Hospital Rotations

Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

The Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center opened its doors to patients in 1970, and since then has expanded with numerous additions and renovations in order to continue to provide state-of-the-art medical care.  We continue our commitment to enhancing the quality of life through improved health, the professional preparation of those who will serve the health needs of others, and the discovery of knowledge that will benefit all.  Our objective is to provide a range of fully integrated patient care services for the people of central Pennsylvania and beyond.  We strive to be a national leader in pursuing scientific investigation and developing programs to advance medical and scientific knowledge, which will ultimately contribute to the health of the public, the practice of medicine, and the education of health professionals.  Our 484-bed facility serves as a regional referral center and is a designated Level I Regional Trauma Center.  Three LIFE LION helicopters provide 24-hour-a-day aero-medical service emergency transport staffed by specially trained emergency medical teams.

Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital

The facility includes a total of 120 pediatric beds, 35 pediatric medical/surgical beds, 12 pediatric intensive care unit beds, in addition to beds in neonatal intensive care, rehabilitation, child psychiatry and pediatric intermediate areas.  The Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital is one of only four Level I Regional Trauma Centers in Pennsylvania with special designations for the treatment of pediatric patients.  The Radiology Department equipment is state-of-the-art in imaging technology.  Urology patients are seen in the pediatric urology clinic located in the University Physician’s building.

Lehigh Valley Hospital

Lehigh Valley Hospital made its start as the Allentown Hospital in 1899. It is now one of the largest and oldest licensed teaching hospitals in the state of Pennsylvania, and serves as a chief clinical campus for our Penn State University College of Medicine. Lehigh's Division of Urology actively participates in the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Urology resident educational program.  The division has been recognized for the past five years as among the best in the nation.