The Otolaryngology-Orofacial Plastic Surgery program at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is a five-year residency, including the tracked internship. Established in 1979, Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills proudly supports the education and surgical training of Otolaryngology/Facial Plastics Surgery residents and has many ENT graduates across the country. This residency is approved by the AOCOO-HNS and fulfills requirements set by the guidelines for training. The program received ACGME Initial Accreditation, effective January 25, 2018.
The department of Otolaryngology prides itself on extraordinary care for each and every patient. Our mission is to train Otolaryngology residents and medical students to continue our tradition of providing compassionate, extraordinary care to a diverse population. The Beaumont, Farmington Hills Otolaryngology Residency Program is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience that prepares physicians to meet the demands of a contemporary medical and surgical practice in urban and suburban community hospitals. Residents learn to provide patient- and family-centered care, contributing to the health and well-being of patients throughout the community. The Otolaryngology residency program will continue to make every effort to instill core values of compassion, professionalism, integrity, and excellence.
The Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills Otolaryngology program aims:
- To educate and promote osteopathic principles of Otolaryngology in a community setting.
- To cultivate knowledgeable and compassionate Otolaryngologists dedicated to providing extraordinary care to the communities, patients, and families they serve.
- To prepare future Otolaryngologists with the clinical, humanistic, and professional skills necessary to deliver high quality care within the confines of effective and efficient resource utilization.
- To develop physicians, through progressive responsibility and experience, for the care and treatment of all patients in all aspects of Otolaryngology diseases and disorders
The residency provides a wide exposure to techniques involving management of head and neck pathology, pediatric ENT, head and neck trauma, airway emergencies, as well as post-operative care of patients. ENT residents provide all Emergency Department call and inpatient consultation services with supervision from attending physicians.
Affiliated with the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) ENT residents coordinate and participate in the Statewide Campus System (SCS) Otolaryngology Symposiums of
- Otology/Temporal Bone Lab
- Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Lecture and Anatomy Lab
- Coding and Billing
- Residency Leadership
The SCS is a partnership of twenty major osteopathic teaching hospitals and MSUCOM.