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Exceptional emergency medicine training in a hybrid academic and community setting that prepares residents to become outstanding clinicians and future leaders.

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Our History

Our Emergency Medicine residency has a long-standing tradition of training exceptional EM physicians. Started in 1984 by Dr. Judith Tintinalli. We now have an extensive global alumni network and have trained many national leaders of emergency medicine. We offer residents a hybrid experience with exposure to a diverse patient population with the benefits of both a large community hospital and an academic center. We are affiliated with Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.

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Top 10 busiest emergency departments in the nation. There is no shortage of adult and pediatric pathology to learn from.



Newly renovated and expanded facility in 2019 with state of the art bedside diagnostics.



Tertiary care center and level I trauma center with high acuity patient population.

Quick Facts

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Residency Positions

PGY 1-3

Program Type


Royal Oak
EM Faculty


Peds ED Visits IN 2023


ICU Admission Rate IN 2022

Unopposed 2nd EM Training Site

Hybrid Academic and Community Experience


The Team

Camaraderie and wellness are key to any team. Our Royal Oak EM family consists of 42 board-certified EM faculty including over a third of our faculty who are either fellowship trained or dual boarded physicians and 42 fantastic and diverse residents.


We know how important it is to maximize your exposure and capitalize on your education while thoughtfully balancing your wellness. At William Beaumont University Hospital, you will get exceptional training in a supportive environment. You will begin your training with an orientation month, filled with team-building opportunities and ways to get to know your faculty and classmates. Throughout your training, you will spend a significant amount of time in the ED with the majority of off-service rotations completed within your PGY1 year. Critical care months are built into your schedule during your PGY1 and PGY2 year with a total of 7 months of dedicated critical care time. You will have the opportunity to care for patients in our large community site, spend dedicated time in our pediatric emergency center, and spend a month on our unique Research and Resuscitation rotation. All of this training will maximize your exposure and prepare you to expertly care for any patient who presents for emergency care.

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Become part of the William Beaumont University Hospital Family

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"Beaumont University Hospital and the people within this residency program will always hold a special place in my heart. I look back on these past three years with great joy and admiration. I feel grateful to have received the highest level of medical training from extraordinary educators while also being afforded time to grow personally, make life-long friends, and have countless laughs along the way."
— Cole Gleason, MD
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