Transitional Year Residency Hospitals
Tour of Iowa Methodist Medical Center as a Transitional Year Resident
Providing education and experience at these locations:
Iowa Methodist Medical Center
Iowa Methodist Medical Center providing a broad spectrum of hospital-based services including, cancer treatment, cardiac care, maternity and women's services, emergency and trauma treatment, physical rehabilitation, wellness programs, surgery, orthopaedics and critical care.
Iowa Methodist is the designated trauma center for the Central Iowa region.
Iowa Methodist Medical Center is part of UnityPoint Health - Des Moines, which includes four hospitals: Iowa Methodist Medical Center, Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Blank Children's Hospital and Methodist West Hospital; a cancer center, John Stoddard Cancer Center; more than 50 UnityPoint Clinic locations; UnityPoint at Home; and UnityPoint Hospice.
Blank Children's Hospital
Blank Children's Hospital provides a comprehensive array of medical care services and family support services including: inpatient services, outpatient clinics, pediatric emergency department and outreach services in the community,
Blank Children's features more than 80 pediatric specialists uniquely skilled in providing medical care to children. The number of pediatric medical specialists, programs and services is constantly growing to improve care and meet the changing health needs of children.
VA Central Iowa Healthcare System
The VA Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa, is a 100 bed acute care hospital providing acute and specialized medical and surgical services, residential outpatient treatment programs in substance abuse and post-traumatic stress and a full range of mental health and long-term care services, as well as sub-acute and restorative rehabilitation services and a domiciliary.
The medical center has an active graduate medical education program.
Broadlawns Medical Center
Broadlawns Medical Center is the largest publicly funded hospital in Iowa and provides a unique and rewarding environment for learning. Residents experience a variety of illnesses and health care issues that are not common to most programs. The teaching faculty are firmly committed to the mission of teaching and "caring for our community."