As a Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology resident or fellow, you will have access to the highly regarded medical and research facilities also housed at Washington University Medical Center, including:
• Barnes-Jewish Hospital, one of the top hospitals in the United States and the largest adult care facility in Missouri
• St. Louis Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top pediatric facilities
• Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center, Missouri’s only NCI-designated cancer center
• Charles F. Knight Emergency & Trauma Center, St. Louis’ only accredited Level I trauma facility
• Center for Advanced Medicine, the St. Louis region’s most modern surgicenter
• Central Institute for the Deaf, a U.S. Department of Education award-winning program for children with hearing disabilities
In addition, our trainees can easily commute to several satellite locations around the St. Louis metropolitan area to participate in additional rotation opportunities and other opportunities.
• Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH) — Diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine services are provided by Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology at BJWCH, with recently expanded subspecialty imaging services. Residents spend one to two months at the faciolity, gaining exposure to working in a general radiology reading room reviewing a variety of studies. While working at BJWCH, residents will be able to participate, via video conferencing, in daily noon conferences presented at Mallinckrodt’s medical campus location.
• Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital (BJSPH) — Residents can rotate to BJSPH, a facility northwest of St. Louis (an approximate 30-minute commute) that provides services to residents of Warren, St. Charles, and Lincoln counties in Missouri. Imaging services are provided by full-time, on-site Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology faculty radiologists.