The General Surgery Residency program at Beaumont Hospital is a fully accredited five-year program, with an additional mandatory year in surgical research. The program offers five first-year categorical positions through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). In addition, we offer general surgical training for two years to two residents accepted into the Urology program at Beaumont Hospital ("designated" preliminary residents) as well as two non-designated preliminary surgical intern positions.
The overarching goal of the General Surgery Residency program at Beaumont Hospital is to prepare residents to function as independent, dedicated and highly skilled practitioners of general surgery or the related subspecialties. To achieve this goal we intend to provide an educational experience that fosters learning not only in the cognitive, technical, practice and systems-based skills required of a board-certified surgical specialist, but also in the interpersonal, ethical and professional qualities of a compassionate and highly competent physician.
The Department of Surgery at Beaumont Hospital is one of the busiest in the nation with over 50,000 combined cases annually. The surgical residents are exposed to a wide variety of cases through both general and subspecialty surgery rotations. The trauma surgery division maintains a Level I trauma certification, and is one of the busiest in southeastern Michigan. The program has formal academic affiliations with Wayne State University and the University of Michigan where residents may do rotations. In addition, medical students from Wayne State University rotate through the Department of Surgery during their clinical training.
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