You can also call the appointment center to schedule, change or cancel an appointment or ask questions.
Beaumont hospitals in Troy and Royal Oak offer residents exposure to surrounding communities ranging in size from small townships to large cities. Our patients come from a variety of ethnic, cultural, religious and socioeconomic backgrounds. This diversity provides excellent training about varying patient needs, customs and values. Similar opportunities involving patients of all age groups are provided to physicians at the Family Medicine Center. As a result, Beaumont Family Medicine graduates are well-rounded physicians with the skills and talent necessary to serve the communities in which they practice.
The Family Medicine Center is attached by a pedestrian bridge to the Troy hospital. In addition to the clinical area, it houses the classroom, residents' area and faculty offices.
Residents have regular office hours one half-day per week during the first year, two to three half-days per week during the second year and three to five half-days per week during the third year. Patient care is supervised by faculty and local family physicians with at least one preceptor for every three residents.