The Hospitals

Most of the program’s residency training occurs at Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital. Training in the neurosurgical care of neonates takes place at Women and Infants Hospital. Because all three hospitals are physically interconnected, residents can obtain broad training on a single medical campus.

Rhode Island Hospital

As the state’s largest, general, acute-care hospital, Rhode Island Hospital provides comprehensive care. The 719-bed private, nonprofit hospital, part of the Lifespan system, operates one of the nation’s ten busiest emergency departments. Its Level 1 Trauma Center serves a large part of southeastern New England.

Hasbro Children’s Hospital

Hasbro Children’s Hospital, designed with input from parents, children, and health-care professionals, opened in 1994 to architectural acclaim. As Rhode Island’s premier pediatric hospital, its state-of-the-art facilities include specialized emergency services, trauma treatment, and the area’s only pediatric intensive care unit.

Women and Infants Hospital

Women and Infants Hospital, part of Rhode Island’s Care New England network, performs over 70% of all obstetrical deliveries in the state. Each year, the hospital cares for more than 1000 critically ill newborns. Its Special Care Nursery, a Level III neonatal intensive care unit, uses an interdisciplinary approach to treating infants with serious medical problems.

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