Obstetrics at University Medical Center and Sunrise Hospital
The University Medical Center (UMC) is the primary training hospital for the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV. The school also has an affiliation with Sunrise Hospital to provide surgical rotations in oncology, gynecology and urogynecology.
The seventh floor of UMC is dedicated to obstetrical inpatient care. There are 11 labor and delivery rooms and two operating rooms. Thirty-three inpatient beds, an antepartum triage unit, facilities for ante and postpartum intensive care, and three nurseries support this service. The obstetric service has 24 hour in-house attendings, anesthesia and neonatal faculty and is designated a Level III unit.
Gynecology at University Medical Center
Gynecologic inpatient facilities include two general surgical floors, and a full service operating suite of 21 rooms covering all surgical requirements.
The oncology service covers surgery and provides adjuvant chemo therapy in the primary facility.
Ambulatory OBGYN care is offered at the School of Medicine's Patient Care Center, Women's Healthcare Center of Las Vegas, and at Maryland Parkway office.
Routine prenatal and high-risk obstetrical care is provided by residents with in-house supervising attendings.
The Women's Healthcare Center of Las Vegas provides full service obstetric and gynecologic care to women of all ages and hosts the resident continuity clinic.
Subspecialty services are available for more complex cases involving urogynecology, oncology, or endocrinology issues.