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Affiliated Hospitals and Health Systems WellSpan York Hospital

Located in York, Pennsylvania 

A member of the prestigious Council of Teaching Hospitals (COTH), WellSpan York Hospital has a long tradition of educational excellence. With nationally recognized residency programs in Dentistry, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopaedic Surgery, and General Surgery, WellSpan York Hospital is a leader in providing innovative and effective education for physicians in training. Fellowship training is available in Primary Care Sports Medicine and Hand Surgery, with an osteopathic Fellowship program in Gynecologic Oncology, as well as post-residency Fellowship programs in Emergency Ultrasound and Orthopaedic Trauma. With over 150 Residents and Fellows, the educational environment is robust. A fully staffed, high-tech Medical Simulation Center supports our training efforts, and has allowed us to become a leader in Interprofessional Education (IPE). Our dedicated faculty foster exceptional teaching experiences for medical students and we look forward to working with you during your clinical rotations here.

  • Regional Medical Campus
  • 596-bed community teaching hospital, including 60 ICU-level beds and a 63-bed psychiatric unit
  • Level-1 trauma center
  • 20 operating rooms where 7,500 inpatient surgeries and over 7,200 outpatient surgeries are performed annually
  • 4 Star Overall Rating from CMS

Michael A. Bohrn, MD

Michael A. Bohrn, MD

Director – Medical Education
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs


The Biden administration recently launched its new “Birthing-Friendly” hospital designation to recognize high-quality maternity care. Many of the hospitals recognized are affiliated with the College of Medicine as clinical education sites and we congratulate them for their excellence. The new designation aims to improve outcomes, as 80 percent of pregnancy-related deaths are preventable, with concerning disparities among racial and ethnic minority groups. (November 2023)

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