Teaching Hospital

Hartgrove Behavioral Health System strongly supports the teaching and training missions within various medical and clinical programs.  We are committed to providing the highest quality clinical training programs for students from various clinical disciplines and educational institutions throughout the nation. Our clinical training series currently provides education for professionals in the fields of medicine, social work, psychology, nursing, substance abuse, and pharmacy. In addition, we remain dedicated to provide clinical leadership, expertise, and education throughout our healthcare community.

  • Physician Training Programs include:
    • University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Residency Program – College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry
    • The School of Medicine, Caribbean
  • Psychology Training includes five Clinical Psychology Doctoral Level Training Programs:
    • Inpatient Psychodiagnostic Program
    • Inpatient Neuropsychology Program
    • Inpatient Psychotherapy Program
    • PHP Psychotherapy Program
    • Outpatient Psychotherapy Program
  • Nursing Training Programs provides educational partnerships for multiple Nursing Schools for various levels of professional nursing degrees and specialized training, including Advanced Nurse Practitioners
  • Social Work Training Programs provides intensive instruction and professional development in various aspects of social work, including a broad clinical experience through multiple clinical levels of care and settings
  • CEU Training: Hartgrove Behavioral Health System offers no-cost training opportunities and “learning lunches” for providers in the community to receive training with CEU credits. In 2014, Hartgrove offered over 100 trainings with over 5,000 attendees

 

“Teaching hospitals train future health care professionals, conduct medical research and fulfill a distinct and vital role in delivering patient care. While many hospitals offer comprehensive care, teaching hospitals have additional capabilities to deliver sophisticated diagnostic and treatment services.”   “Teaching hospitals play distinct roles in their communities’ care delivery systems, offering specialized services not available at other facilities.” Trend Watch, Teaching Hospitals: Their Impact on Patients and the Future Health Care Workforce, American Hospital Association, September 2009