University of Louisville Hospital
530 South Jackson Street, Louisville KY
University of Louisville Hospital (ULH), which opened in 1983, serves as the major teaching hospital for the University of Louisville School of Medicine students and housestaff officers. The hospital has a long-term funding commitment for hospital care of the medically indigent through the Quality Care Trust Fund, as well as financial support from the School of Medicine. ULH provides acute, trauma, and cancer care, plus offering a full range of diagnostic, therapeutic, emergency, and surgical services. It serves as Kentucky's only Level One Trauma Center and has a 24-hour helicopter emergency medical service.
ULH is the primary teaching facility for the obstetrics and gynecology residency program. Residents and faculty attendings care for all inpatient, outpatient, and clinic patients.
Clark Memorial Hospital
1120 Missouri Avenue, Jeffersonville IN
PGY-4 residents have a two-month gynecologic surgery rotation. Residents provide pre-operative, operative, and post-operative care for these patients. The private physician scrubs on each case providing supervision and teaching. In most cases, the resident is the primary surgeon.
Floyd Memorial Hospital
1850 State Street, New Albany IN
PGY-3 residents participate in a two-month gynecologic surgery rotation. Residents provide pre-operative, operative, and post-operative care for these patients with emphasis on the vaginal approach. The private physician scrubs on each case providing supervision and teaching. In most cases the resident is the primary surgeon.
Norton Hospital and Kosair Children’s Hospital
200 East Chestnut Street, Louisville, KY
PGY-2 residents complete a two-month Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) rotation. The majority of patients seen on this rotation are private patients of the FPMRS faculty. The resident sees ambulatory patients, participates in urodynamic assessments, determines whether medical or surgical therapies are needed, operates, performs the incontinence and pelvic floor reconstruction procedures, and follows the patients post-operatively.
PGY-2 residents also rotate with the Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Division at Norton/Kosair. They participate in office sessions and surgeries with the PAG faculty.
Norton Suburban Hospital
4001 Dutchman’s Lane, Louisville, KY
PGY-3 residents assist with and perform major surgeries while on the 10-week Private Gynecology Surgery rotation. This community hospital experience provides operative experience and an opportunity to work with physicians in private practice.
Norton Baptist Hospital Northeast
1025 New Moody Lane, La Grange KY
PGY-3 and PGY-4 residents rotate twice during two separate two-month gynecologic surgery rotations. Residents provide pre-operative, operative, and post-operative care for these patients.
200 Abraham Flexner Way, Louisville, KY
Residents on all four PGY levels operate with faculty as either assistants or primary surgeons at Jewish Hospital during oncology rotations. Oncology faculty members train, supervise, and evaluate each resident on this rotation.