Clinical Education Sites

Emergency Medicine Residents spend some of their clinical rotation time working in the Emergency Departments at the following hospitals.

Milford Regional Medical Center
UmassMemorial Medical Center University and Memorial Campuses

Milford Regional Medical Center Click here for website

Milford Regional Medical Center (MRMC), a major affiliate of UMMS, is a 125 bed community hospital with training programs in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine and serves 18 communities southeast of Worcester. Residents in the UMMC program rotate through the Emergency Department during their first and second year.

The Attending to resident ratio allows individualized teaching in a state of the art department built in 2014. 

Milford Regional Medical Center Faculty

UMass Memorial Medical Center - University and Memorial Campus Click here for website

Memorial campus

The Memorial Campus is a major teaching affiliate of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The Memorial Campus is located at the intersection of Interstate 290 and Route 9; approximately a 1.5 mile drive from the University of Massachusetts Campus.

The Memorial Campus’ major clinical services include: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Neonatology, Hematology, Oncology, Primary Care, Cardiovascular Medicine, Surgery and Emergency Medicine.

The Memorial Campus is the regional perinatal center with the only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and is the regional transfer unit for high risk pregnancies. It is also the primary teaching site for Obstetrics/Gynecolgy of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The emergency medicine residents rotate through the Obstetrics /Gynecology service as part of their first year curriculum.

The Memorial Campus also operates several outpatient satellite facilities which provide a variety of services including Urgent Care, Diagnostics, Home Health Care, Rehabilitation and Therapy, and Sports Medicine.

The Memorial Campus is home to the New England Hemophilia Center which is one of ten nationally federally funded regional centers. The Medical School provides comprehensive care to over 300 hemophiliacs and their families. Additionally, the Medical School coordinates activities of seven other New England healthcare organizations that provide similar services.