As one of New England’s largest healthcare systems, Baystate offers you a tremendous range of practice and academic opportunities including education and research.
Do you prefer a hospital-based environment? Baystate Medical Center is Massachusetts’ third-largest acute-care hospital, and also the home of Baystate Children’s Hospital, while Baystate Franklin Medical Center, Baystate Noble Hospital, Baystate Mary Lane Hospital and Baystate Wing Hospital are progressive community hospitals. All put their patients at the center of compassionate care.
Baystate Medical Practices includes more than 500 primary and specialty physicians and advanced practitioners bring their expertise to patients at over 60 locations across western Massachusetts.
Baystate Health is also an attractive career choice for its leading-edge research—from NIH-sponsored initiatives, clinical trials and Quality of Care Research to the latest advances in breast cancer, apoptosis, obesity, diabetes and metabolic disease. We also have strong cross-disciplinary partnerships with more than a dozen research organizations, universities, bio-medical groups and technology groups.
In addition, BMC is home to 24 residency and fellowship programs; allowing you to follow your desire to mentor, teach or supervise. Each year, BMC trains hundreds of residents and fellows, plus third- and fourth-year medical students from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Whatever your area of interest, you are free to expand, combine and finely tune your skills to shape the most rewarding career possible.
Discover the breadth and diversity of opportunities that await you at Baystate Health.
The University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate regional clinical campus (UMMS-Baystate) opens for the 2017-18 academic school year. This new partnership will expand the state’s only public medical school into Springfield and will be University of Massachusetts’ first regional medical school campus in western Massachusetts.
With the introduction of the Population-based Urban and Rural Community Health (PURCH) program at UMMS-Baystate, UMMS plans to increase its total class size from 125 students to 150 per year over the next two academic years. PURCH students will take basic science courses at the Worcester campus and complete their clinical requirements at the UMMS-Baystate campus. PURCH will provide clinical and clerkship opportunities for students who would like to benefit from UMMS-Baystate’s wide range of clinical settings as well as its expertise in population health and clinical effectiveness research.
This partnership has three goals tied to state and national health needs:
Expand access for students in Massachusetts who seek high-quality, more affordable medical education.
Expand opportunities to train generations of Massachusetts physicians in urban and rural primary care in order to meet tomorrow’s healthcare needs.
Expand our medical knowledge to reduce health disparities, make health care delivery more effective, and improve the well-being of our communities.
Medical Faculty Affairs Office:
Marc Labrie, B.A., Coordinator