Clinical Rotations

University of Illinois Subspecialty Rotations Description

Our residents learn anesthesia in a variety of different locations in order to optimize their educational experience.  These sites were selected as an adjunct to the clinical experience at UIH and each offers a unique perspective on anesthetic care.

Subspecialty rotations at the University Of Illinois

The University of Illinois Hospital is the flagship facility of the residency program. Residents spend the majority of their training at UIC during the CA1-3 year. As interns, trainees spend six months at UIC and six months at the VA hospital. Upon starting at CA-1 year, the majority of their time at UIC.

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Jesse Brown Veterinary Affairs Medical Center

The Jesse Brown VA Hospital is located at the western edge of the University campus, about a seven minute walk from the University of Illinois Hospital. Main OR rotations during all four training years, pain medicine rotations, and internal medicine, cardiology consults, and general surgery rotations…

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Northshore Orthopedic & Spine Institute – Skokie Hospital

Northshore Orthopedic & Spine Institute-Skokie Hospital is located in Skokie, IL.  The Northshore University Health System is comprised of four hospitals, 2500 Physicians, 46 operating rooms, and nearly 40,000 cases per year.

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Shriners Hospital for Children

Shriners Hospital for Children is located in Oak Park, a few miles west of our main campus. This is a CA-3 elective rotation for interested residents.

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Loyola University Hospital

Loyola University Medical Center is located in Maywood, IL, about 10 miles west of the University of Illinois campus. Residents are assigned to a two-month Cardiac Anesthesia Block at Loyola during the second and third year of anesthesia training.

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Mount Sinai Medical Center

Mount Sinai Medical Center is a 300-bed Level 1 Trauma Center located mere minutes from UIC with approximately 2000 trauma victims seen annually, including 40-50% with penetrating injuries.

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