Beaumont HospitalProfessional Education

Dermatology Residency, Trenton

FAQs

Does Beaumont Hospital, Trenton offer an internship that is linked or tracked to the dermatology program?

The American Osteopathic College of Dermatology and Beaumont Hospital, Trenton do not offer linked or tracked internships into the dermatology program.


When should I apply to the dermatology program?

Applicants must first complete an AOA-approved internship before beginning the dermatology residency program. Candidates must therefore apply during their internship year.


Is preference given to dermatology program applicants who complete their internships at Beaumont Hospital, Trenton?

Special preference is not given to applicants who complete their internships at Beaumont Hospital, Trenton. However, our interns are given first choice and priority access when scheduling dermatology rotations.


What are the program’s affiliations?

The Beaumont Medical Center - Trenton Dermatology Program is also part of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Statewide Campus System. 


What qualities and skills do successful applicants have?

In addition to outstanding academic credentials and board scores, successful applicants have the ability to work well within a team and to easily develop rapport with patients and colleagues. Candidates should also have excellent hands-on and surgical skills as well as a strong commitment to research and learning.


When are interviews held?

Interviews are usually held in late fall or early winter.


Yes. The program offers a weekly residents’ clinic every Tuesday afternoon. Residents are encouraged to provide long-term continuity of care for their own group of patients. The clinic is supervised by the Program Director.


What types of educational conferences will I be able to attend as a dermatology resident?

All dermatology residents are required to attend the annual American Osteopathic College of Dermatology Conference, at which they will take their yearly in-service examination. Residents are also strongly encouraged to attend the annual American Academy of Dermatology Conference. In addition, residents may have periodic opportunities to attend other dermatology, cosmetic, or board review conferences.


What types of rotations make up the core curriculum?

Residents complete rotations in general dermatology as well as cosmetic surgery, Mohs surgery, dermatopathology, and electives.


Student housing

Is student housing available for rotators?

Yes. Student and intern housing is available.

  • contact the Department of Medical Education at 734-671-3297 for more information regarding housing

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