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Clinical Training Sites
All clinical core rotations and electives will be provided to the students at the various university hospitals in Poland as well as the university approved training facilities/hospitals in the USA and Europe (whenever applicable).

If a student is allowed to take part in clinical clerkships in the United States, he/she is required to obtain permission from the office of the Dean of your medical university and HMI for his/her training outside Poland. Students taking part in clinical training outside Poland will be closely supervised and monitored by the teaching faculty of the hospital as well as the Director of Clinical Training. He or she will be in direct communication with the Dean of Clinical Education at the University and will maintain the integrity and standards set by the University.

Students participating in clerkships outside Poland are required to train at the clinical training hospitals/facilities jointly approved by Hope Medical Institute and the Dean of Clinical Training of the University.

Please Note: In order to meet the licensing requirements set by the majority of states in the United States, it is important that the training in the United States be conducted at hospitals and training facilities which are approved for residency training.

All core and elective rotations must be completed at an affiliated hospital. However, you may complete up to 8 weeks of electives at a non-affiliated institution approved to teach in that specialty.
Under no circumstances may more than 8 weeks of clinical training be completed at a non-affiliated hospital. It is important that students complete their electives and other clinical training only at training facilities where a corresponding residency training program is in existence. For example, if a student wants to participate in a clerkship for emergency medicine at a non-affiliated hospital, then the student should make sure that the hospital is approved for a residency training program in emergency medicine. When a student participates in clinical training at a non-affiliated hospital, the student should first seek permission from the Dean and the Director of Clinical Training at Hope Medical Institute.

The following are the affiliated hospitals approved for clinical training:

United States & Canada

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Brooklyn, New York
Located in an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood directly on the border of northern Brooklyn and western Queens, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is a 350-bed teaching hospital.
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is a 784 bed non-profit full service acute care teaching hospital in the heart of Brooklyn, NY. It serves one of Brooklyn’s most culturally diverse communities.
Interfaith Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY
Interfaith Medical Center is a multi-site community teaching health care system which provides a wide range of services throughout Central Brooklyn, New York. The institution operates a hospital with 287 beds and ambulatory care network of 16 clinics stretching across the Central Brooklyn communities of Crown Heights and Bedford- Stuyvesant.
NiagaraFalls Memorial Medical Center
Niagara Falls, NY
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center has been meeting the health care needs of the Greater Niagara community for more than a century. What began as a small emergency hospital in 1895 has evolved into Niagara’s Premier Health Network, with extensive inpatient and outpatient services and an impressive array of wellness programs and support groups.
Brentwood Hospital
Shreveport, LA
Brentwood Hospital provides quality psychiatric and addictive disease treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. We provide these services for Louisiana, South Arkansas and East Texas.
Jackson Park Hospital
Chicago, IL
Jackson Park Hospital (JPH) has served the healthcare needs of patients and the community on the south side of Chicago for nearly one hundred years. The hospital’s dedicated staff continuously strives to provide quality healthcare in a caring and compassionate manner with continuous quality improvement and patient safety as its focus and desired outcome. The hospital offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient diagnostic, therapeutic and ancillary services with a commitment to medical education at all levels.

EUROPE

Katowice, Poland

SP Centralny Szpital Kliniczny im. Prof. Kornela Gibinskiego SUM w Katowicach ul.
Medykow 14, Katowice
Katowice, Poland

SP Szpital Kliniczny Nr 6 SUM w Katowicach,
Gornoslaskie Centrum Zdrowia Dziecka i. Jana Pawla II,
ul. Medykow 16, Katowice,
Katowice, Poland

SP Szpital Kliniczny im. A. Mieleckiego SUM w Katowicach,
ul. Francuska 20/24, Katowice,
Katowice, Poland

SP Szpital Kliniczny Nr 7 SUM w Katowicach – Gornoslaskie Centrum Medyczne im.
Prof. Leszka Gieca,
ul. Ziolowa 45/47, Katowice,
Katowice, Poland

SP Szpital Kliniczny Nr 5 SUM w Katowicach,
ul. Ceglana 35, Katowice,
Katowice, Poland

Wojewodzki Szpital Specjalistyczny Nr 5,
Plac Medykow 1, Sosnowiec,
Public Clinical Hospital 1

ul. Staszica 16,
20-081 Lublin, Poland
Public Clinical Hospital 4

ul. Jaczewskiego 8,
20-954 Lublin, Poland
Pediatric Clinical Hospital

ul. Chodźki 2,
20-093 Lublin, Poland