Trauma Rotations:

  • Stroger Cook County Hospital
  • Mount Sinai Hospital

Resident Perks

Residency can be stressful - let's make it easier!

  • Meal cards and tickets at all clinical sites
  • Free parking or reimbursement at all clinical sites
  • $1,500 per year in Continuing Medical Education funds
  • 3 week-long vacations with protected time for annual conference chosen by the residents
  • Financial support for residents invited to present at conferences
  • Free membership to Club Res Fitness Center with pool located at Resurrection Medical Center

Resurrection is a three year training program at high acuity hospitals with a wide diversity of patient populations within Chicago. Thirteen residents per year are supported by caring and knowledgeable faculty through a graduated responsibility curriculum based on patient load and autonomy rather than acuity. Meaning first year residents get exposure to handling the sickest of the sick right off the bat!



We believe in a continuously evolving curriculum with resident-driven  didactics, both at bedside and during weekly conferences. Resident input is highly valued and allows us to develop relevant lectures conducive to all learning types. While not sacrificing clinical teaching, residents are also supported through in-service and board exams with a 100% pass rate over the past 11 years.


Resurrection Medical Center

Pediatric Rotations:

  • Rush Medical Center, Pediatric ICU
  • University of Chicago, Comer

Clinical Sites

RES + EMERGENCY MEDICINE

  • Northwest side of Chicago
  • 41,000 annual ED admissions
  • 31% admitted
  • Stroke and STEMI center
  • ~60% Medicare patients



Saint Francis Medical Center

  • Level 1 Trauma Center in a Northeast suburb of Chicago
  • Primary Stroke Center
  • 36,500 annual ED admissions
  • 22% admitted
  • ~50% Medicare/Medicaid

Additional EM Rotations:

  • Community First Medical Center
  • Mount Sinai Hospital

Program Info

General Overview