Hospitals

Sinai HospitalSinai Hospital of Baltimore

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore provides a broad array of high quality, cost-effective health and health-related services to the people of greater Baltimore. Central to its role is the provision of undergraduate and graduate medical education and educational programs to other health professionals, employees and the community at large.

With a mission that includes the teaching of future generations of health professionals, Sinai shares many of the characteristics of a university-owned hospital. Its own distinguished full-time faculty, many of whom are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields, hold teaching positions at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Sinai Hospital is the main teaching hospital for the general surgery residency. The faculty members are strongly invested in resident education and aim to maximize the knowledge and skills gained from conferences, operative time and floor rounds.

Northwest Hospital

Exterior of Northwest HospitalNorthwest Hospital, located in Randallstown, serves the health care needs of the northwest Baltimore metro area, including Baltimore County, western Baltimore City, and Carroll and Howard counties. It was established in 1962 as Liberty Court Rehabilitation Center, and in 1963 became Baltimore County General Hospital. In 1993, it changed its name to Northwest Hospital.

Northwest Hospital strives to improve the well-being of the community by nurturing relationships between the hospital, medical staff and patients. A not-for-profit organization, Northwest is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which exceptional care and service is achieved and recognized by patients and their families, members of the medical and allied health staffs, employees, volunteers and all communities served. Northwest is an all-private-room hospital with 254 beds.

As one of the hospitals under the LifeBridge Health umbrella, Northwest provides a unique look at community general surgery. In addition, its state-of-the-art SurgiCenter performs a multitude of plastic surgery and breast procedures. A new resident rotation was created in July 2016 to enhance residents' exposure to bariatric surgery, advanced minimally invasive surgery, breast surgery, general and emergency surgery, and wound care.

Carroll Hospital

Carroll hospital

After a tremendous outpouring of community support, Carroll County General Hospital opened its doors on October 1, 1961.
Today, as throughout its history, hospital staff remain deeply dedicated to their patients. Although the county's population has more than tripled these past five decades, it's still a tight-knit community where doctors, nurses and staff treat their friends, neighbors and family.

On March 27, 2015, members of Carroll County Health Services Corporation, parent company of Carroll Hospital, voted to approve an affiliation agreement with LifeBridge Health to offer new services and expanded care for the people of Carroll County and the greater Baltimore region. On April 1, 2015, Carroll Hospital officially became a subsidiary of LifeBridge Health. The Carroll Hospital rotation allows residents to hone their advanced laparoscopy skills in an apprenticeship model.


The Johns Hopkins Hospital

HopkinsThe Johns Hopkins Hospital is one of the premier teaching institutions in the country. Sinai Hospital has a long-standing history of academic affiliation with Hopkins: until 2005, residents from the Johns Hopkins general surgery residency program rotated full time at Sinai Hospital as one of the integrated training sites. The core general surgery faculty as well as faculty in various other specialties at Sinai hold faculty appointments at Hopkins and are involved in collaborative research efforts.

As part of the Sinai Surgery program, residents will attend grand rounds and visit the animal lab at Hopkins on a monthly basis.

The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center

R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma CenterThe R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center is one of the country's busiest trauma centers. The faculty is highly diverse, academic and focused on teaching. The Sinai Surgery resident spends four weeks on the soft tissue service, where he or she will learn, in one-on-one training with the attending and highly experienced mid-level providers, the care of complicated soft tissue injury and infection.   Sinai residents may also do elective time on the trauma service in their PGY 4 year.



Greater Baltimore Medical Center

GBMC is a community hospital located in Towson with the mission to provide medical care and service of the highest quality to each patient leading to health, healing and hope.  While not under the Lifebridge Health umbrella, several Sinai physicians are also credentialed at GBMC and perform complex thoracic and surgical oncology procedures.  In addition, the GBMC comprehensive breast center sees more patients than any other program in the region.  Sinai surgery residents started rotating on the breast service in 2018 and the rotation has had such great reviews that several residents have chosen to pursue elective time at GBMC as well.