Quinnipiac University Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine

Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine Training Sites and Locations

Residents spend their first year in Bridgeport, CT, the most populous city in the state of Connecticut. In years two and three, residents learn, work and live in two municipalities — Winsted, a small town of about 6,500 residents, and Torrington, a larger city of 34,000 residents. Residents complete the majority of their training at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, our primary teaching hospital, as well as the Winsted Clinic, our primary continuity care clinic.

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Training Sites and Locations

This program stands out thanks to our strong commitment to the local community that we serve here in Connecticut. Across all of our training sites, you'll partner with faculty who are committed to teaching and who act as excellent role models and mentors. 

St. Vincent's Medical Center

The majority of training in the PGY-1 year takes place at St. Vincent's Medical Center. Founded in 1903, St. Vincent’s is a 473-bed community teaching and referral hospital with a Level II trauma center. Here, residents learn and train in inpatient medicine, emergency medicine, intensive care, obstetrics and behavioral health.

Learn more about St. Vincent's Medical Center

Most of PGY-2 and PGY-3 is spent at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrington, CT. Charlotte Hungerford is a 122-bed community hospital that serves as a regional healthcare resource for 100,000 residents of Litchfield County and Northwest Connecticut.

In addition to inpatient and emergency medicine training at the hospital, residents train in several associated subspecialty offices that are either on campus or nearby. Other trainees at the hospital include residents from the new Quinnipiac Rural Psychiatry Residency Program. 

Learn more about Charlotte Hungerford Hospital

The Hartford HealthCare Health Center in Winsted, CT serves as the resident continuity clinic. This multispecialty building houses a primary care clinic across the hall from rotating subspecialists including OBGYN, neurology, vascular surgery, podiatry, general surgery and cardiology.

Elsewhere in the building, you'll find physical and occupational therapy, cardiac and pulmonary rehab, a freestanding emergency department, a blood draw center and imaging services including CT, ultrasound, mammography and X-ray.

Learn more about Winsted Clinic

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Traci Marquis Eydman

Dr. Traci Marquis-Eydman

Director, Rural Family Medicine Residency

Associate Professor of Family Medicine

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Diane Slosser

Diane Slosser

Program Coordinator, Rural Family Medicine Residency

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Stephanie Morton

Dr. Stephanie Morton

Associate Director, Rural Family Medicine Residency

Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

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