Research & Education

Research

Teaching hospitals like Bridgeport Hospital are where the best and brightest minds in medicine collaborate to provide the highest quality, clinically proven and most technologically advanced care possible.

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Education

Bridgeport Hospital is dedicated to providing outstanding educational programs to those already in or seeking to enter the healthcare profession.

The Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing has offered extraordinary programs since 1884. For more than four decades, The Bridgeport Hospital Nurse Anesthesia Program has distinguished itself educating nurse anesthetists. Our Graduate Medical Education programs prepare residents and fellows for exceptional careers.

Please see below for comprehensive information about all of Bridgeport Hospital's educational programs.

Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing

The School offers an intensive course of study in preparation for nursing and surgical technology in the 21st century within the dynamic setting of a full-service medical center.

Bridgeport Hospital Nurse Anesthesia Program

In conjunction with Fairfield University, Bridgeport Hospital's Nurse Anesthesia Program is a dynamic and challenging educational experience that offers the personal interaction and supervision necessary to develop excellent nurse anesthetists.

Graduate Medical Education

Bridgeport Hospital is a Yale-affiliated community teaching hospital. As a resident in training at Bridgeport Hospital in any of the seven residencies or as a fellow in one of the five fellowship programs, you receive preparation for a lifetime of learning. Training at Bridgeport Hospital provides you with clinical supervision, didactic lectures and clinical skill through bedside teaching, formal lectures and seminars, and graded patient care responsibility. Our residents go on to take subspecialty fellowships, assume junior faculty positions, or join an existing group practice.

Spiritual Care & Education Department

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) is interfaith professional education which brings theological students and ministers of all faiths (pastors, priests, rabbis, imams, and others) into supervised encounters with persons in crisis. Students develop new awareness of themselves as persons and of the needs of those to whom they minister. CPE is an experience in process education. The heart of CPE is ministry with people and learning through reflection, discussion, and evaluation with other students and supervisors.