ChristianaCare is one of the largest community-based teaching hospitals conducting research in the United States. Robust partnerships in clinical, translational and outcomes research boost ChristianaCare’s national reputation and speed new ideas, technologies and treatments to communities challenged by today’s most pressing health concerns.
Our commitment to exploring the science of medicine keeps clinicians at the top of their specialties and attracts the brightest and the best to serve as faculty and mentors in our fully accredited graduate medical education programs and undergraduate student rotations, where tomorrow’s health providers learn state-of-the-science medical care.
More than a century of clinical and academic excellence.
The Office of Academic Affairs is the clearinghouse for all academic activities within ChristianaCare.
ChristianaCare has clinical agreements with numerous colleges and universities throughout the country allowing students to participate in clinical experiences.
ChristianaCare offers shadowing experiences for students age 16 and over.
ChristianaCare is granted authority to approve internal quality improvement efforts as meeting portfolio program standards and guidelines.
Ten qualified ChristianaCare employed caregivers will have the chance to explore a new profession and be paid to earn their certificate as a Medical Assistant.
FICA Refund for Medical Residents January 1995 – March 2005
Helen F. Graham Cancer Center hosts Schwartz Center Rounds—unique, multidisciplinary sessions in which hospital staff explore the emotional side of caregiving.
ChristianaCare has developed a Fire Risk Assessment score that is incorporated into the Universal Protocol process for all procedures.
The Academy facilitates changes in health care delivery to create innovative, effective and affordable systems of care that our neighbors value.
At ChristianaCare’s Virtual Education and Simulation Training Center, babies are born every day, just as they are in a real hospital.