Training Sites

Hospitals at which University of Louisville Med-Peds Residents work and learn.

Med-Peds residents spend the majority of their inpatient time at one of our four main teaching hospitals: University Hospital, VA Medical Center, Jewish Hospital, and Norton Children's Hospital. There are several outpatient facilities as well.  

 See the clinic sites at which our residents practice outpatient medicine.

Norton Children's Hospital

Norton Children's Hospital is Kentucky's only full-service, free-standing pediatric care facility dedicated exclusively to caring for children and is an advocate for the health and well-being of all children. The 267-bed hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine and is a level one trauma center. There is a 26 bed Pediatric ICU with a robust cardiovascular surgery program as well as a newly opened Transitional Care Unit. The  state-of-the-art 101-bed neonatal intensive care unit includes ECMO (artificial lung) capabilities as well as pediatric cardiac, bone marrow and kidney transplant programs. The emergency department has the region's only trauma center for children. Med-Peds residents work with hospitalists, subspecialists, and emergency medicine specialists to become proficient in the complete care of ill children. The non-medical services, such as pediatric surgery and its subspecialties, pediatric radiology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry all lead to enhanced learning.



 University of Louisville Hospital

The University Hospital is the primary Internal Medicine inpatient teaching site for our residents. It is an academic hospital in the center of Downtown Louisville with a world-renowned level one trauma center, a nationally accredited stroke center and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Our knowledge of the latest medical treatments and techniques ensures patients at University Hospital receive the most up-to-date treatment in the region. The current facility has 404 beds and is affiliated with University of Louisville - staffed by over 500 physicians. Residents are assigned to the four general medicine services, two of which are staffed by our hospitalists. In addition, residents rotate in the MICU and CCU, and on subspecialty services.




Rex Robley VA Hospital

The Robley Rex Veterans Affairs Medical Center is the other major affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Louisville. Services here are focused primarily on medicine, surgery, neurology, and psychiatry. Located approximately three miles from the University of Louisville Hospital, it is a full service facility with 114 inpatient beds including 24 critical care beds (MICU-CCU 16 beds, SICU 8 beds). Forty thousand Kentuckiana area veterans obtain their medical care at the Louisville VA as do veterans and active duty military service members from nearby Fort Knox. In addition to medicine wards and intensive care rotations, Med-Peds residents do consult medicine and palliative care rotations. Many residents elect to take their outpatient subspecialty rotations, such as their diagnostic cardiology elective, at the VA.



 Jewish Hospital

Jewish Hospital is a 462 bed regional hospital that has served the Louisville community for the past 100 years. It is located one block from the University of Louisville Hospital and is adjacent to Norton Children's Hospital. Jewish is nationally recognized for it's advanced heart program. Noted for numerous medical firsts in Kentucky, the nation and the world, Jewish Hospital is the site of the nation's first four hand transplants, and the world's first and second successful AbioCor™  Implantable Replacement Heart Transplant. The hospital is federally designated to perform five solid organ transplants - heart, lung, liver, kidney and pancreas.