One of the strengths of the Emory Pathology training program is the wide variety of facilities and practice environments the trainee is exposed to during residency.
A private university hospital on the University’s main campus, EUH serves as a tertiary care facility for a large portion of the Southeastern US.
A private hospital in downtown Atlanta, EUHM houses a mix of primary care, obstetrics, and subspecialty care.
A large public hospital in downtown Atlanta, Grady provides a wide range of primary, subspecialty, obstetric, and acute trauma care.
A nationally-recognized tertiary care pediatric hospital, CHOA serves children from around the Southeast and the nation.
Located adjacent to the main Emory campus, this Veterans Affairs hospital provides care for servicemen and women from around the Southeast.
Located adjacent to the main Emory campus, the CDC provides unique expertise and opportunities for trainees at Emory.
An NCI designated comprehensive cancer center with major programs in breast, genitourinary, lung, head and neck, brain, and hematopoietic malignancies.
Located in downtown Atlanta, the FCME provides forensics services to urban, suburban, and rural settings.
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