Primary Teaching Sites

Yale-New Haven Medical Center 
Yale-New Haven Medical Center is the primary teaching institution for the Otolaryngology Residency Program. Over 7,000 otolaryngology OR cases are generated annually. Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven is only one of forty NCI designated cancer centers in the nation. The Otolaryngology Service provides a lead function in the Head and Neck Cancer disease management team.

Hospital of St. Raphael
Residents will receive private practice experience and a variety of general otolaryngology cases. Approximately 3,000 cases are seen in the OR. 

Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The VA rotation provides a clinical experience in faculty supervised clinics and operating rooms. The residents are exposed to varied otolaryngologic problems with an emphasis on head and neck surgery. Approximately 2,000 cases are seen in the OR. 

Retreat at Split Rock
Residents on the VA rotation will also rotate through the Retreat at Split Rock where a full complement of cosmetic and reconstructive surgical procedures are offered in a very private setting.

Hill Health Clinic
Hill Health Clinic is a federally qualified community health center established in 1968 in collaboration between the community and Yale Medical School. Residents participate in general ENT outpatient and allergy/immunology clinics.