UMC Building

University Medical Center (UMC)

University Medical Center (UMC) is the publicly funded hospital for Clark County and the city of Las Vegas. At UMC, residents have the opportunity to care for a diverse patient population that includes individuals from Southern Nevada and all over the world. This clinical experience affords residents the opportunity to manage a wide array of pathologic conditions.

  • The full-time academic faculty of the school of medicine supports the general medicine service.
  • The full-time medical school faculty and adjunct community subspecialty faculty teach the subspecialty rotations.
VA Hospital

VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System

The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System offers residents the opportunity to care for the nation's veterans and contribute to the VA's mission of providing exceptional health care that improves veterans' health and well-being. Residents will rotate on the inpatient general medicine service and have the opportunity to rotate through subspecialty rotations at the VA.

UNLV Health Signage

UNLV Health

UNLV Health is the affiliated faculty practice plan of the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine. Residents are precepted by the school of medicine general internal medicine faculty. This clinic primarily serves Southern Nevada’s underserved population.

Southern Nevada Health District

Southern Nevada Health District

All categorical residents rotate at the health district so they may further understand how public health departments impact their role as providers and population health.

A room in the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas (CSCLV)

Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas

Training in the state-of-the-art simulation center enhances the resident experience by practicing procedures and participating in simulated codes using a high-fidelity simulator. We also incorporate the use of standardized patients to advance communication skills.

Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health

Community Partnerships

Some subspecialty rotations occur in a community practice setting to allow residents to become familiar with physicians in our community and the private practice model. Partnerships also include the Nathan Adelson Hospice's inpatient unit, Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada, and exposure to the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.