By actively supporting teaching and training missions within various medical and clinical programs, Hartgrove is dedicated to providing clinical leadership, expertise and education throughout our community. We’ve committed to equipping students from diverse clinical disciplines and educational institutions throughout the nation with the highest quality clinical training programs. Our clinical training series currently provides education for professionals in the fields of medicine, social work, psychology, nursing, substance abuse and pharmacy.
Hartgrove’s Physician Training Programs are proud to partner with the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Residency Program as part of the College of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry as well as the Rush University Medical Center Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse Psychiatry Residency Program and Rush University Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry Fellows.
Hartgrove is proud to work with the following schools as a part of our training program for psychological services:
- Chicago School of Professional Psychology
- Argosy University, Chicago
- Argosy University, Schaumburg
- Adler School of Professional Psychology
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- Capella University
- Roosevelt University
- The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Psychology training includes five clinical psychology doctoral level training programs:
- Inpatient psychodiagnostic
- Inpatient neuropsychology
- Inpatient psychotherapy
- PHP psychotherapy
- Outpatient psychotherapy
Nursing training programs provide educational partnerships for multiple nursing schools for various levels of professional nursing degrees and specialized training, including Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP). The schools we are currently working with are: Loyola University, Dominican University and Triton College.
Social work training programs provide 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 opportunities and learning lunches are offered by Hartgrove at no cost for providers in the community to help professionals earn continuing education credits. In 2014, Hartgrove offered over 100 trainings with more than 5,000 attendees.
Investing In the Future
Findings from the American Hospital Association show that hospitals with clinical training programs are an integral part of the mental health community. By investing in the future of healthcare providers and conducting medical research, they are indispensable in providing quality patient care. By creating an environment for students to continue to practice their skills in treating patients in a psychiatric treatment setting, we believe Hartgrove will continue to be a place of collaborative exchange, new ideas and thoughtful discourse. We offer a team approach to patient care by learning from one another.