The Family Medicine with Osteopathic Recognition Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is a three-year program following acceptance as a Family Medicine resident. Our program has Continued Accreditation by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) with Osteopathic Recognition, this residency program is fully approved by the Family Medicine Residency Review Committee (RRC) of the ACGME. All residency positions hold Osteopathic Recognition. Beaumont Farmington Hills Family Medicine Program provides all the essentials necessary for an outstanding graduate medical education and allows each resident to specialize in their area of personal interest.
A family practitioner can
- care for hospitalized patients
- develop an office-based practice
- work part time or full time
- work weekends, or choose not to
- service nursing homes
Farmington Hills has many distinct characteristics to the program:
- Osteopathic Recognition: Osteopathy is important and should be incorporated into all aspects of your training and patient encounters.
- We are comprehensive enough that all rotations can be within the Beaumont system. You do not need to travel far.
- Our location gives us a very diversified patient population both ethnically and socio-economically.
- We pride ourselves with pioneering the “Clinic First” model. We recognize how valuable your time is spent in the clinic. With the exception of 2 rotations of intern year, your clinic always is a priority in your training.
- All residency positions have Osteopathic Recognition. Osteopathy is an important component of our residency program and is incorporated into all aspects of your training and patient encounters.
- State Wide Campus System: We participate with the family medicine consortium through Michigan State University. This includes monthly didactic with procedural training and workshops based on a 3-year curriculum. Presently we have over 320 Family medicine
residents who attend the programs with the ability to learn and collaborate with them.
Advantages include the ability to diversify and or specialize within the scope of family practice depending upon your personal interest in
- procedural skills
- sports medicine
- hospitalist track
- OB track
- personalized program: electives/rotations based upon your interests and needs
Beaumont, Farmington Hills is affiliated with the State Wide Campus System (SCS) of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and offers training to
- medical students