This one is a lot easier. It says:
*In the case of the the hospital associated with Eiroku university (we’ll find out what ‘case’ that is when D gets done) and that in itself is the topic as indicated by 『は』. I had to google スーパーローテート方式 and find a Japanese website to find out it’s called the “super rotate method”. It’s with that method that something is done as indicated by 『で』.
Here’s some more information about it:
Clinical rotations comprise the last two years of medical education. During rotations, students shadow physicians and residents at teaching hospitals, have access to patients, and gain valuable hands-on experience. Their professors are physicians and students work with residents to solve complex medical dilemmas.