The Family Medicine Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Troy, offers residents an outstanding education in a highly supportive environment. We strive to cultivate knowledge, skill, compassion, leadership and lifelong learning principles in our residents. Our focus is to produce strong clinicians who can deliver high quality, comprehensive health care for patients and their families in a variety of practice settings.
Why Choose Beaumont
The strong educational training our residents receive; we are proud to say that our graduates have had a 100% board passage rate for over the past decade.
Residents get hands-on experience working with a leading industry electronic medical record (EPIC).
The program is dually accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). The program has been awarded the maximum accreditation by both organizations.
Our program allows residents to learn the role of primary physician first-hand because our residents see their own patients, representing a diverse population, in our state-of-the-art family medicine center.
Our program has excellent subspecialty support and our residents are able to work one-on-one with most of their attending physicians on most of their rotations.
The larger hospital system and our affiliation with the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine provide residents access to electives, subspecialists, technologies and research opportunities.
Residents have employment opportunities after graduation.
All of our faculty are board-certified and most are fellowship-trained.
Residents have the opportunity for additional exposure in the disciplines of obstetrics and sports medicine.
Eight new residents each year are chosen for our program through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
About the Family Medicine Center
The Family Medicine Center, where residents see their own patients, is a state-of-the-art facility that was built in 2009 and is attached by a pedestrian bridge to the Troy hospital. The surrounding communities are known to be safe, thriving and growing.
What to Expect During Your Residency
Residents have regular office hours: - first year: one half-day per week - second year: two to three half-days per week - third year: three to five half-days per week
Patient care is supervised by faculty and local family physicians with at least one preceptor for every three residents.
Residents are exposed to patients from surrounding communities ranging in size from small townships to large cities. Patients come from a variety of ethnic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. This diversity provides excellent training about varying patient needs, customs and values.