Clinical Training Sites

Our connections to major health care facilities throughout the greater Buffalo area give you experience treating a wide-ranging patient base in a variety of clinical settings.

Working in federal, state and private facilities exposes you to distinct patient bases, multiple styles for delivery of care and different systems for electronic medical record-keeping and resource management. You will develop flexible, resourceful strategies for medical diagnoses and acquire skills that will help you adapt to a wide variety of professional settings.

Learn more about each of our main clinical training sites:

1/31/18
You will see infectious syndromes common to general medicine and surgery as well as infections secondary to cardiothoracic surgery, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, hand surgery, orthopedic surgery and vascular surgery at this 500-bed acute care center on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
1/31/18
With one of the highest case severity indexes within the VHA system, this urban facility provides medical, surgical, mental health, long-term and outpatient care to veterans. You will care for patients with common infectious syndromes and learn the principles of outpatient microbial therapy, antimicrobial stewardship and telemedicine.
1/31/18
This 583-bed medical center houses a pioneering trauma/burn center—unique in Western New York—a regional renal transplant center and centers for rehabilitation and cardiac care. In addition to consulting with patients who have common infectious syndromes, you will see patients with infections resulting from burns, trauma and solid organ transplants.
2/8/19
You will conduct clinical consultations with patients who have hematological malignancies, uncommon immunodeficient states and infections following major oncologic surgery, as well as stem cell transplant recipients at this 120-bed comprehensive cancer center.
10/16/17
You will learn state-of-the-art HIV care during your ambulatory rotation in this multidisciplinary center, which provides care to 1,200 patients a year.