Family Medicine Residency Program Goals
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The Doctors' Hospital of Michigan (DHM) Family Medicine Residency is a three-year program with six positions available each year. The program is a major affiliate of the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Most of the required rotations are available at the main hospital campus where residents work in collaboration with the experienced faculty.
The Family Medicine Residency program is enriched by DHM's membership in the Southeastern Michigan Center for Medical Education (SEMCME), a consortium of eight major teaching hospitals, two universities and the Detroit Medical Center.
The mission of the Doctors' Hospital of Michigan Family Medicine Residency program is to educate its graduates to be caring, competent and dedicated family physicians.
The residency program is proud of its 32-year heritage and its numerous achievements and awards in the course of its history. In its efforts to improve the lives of the surrounding community, the Family Medicine Center has earned national recognition from the American Academy of Family Physicians for its successful vaccination program for children. It is also one of the select few sites in Michigan to be designated as the "Patient Centered Medical Home".
The program is also proud to have one of the highest numbers of publications and scholarly activities in the Detroit area, a 100% pass rate for board certification
, as well as one of the highest scores in the recent American Board of Family Medicine's In-training Examination.
For further information, please contact Carol Samson
, Family Medicine Residency Program Administrator, at (248) 857-6700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org