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Gastroenterology Fellowship, Farmington Hills

About

The gastroenterology fellowship at Beaumont, Farmington Hills is designed to provide excellent clinical training to prepare fellows for a career in clinical practice in a community setting. We provide all trainees a broad experience in clinical gastroenterology. In addition, we have unique experiences in several areas including hepatobiliary diseases with extensive exposure to endoscopic ultrasound and diagnostic and therapeutic ERCP. Fellows are provided intense exposure to liver transplantation through their hepatology rotations. Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is located in Southern Oakland County, a very diverse area with a population from a wide range of racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. This diversity creates an outstanding opportunity to manage a wide variety of medical conditions and fascinating diseases. Many of the patients under the care of our fellows are from underserved populations. Following the satisfactory completion of the program, the fellow is board eligible for certification in gastroenterology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Program Benefits

Competitive salary and benefits are provided to all resident and fellows. In addition, the Gastroenterology Fellowship program provides:

  • Access to extensive Beaumont Health library, resources, databases, E-books, E-journals, reference tools, board reviews online, and mobile applications.
  • Annual membership in the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), and the Neurogastroenterology Society.
  • Educational resources to the various societies, including: DDSEP Board Review and “AGA University” (through AGA), American Journal of Gastroenterology (through ACG), and more.   
  • Access to comprehensive Gastroenterology materials (both online and text) including: Yamada, Sleisenger and Sternberg Best Practices Course.
  • Allocated funds for senior fellows to attend board review courses.
  • SEMCME research workshop series, SEMCME chief and resident workshop.
  • Allocated funds for attendance to annual Gastroenterology conferences (AASLD, ACG or DDW) .
  • Many courses, workshops, and symposia throughout residency training, including research courses at Beaumont through the Research Institute, financial planning, Beaumont University, and related lectures.

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