Please call 800-633-7377 for a personal consultation between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Residents will have staffing responsibilities every third weekend and 1 major and 1 minor holiday.
All residents entering the program must be fully licensed (passing of both the NAPLEX and Michigan law exam) by their start date. In the event that the resident is not licensed on their start date a one-month grace period may be granted. Such cases will be evaluated on an individual basis by the PGY-1 Program Director, the Director of Pharmacy and other preceptors as appropriate. Failure to become licensed during this one month period may result in dismissal from the program.
* for out-of-state residents the initial licensure can be in the state from which they graduated
Beaumont Hospital is located in the city of Royal Oak, Michigan. Located in Oakland County, Royal Oak’s close proximity to major freeways make it a convenient place to work and live. Royal Oak has the appeal of a small town with a growing downtown area. Downtown Royal Oak offers a wide variety of specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment. Many affordable options for housing are available in the surrounding areas. In addition, Birmingham, Clawson, Troy and Berkley are all located close to the hospital and are other areas to consider in your housing search. For further information, the following websites may be helpful:
Royal Oak and surrounding areas:
Beaumont also provides discounted housing services close to the hospital through Belle Court Apartments. More information can be obtained by calling 248-288-0715.
Licensure in Michigan First
Out-of-State Licensure First
· Apply using the “License by Examination form”
· Designate Michigan as “primary jurisdiction” when applying for NAPLEX
· Apply using the “License by Score Transfer form”
· Designate home state as “primary jurisdiction” when applying for NAPLEX