Named one of “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S. News and World Report in 2003, The University Hospital has provided the region, nation and even the world with high quality compassionate care, cutting-edge research and education for over 179 years. The University Hospital ranked in the top 50 hospitals for Ear, Nose and Throat, Hormonal Disorders and Respiratory Disorders.
The University Hospital was the first hospital in the United States founded primarily for teaching purposes. The University Hospital continues to be a major research and education institution. Many of the physicians at the hospital are also faculty physicians at the College of Medicine. In addition, The University Hospital participates in clinical trials, allowing it to offer patients the most innovative new treatments and technologies available.
The University Hospital, with 665 beds, provides a wealth of services, some of which can only be accessed here. These services include: The Neuroscience Institute; The Cancer Center; the Burn Unit, one of the few nationally-certified major adult burn treatment centers in the nation; and the region’s best-equipped and busiest Level I Trauma Center. University’s Transplant Center performs kidney, liver, pancreas, and heart transplants.
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