Committed to excellence, education and medical care
Providing outstanding training for our interns, residents, and fellows through supervised patient care, hands-on learning, simulations, and didactic education.
Our residents and fellows enjoy a balanced work-life learning environment here in the Truckee Meadow region.
Paired with one-of-a-kind experiences only found here
Our programs have so much to offer, and being in Reno offers quite a few perks! With Lake Tahoe a quick 30 minute drive, we have everything from the majestic Sierras to the vibrant downtown and midtown culture. Whether you like to hike, ski, hunt, fish, experience world class dining, go out to hip nightlife spots, or take in incredible art, Reno has something for everyone.
Rural medicine training programs
The Elko Family Medicine Residency Program gives residents the opportunity to understand the unique needs and practice of rural medicine throughout the state. Elko's hospital has a catchment area of 130 miles where our rural residents have exposure to all regional socio-economic groups and train in all areas of the hospital, with no closed units. They care for newborns, assist with c-sections, manage critical ICU cases, and become proficient in bread and butter pediatric and adult illnesses like pneumonia and asthma. The ER experience is robust, as Elko is a travel corridor with an active mining industry--allowing for exposure to a variety of trauma and other emergent medical issues.
NSHE and the University of Nevada, Reno, are committed to providing a place of work and learning free of discrimination on the basis of a person’s age (40 or older), disability, whether actual or perceived by others (including service-connected disabilities), gender (including pregnancy related conditions), military status or military obligations, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, national origin, race, color, or religion (protected classes).
The University of Nevada, Reno does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any education program or activity that it operates. Non-discrimination on the basis of sex is mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. §§ 1681 et seq.) and the corresponding implementation regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 106). The University’s commitment to nondiscrimination in its education programs and activities extends to applicants for admission and employment.
Inquiries concerning the application of these provisions may be referred to (or to both):
Maria Doucettperry, J.D.
Title IX Coordinator
University of Nevada, Reno
1664 North Virginia Street
Continuing Education Building
Telephone: (775) 784-1547
The Assistant Secretary of the United States Department of Education
U.S. Department of Education
Office for Civil Rights
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-1100
Telephone: (800) 421-3481
Fax: (202) 453-6012
TDD: (800) 887-8339
Information pertaining to the University’s grievance procedures and grievance process, including how to report or file a complaint of sex discrimination, how to report or file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how the University will respond can be found on the Equal Opportunity and Title IX website.