A level 1 trauma center with one of the highest volumes in New York State, ECMC represents all of our residency trauma experience along with extensive rotations in the Trauma Intensive Care Unit. ECMC has a high volume of both penetrating and blunt force trauma. Vascular, plastics, and burn rotations also take place at ECMC.
Part of the Federal Governments Veteran’s Affairs hospital system, this is Buffalo’s sole VA inpatient facility. The VA offers experience in both general and vascular surgery.
The largest general hospital in Buffalo. This is our main hospital for general surgery, laparoscopic, colorectal, and vascular surgeries. It is the host site for Grand Rounds. Located at the heart of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
Opened in 2012, a state of the art vascular center adjacent and connected to Buffalo General. With the bottom floors concentrating on patient care and the top concentrating on basic sciences and translational research, GVI is one of the leading vascular institutions in the country. Our vascular surgery department works extensively here.
Oishei Children’s Hospital moved to a brand new institution on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in 2017. The new hospital will be integrated with BGMC and connected with a sky bridge. Our pediatric surgery rotations take place here.
One of the largest community hospitals in the Buffalo area, this general surgery service also represents one of our highest case volumes per rotation. Suburban hospital is located 20 minutes from downtown Buffalo. In addition to general surgery rotations here, interns will also take a month long rotation of endoscopy.
Located a short walk from BGMC, GVI, and the new Women and Children’s Hospital, Roswell Park represents one of the leaders in oncology research and care. Surgery rotations here include specialized surgical oncology care in soft tissue, melanoma, thoracic, head and neck, breast, and plastics services. RPCI also offers one of UB surgery’s biggest opportunities for research with exciting studies taking place in both the clinical and basic science settings.