Stanton-Gerber Hall
Located on the campus of Quillen College of Medicine, which is a situated on the grounds of the Mountain Home Veteran's Administration, it is the proud center piece for the College of Medicine. The facility was opened in 2002 and houses administrative offices, academic units, research laboratories and classrooms for the medical school. Internal Medicine Grand Rounds are held here weekly. It also serves as the administration building for the Department and houses academic offices of full time faculty. The offices of the chair, Medical Student Course Director, Residency Training Director and Residency Coordinator are located here.

Ned McWherter Hall
Psychiatry Clinic/Administration
Didactic activities are held routinely in this building which houses the residents' resource library and offices for residents to see psychotherapy patients. This is the site for both general psychiatry outpatient clinic and the child psychiatry clinic operated by the Department of Psychiatry and staffed by the Faculty and Resident Physicians.

Johnson City Medical Center
The Johnson City Medical Center is a 443-bed facility not-for-profit, comprehensive, acute-care teaching hospital affiliated with East Tennessee State University. It is a Level I Trauma Center and has a dedicated emergency medical air transport service. The Internal Medicine residency service provides care for hospitalized patients of the full-time faculty and for the ambulatory patients of the university's general internists. The university service limits the maximum number of inpatients to maintain a comfortable resident-patient ratio and promote an educational training experience.
The patient population is an excellent one, encompassing all ages and disease processes. A full range of specialty and subspecialty care services and some of the most advanced diagnostic techniques add to the educational process. Residents provide Psychiatric Consultation & Liaison service.

James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center is located on 220 acres immediately adjacent to the university campus and the Johnson City Medical Center. The College of Medicine is located on the VAMC grounds. The VAMC offers our veterans with inpatient, ambulatory, short and long stay nursing care, as well as 550-bed domicile. Residents provide inpatient and outpatient care on both the medical and psychiatric services.

Wellmont Bristol Regional Medical Center
The region's newest hospital facility, it is a state-of-the-art campus completed in January, 1994. It is a physician-led 348-bed hospital situated on 125 acres and offers leading edge medical services and technologies. It is also the home of a dedicated Med/Psych unit and is also the primary provider of ECT in the area. Residents also provide care on a general medicine ward team with a strong emphasis on resident education.

Holston Valley Medical Center
A 544 bed facility offering a level one trauma center, serving the Kingsport, TN community for nearly 70 years. It is led by the same physician organization that manages Bristol Regional Medical Center. Internal medicine ward rotations occur here under the guidance of ETSU internal medicine faculty.

Woodridge Hospital
A 75-bed inpatient provider of mental health and chemical dependency services for children, adolescents and adults age 6 and older. The resident service includes rotations on the child & adolescent, high acuity, general and chemical dependency units. Residents work under the supervision and guidance of the ETSU Psychiatry faculty. Residents also provide care for patients enrolled in the Intensive Outpatient Progam.

ETSU Physicians and Associates
Clinical Education Building
Location of the general internal medicine continuity clinics, providing care for patients in the region and serving as an excellent teaching base for our residents. Each of the clinics is supervised by a faculty member of the Department of Internal Medicine.