Network for Continuing Medical Education

May 13, 2017
3 The Network for Continuing

Graduate medical education experienceThe Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Medical Education Consortium offers excellent graduate medical education (GME) opportunities in the and Pa., regions.

Erie Region

The AHN Medical Education Consortium's GME programs in the Erie region are sponsored by Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie, Pa. Students, residents, interns, and fellows enjoy a mission-driven educational experience at this tertiary-care hospital that also includes a free-standing, same-day surgery center; more than 20 primary and specialty care practices; four outpatient rehabilitation sites; inpatient rehabilitation; inpatient and outpatient behavioral services; a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; and strategic affiliations with several community hospitals, physicians and providers. Additional outpatient centers include the Saint Vincent Imaging Center, Saint Vincent Endoscopy Center, the Saint Vincent Occupational Health Center and Saint Vincent Urgent Care. For more information:

Saint Vincent Hospital Medical Education Department

Mailing address:
Saint Vincent Hospital
232 West 25 St
Erie, PA 16544

Phone: 814.452.5100 or 1.800.730.3003

Pittsburgh Region

The AHN Medical Education Consortium's GME programs in the Pittsburgh region are based at Allegheny General Hospital, Forbes Hospital, or West Penn Hospital but they also include a rich spectrum of clinical opportunities at various AHN locations in the Pittsburgh region, including other hospitals, outpatient care centers, clinics, and physician practices.

For more information about AHN's GME programs in Pittsburgh:

Mailing address:

Source: www.ahn.org
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