Teaching Hospitals: Preparing Tomorrow's Physicians Today, TrendWatch, June 2015

Teaching hospitals serve as centers for training future health care professionals, while also supporting an environment in which biomedical and clinical research can flourish, offering specialized services and providing patient care, often in the most disadvantaged communities.

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