University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC)
UMC is a 564 bed, state-designated Level I Trauma Center for Nevada and the only free standing trauma center west of the Mississippi. UMC also houses the Children’s Hospital of Nevada and the state's only burn care facility, the Lions Burn Care Center. Residents rotate at UMC for General Surgery, Surgical Oncology, Colorectal Surgery, Cardiothoracic/Vascular Surgery, Transplant Surgery, Minimally Invasive/Bariatric Surgery, Emergency General Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Surgical Critical Care, Burn Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, and Plastic Surgery.
Children’s Hospital of Nevada
Housed within UMC, this is the only hospital in Nevada to offer Pediatric Burn Care and Organ Transplant Services, the only accredited Cystic Fibrosis Center in the state of Nevada, and the only designated Level II Pediatric Trauma Center in Nevada. Residents rotate through this hospital while on the Pediatric Surgery Service, Trauma Surgery Service, and Surgical Critical Care Service.
Las Vegas Veterans Administration Medical Center
The $600 million, 1.3 million-square-foot complex opened in August 2012 as the first VA hospital in Southern Nevada and the first VA hospital to be built in the United States since the end of the Gulf War. Residents rotate at the VA during their first, second, and fourth years gaining experience in a variety of general surgery procedures.
Mike O'Callaghan Federal Medical Center
The Mike O'Callaghan Federal Medical Center (MOFMC), an Air Force hospital, is located on Nellis Air Force Base and is run by the 99th Medical Group (MDG). The 99th Medical Group is comprised of approximately 1400 personnel who are dedicated to providing preventive, emergency and acute care services for approximately 22,000 active-duty members and their dependents. Residents spend two months during their third year rotating with attending Air Force general, trauma/critical care, colorectal, and vascular surgeons.
Sunrise Children's Hospital
Sunrise Children’s Hospital is Nevada’s largest, most comprehensive children’s hospital. Residents spend two months during their fourth year on the pediatric surgery service, with a significant amount of time spent at Sunrise Children’s Hospital.