Clinical Training Sites

Our fellowship exposes you to a variety of clinical environments and patient populations.

Our diverse, complementary training locations guarantee you'll receive broad exposure to all types of gastrointestinal disorders.

Working at our set of modern sites, you'll acquire skills that help you adapt to a range of professional settings. 

Our facilities, which are equipped to provide the complete range of gastrointestinal procedures, boast:

  • up-to-date array of complete diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic instruments and accessories, with esophageal motility instrumentation
  • oncology services
  • facilities for parasitology testing
  • pathology and diagnostic radiology support services 
  • medical imaging and nuclear medicine support services
  • general surgery support services
  • intensive care facilities for critically ill patients with gastrointestinal disorders

Learn more about each of our main clinical training sites:

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.
This 100-bed, 1.4 million-square-foot facility provides medical, surgical, mental health, long term and outpatient care.
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.
Located on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo General Medical Center offers a wide spectrum of clinical inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.
At our outpatient GI office in Amherst, you'll learn from specialists who take a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to treating disorders of the digestive system.
Our fellows have the opportunity to experience outpatient practice in a veterans hospital, an urban hospital and private offices in a suburban setting.