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Our Hospitals

Residents rotate through several hospitals which serve different patient populations and provide highly varied pathologies for training. These sites are generally located about 10-15 minutes apart, with multiple free shuttles available for transportation between sites.

Map of Seattle with pins in the locations of the hospitals residents rotate through

Map of Seattle with hospitals that we rotate to marked.

University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) – Montlake Campus

 A tertiary care hospital specializing in organ transplantation, oncology, and cardiac disease. UWMC is consistently ranked among leading hospitals nationally and was named the No. 1 hospital in Washington state by US News and World Report.

Residents spent ~35% of the their time at this site.

Photograph of the entrance to the University of Washington Medical Center

Harborview Medical Center (HMC)

The public hospital for King County and serves as the only level one trauma center for five states in the WWAMI region (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho). HMC is also a level one stroke and cardiac center.

Residents spent ~30% of the their time at this site.

Photograph of the entrance to Harborview Medical Center

Seattle Children’s Hospital

Consistently ranked in the top 10 pediatric hospital by the US News and World Report and is the only pediatric specialty hospital in the WWAMI region.  

Resident spend ~15% of their time at this site.

Photograph of the entrance to Seattle Childrens Hospital

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA)

The SCCA has been a top 10 nationally ranked comprehensive cancer center for the past decade. It is a joint venture of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the University of Washington, and Seattle Children’s Hospital. All breast imaging and a large portion of our outpatient cancer imaging is performed here. 

Resident spend ~10% of their time at this site.

Photograph of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Veterans Affairs Hospital – Puget Sound

VA Puget Sound is a comprehensive medical center which serves as a Northwest regional referral center for other VAs in Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming in addition to providing highly specialized care such as bone marrow transplant services for patients from other Western states. More than 112,000 Veterans living in the Pacific Northwest receive care here. It has been recognized for its excellence in teaching, research, and patient care. It is also a national leader in innovation with cutting edge technologies such as 3D printing, virtual/augmented reality, and artificial intelligence incorporated in daily patient care.

Resident spend ~10% of their time at this site.

Veterans Affairs Hospital - Puget Sound