Through the five years of residency, our residents will rotate through our various site locations. These various locations provide an array of operative experiences. All of our sites are just a few miles from each other.
Montefiore Moses Campus/Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM)
The Moses campus is where residents will spend the majority of their time by the end of their training. The campus houses the Montefiore Hospital, Children's Hospital at Montefiore, and the Greene Medical Arts Pavilion, among other facilities. The hospital’s emergency room remains one of the busiest ER’s in the nation. Here residents will rotate on the acute care surgery, transplant, pediatric surgery, vascular and colorectal.
Montefiore Einstein Campus
The Einstein Campus, adjacent to Albert Einstein College of Medicine and approximately 10 minutes from the Moses campus, houses the Weiler Hospital and Montefiore Medical Park, in addition to other facilities. This campus provides a complementary experience to the Moses Campus. Here residents will rotate through the surgical oncology, colorectal, vascular and acute care surgery services.
Montefiore Wakefield Campus
The Wakefield Campus houses Wakefield Hospital, the Carpenter Avenue Medical Pavilion and the Wakefield Ambulatory Care Center. It provides a more community-based hospital experience.
Montefiore Hutchinson Campus
The 280,000-square-foot facility is a patient-focused and highly streamlined ambulatory care center that maximizes efficiency. Residents will spend time here during their dedicated ambulatory surgery months, as well as while on other services who intermittently have cases here.
Jacobi Medical Center
Jacobi Medical Center is part of the New York City Health + Hospital Corporation (NYCHHC) hospital system and is a Level I trauma center. At this facility residents will not only participate in trauma and critical care, general surgery, vascular and pediatrics.
North Central Bronx
North Central Bronx is our second NYCHHC hospital affiliate that is situated adjacent to Montefiore's Moses Campus. It offers residents an opportunity for community-based surgery.