center for trauma, burns, rehabilitation and cardiac care.
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This full-service, acute care teaching hospital provides a wide range of non-tertiary services to inpatients and outpatients from the community and surrounding areas.
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This world-class center for cancer research and treatment provides you a window into care and clinical research at the forefront of hematology and oncology.