Medicine Pediatric Residency Program Clinical Sites


Our multiple-site model of residency training provides our residents the opportunity to experience the full breadth of medical practice, treat diverse patient populations, and learn to work within multiple medical systems. As a result, our residents graduate with a comprehensive skill set and the confidence and adaptability to succeed in a broad range of settings – from refugee camps to tertiary care hospitals to urban community clinics to rural primary care clinics.

University of Minnesota Medical Center

A tertiary care referral center with resident staffed medicine, cardiology, hematology, oncology, ICU and pulmonary primary services. Recognized nationally for excellence in global health and travel medicine, solid organ transplantation, blood and marrow transplantation, heart failure and ischemic disease, oncology, pulmonary transplant and cystic fibrosis.

Regions Hospital

Regions Hospital

A community academic medical center that is the flagship hospital for the Healthpartners system. Regions cares for a large population of underserved patients, including immigrant and refugee groups. Regions hospital has a Level I trauma center, a nationally recognized burn unit, active medical, surgical, and coronary intensive care units, coronary catheterization labs, electrophysiological, oncologic, and dialysis services among others.

Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Health Care System

Minneapolis VA Health Care System

The tertiary care referral center for the upper midwest VA system. The VA has a nationally recognized research program, women’s clinic, and center for chronic disease outcomes research. Primary teaching services include medicine, cardiology, and ICU, with multiple consult services.

ST. Pauls childrens hospital

St. Paul Children’s Hospital

A community children’s hospital with teaching services including general pediatrics, ICU, NICU, as well as multiple subspeciality consult services.

Hennepin County Medical Center

Hennepin County Medical Center

The county hospital for Hennepin and a nationally renowned level 1 trauma center. Experiences at HCMC include general pediatrics, PICU, burn unit and Emergency Medicine.

University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital

University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital

Nationally renowned for hematology, oncology, bone marrow transplant, and cystic fibrosis. Residents rotate through general pediatric and subspeciality rotations as well as the NICU and PICU. 

In addition, residents have the opportunity to rotate through Gillette children's hospital -- world renowned for care of children with disabilities – and Abbott-Northwestern as part of a med-peds hospitalist rotation.