At the University of Illinois Hospital, we are privileged to work with top medical facilities to help develop our residents in different areas due to the diverse atmosphere provided. Our program draws on the unique strengths of our integrated hospitals and their teaching staff at these various institutions to help challenge our residents to achieve their full potential.

UI Health
1740 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612

At the University of Illinois Hospital, the residents are exposed to a robust general surgery service. In addition to cutting edge minimally invasive robotic techniques that are not offered at our affiliated institutions, we offer a diverse surgical experience in vascular surgery, surgical oncology and colon and rectal surgery at the University. Our residency program offers one of the top comprehensive transplant programs in the Chicagoland area. This is one of the few programs in the country that offers a minimally invasive transplant experience. We have a dedicated separate Children’s Hospital that provides a full range of pediatric surgical services. Residents are exposed to an underrepresented minority population requiring a higher number of public aid services.

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
836 W. Wellington Ave. Chicago, IL 60657

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center is a 551-bed teaching and referral center located on Chicago’s north side. It is part of Advocate Health Care, one of the top health care systems in the country and the largest fully integrated health care delivery system in Illinois. Illinois Masonic Medical Center provides care for North Side Chicago multiethnic, multicultural, socially diversified population. Faculty is composed of outstanding clinicians with academic background skills and expertise covers all disciplines of surgery and many fields of scientific investigation.

AMITA Health Saint Francis Hospital
355 Ridge Ave. Evanston, IL 60202

AMITA Health Saint Francis Hospital , founded over 100 years ago,  is a 270 bed teaching institution serving patients from Chicago’s far north side and northern suburbs. There are more than 400 physicians on staff providing care for a diverse patient population that includes 78,000 outpatient visits, 9,000 admissions, 8,600 operative cases and 34,000 ER visits per year. It is also a chest pain and primary stroke center and has been designated a magnet hospital.

John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County
1725 W Harrison St. Chicago, IL 60612

John H. Stroger Hospital is part of the Cook County Bureau of Health Services. Stroger Hospital has over 450 beds and nearly 100 outpatient clinics, and serves as the primary public provider of comprehensive medical services for the people of metropolitan Chicago. In 2002, they opened a new state-of the-art hospital facility. Residents and attending physicians work closely together to meet the needs of the multi-ethnic population of Chicago. The resident will rotate on the colon and rectal surgical service and achieve endoscopy experience at this hospital site.

OSF Little Company of Mary Hospital
2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park, IL 60805

OSF Little Company of Mary Hospital is a community based hospital 298-bed health care facility established in 1930. This state-of-the-art hospital provides care and vital resources for more than 11,600 inpatient visits, over 253,000 outpatient visits and nearly 50,000 emergency department visits annually. The geographic service area is distinct from UIH offering a variety of surgical cases, which provide a multitude of opportunities for our residents. Residents are able to enhance their clinical skills in a wide variety of areas ranging from comprehensive history to evidence-based problem solving.

OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center
5666 E. State St. Rockford, IL 61108

OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center is a 254 bed teaching hospital established in 1899. St. Anthony has the only trauma center verified by the ACS in Illinois outside of the Chicago metropolitan area. It operates as a Level 1 trauma center. Residents have the ability to rotate through several services during their time at St. Anthony, and are able to get a feel of a rural community hospital.

University of Chicago Medical Center
5841 S. Maryland Ave. Chicago, IL 60637

University of Chicago Medical Center was founded in 1927 and has thrived as an academic and community health system. This 811-bed hospital is located on the south side of Chicago and sees patients from both Chicagoland and Indiana. Residents rotating here will have the opportunity to take part in a high volume and busy level 1 trauma service that reopened its doors due to the need in the Chicagoland area.