Med-Peds residents rotate through three participating hospitals during their four years of training.
The majority of pediatric rotations are at Golisano Children's Hospital. Strong Memorial Hospital is the primary teaching hospital of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Strong has a total of 710 inpatient beds with 110 pediatric beds and bassinets, including neonatal and pediatric intensive care units.
When on Pediatric rotations, residents spend 20% of their time at Rochester General Hospital, a 526-bed full-service major teaching affiliate of the University of Rochester. Rochester General is located in the northern sector of the city of Rochester, it has 24 pediatric beds, 40 bassinets, a Level II intensive care nursery, and a full-service pediatric emergency department and ambulatory unit.
Internal Medicine rotations for Med-Peds residents include experiences at Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital. Residents spend 80-90% of their time in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital. The remaining 10-20% of time is spent on rotations at Highland Hospital on inpatient units, in the emergency department, and on overnight rotations. Each hospital has full-time university-appointed subspecialty and general medicine faculty with responsibility for education of both residents and medical students.