Department of Surgery

Affiliated Hospitals

photo of dayton childrens hospitalDayton Children's Hospital

Fifty percent of the 155 beds in this modern pediatric center are devoted to surgery. Jeffrey C. Pence., M.D., is the site director. Two Wright State University residents, one resident from Grandview Hospital and one outside rotator provide the only general pediatric surgery resident involvement at this institution.


photo of good samaritan hospitalGood Samaritan Hospital

This institution has a 520-bed capacity of which 161 beds are devoted to surgical care. Laszlo Toth, M.D., is the site director. Emergency surgeries, as well as biliary, gastro-intestinal and cardiothoracic surgery are important at this full-service adult acute care facility. Six to eight Wright State University surgical residents are assigned to this institution.


photo of kettering medical centerKettering Medical Center

This 458-bed suburban hospital has 188 acute surgical beds. It provides a broad spectrum of general surgery and a dedicated Head and Neck Service. Rebecca Tuttle, M.D., is the site director.  Seven to eight Wright State University surgical residents are assigned to this institution.


photo of miami valley hospitalMiami Valley Hospital

This 865-bed facility provides extensive experience in trauma care. The regional trauma center and a regional burn unit for major adult thermal burns are located here. Linda Barney, M.D., and Alyssa Gans, M.D., are the site directors. Sixteen to eighteen Wright State University surgical residents are assigned to this site. The Department of Surgery's administrative offices are located at this institution, as well as the office of the chair, Mary McCarthy, M.D.


photo of dayton veterans affairs medical centerDayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center

This federal facility has 91 acute care beds and, together with its other chronic and extended care components, ranks as the second largest V.A. medical center in the nation. Dana Frazer, M.D., is the site director.  Five to six Wright State University surgical residents are assigned to this hospital.


photo of wright patterson medical centerWright-Patterson Medical Center

This 57-bed facility is a regional referral center for the Department of Defense Tricare Region V and is one of the premier medical training centers in the U.S. Air Force. It serves a large active duty and dependent population as well as the local community of military retirees. Three Wright State University surgical residents are assigned to this hospital per rotation.

 

 

Last edited on 07/13/2016.