During your training, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at one or more of the inpatient and outpatient locations of ChristianaCare.
Large academic, suburban hospital
A 906-bed, 1.3-million-square-foot, modern facility in Newark, Delaware, Christiana Hospital provides a level of care only available in large-scale teaching hospitals. Christiana Hospital includes Delaware’s only Level I trauma center (as verified by the American College of Surgeons), which is prepared to handle the most extreme medical emergencies for adults and children. In fact, it is the only Level I trauma center on the East Coast corridor between Baltimore and Philadelphia. The nationally recognized Center for Heart and Vascular Health, Helen F. Graham Cancer Center and Research Institute, and Women’s Health services are located on the Christiana Hospital campus. Christiana Hospital has 26 operating rooms (including a four-room advanced videoscopy suite), and a 10 operating room surgicenter.
Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute
Delaware is home to one of the most advanced cancer centers in the country. Located on ChristianaCare’s main campus, the beautifully designed and landscaped 200,000 square foot Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute
is a state-of-the art facility that serves the majority of cancer patients in the State and surrounding area. The Graham Cancer Center features advanced medical, surgical and radiation procedures and diagnostic services. The Cancer Center is home to some of the most advanced cancer-fighting technology in the world, including the Cyberknife
and da Vinci
robotic surgery systems. Our Breast Center
features Delaware’s only dedicated breast MRI scanner.
In addition to clinical trials, the Graham Cancer Center has a translational cancer research program, the Cawley Center for Translational Cancer Research (CTCR) that brings scientific discoveries from the bench to the bedside of patients, investigating breast cancer
, colon cancer
, radiation oncology
and tissue engineering
. The Graham Cancer Center conducts industry-leading genetic engineering cancer research at the Gene Editing Institute