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University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga

Originally established in 1974 as the Clinical Education Center of Chattanooga, UT COMC is under the leadership of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and its College of Medicine in Memphis. Its mission is to provide accredited medical education to medical students, residents-in-training and practicing physicians in Southeast Tennessee.

The primary clinical training site is the Erlanger Health System, an 850-bed teaching hospital that encompases

Regional Trauma Center
T. C. Thompson Children's Hospital
Willie D. Miller Eye Center
Plaza Ambulatory Care Center
Erlanger Medical Mall
Erlanger Bledsoe Internal & Geriatric Medicine
UT Family Practice Center
Chattanooga Life Style Center
Women's East Pavilion
Satellite clinical sites:
Dodson Aveneue and Alton Park

UT College of Medicine Chattanooga services include:

Medical Education for Medical Students
Medical Education for Residents
Medical Education for Practicing Physicians (CME)
Patient Care
Public Service

Residency training programs:

Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Orthopaedic Surgery
Plastic Surgery
Transitional Year

Fellowship programs:

Surgical Critical Care
Geriatric Medicine
Orthopaedic Trauma (non-accredited)
Vascular Surgery (July 2007)

UT COMC Website

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