Utilizing the resources of HCA East Florida Division, we have identified the finest training opportunities of individual hospitals to create outstanding medical student and graduate training programs.
JFK Medical Center North Campus is a 250-bed acute care facility (with an 88-bed psychiatric Pavilion) that was the first teaching hospital established between Miami and Orlando. JFK Medical Center North Campus has been actively involved in medical education since it was founded, in 1975.
Palms West Hospital is a 204 bed acute care facility located in a younger population area of Palm Beach County, which is among one of the fastest growing communities in the country. Palms West Hospital and the Children’s Hospital at Palms West currently host our premier residency training in Pediatrics, and serves as a training site for the emergency medicine residency programs at Aventura Hospital, and the anesthesiology residency at Kendall Regional Medical Center.
Located a few miles inland from The Treasure Coast beaches, St Lucie Medical Center serves Florida’s vibrant and rapidly growing Treasure Coast community. SLMC is a 229-bed acute-care, full service medical center, which is the first teaching hospital on the Treasure Coast. With a high emergency department volume and outstanding staff, this prestigious medical center is accredited for residency training in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine and a Traditional Rotating Internship.
University Hospital is a 317-bed hospital with a freestanding state of the art behavioral health facility. The Pavilion features four units with 30 semi-private patient rooms, cafeteria, gym, pool, and indoor and outdoor group areas. In partnership with the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center, University Hospital and Medical Center hosts PBCGME’s Psychiatry Residency Training Program.