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Family Medicine with Osteopathic Recognition Residency, Farmington Hills


Meet our core clinical faculty 

The primary faculty includes four full-time Family Medicine physicians who supervise the residents’ continuity clinic and two Family Medicine physicians certified in additional sub-specialties. The director and associate program director handle program development, teaching, supervising and coordinating all aspects of resident education.

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Matthew Sebastian, DO
Program Director
Family Medicine

I was born and raised in Southeast Michigan, and attended Michigan State University for both undergrad and medical school. Go Green! I completed my residency at Botsford Hospital (Beaumont Farmington Hills) and have been on staff ever since. My favorite part of being involved in medical education is the energy and enthusiasm residents bring to the clinic. Outside of the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my wife and three boys. Particularly playing sports with them and spending time outdoors, especially on the water. 

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Carolyn Nelson, DO
Assistant Program Director
Family Medicine

I am now serving as Assistant Program Director.  I had developed our program and served as PD for the FM Residency for 30 years.  This year I passed the baton to Dr Sebastian.  I am proud to have guided our Program through ACGME accreditation. We now have full accreditation with NO citations.

I grew up in Farmington Hills.  I attended MSU for my Undergrad education and University of Osteopathic Medicine in Des Moines for medical School.  My residency in Family Medicine was at Botsford Hospital. I was originally in Private practice for many years and was asked to “restart” the FM Residency Program in 1987.  This began my adventures into academic medicine of which I have found to be just as rewarding as taking care of my patients and their families over all these years. I love teaching and have worked hard at adding faculty with the same passion. I am also Chair of the Department of Family Medicine and serve as the Lead Program Director of State-Wide-Campus System MSU.  I have been married since medical school with 4 children and now 3 grandchildren, grand dogs and horses.  I love the outdoors. Including bike riding, horseback riding, cross country downhill skiing and Big Family Dinners on Sunday.

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Annie Craib, DO
Teaching Faculty
Family Medicine

I grew up in Saint Clair Shores, Michigan. I attended Wayne State University for undergrad and went to Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine for medical school. I completed my residency at Beaumont Farmington Hills and decided to stay on as core faculty. I love traveling. My favorite spots so far include San Sebastián, Spain and Bar Harbor, Maine. I also enjoy cooking, being outdoors, and spending time with my husband, 2 kids, and dog.

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Abigail Deland, DO
Teaching Faculty
Family Medicine

I attended Michigan State University College of Osteopathic medicine. I completed My Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine residency at Botsford Hospital. Since graduation I am currently core faculty for Beaumont Farmington Hills' family medicine residency program and also the Director for 3rd year medical student lectures at Beaumont Farmington Hills. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my daughter and husband, running, hiking and traveling. 

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Peter Schoeps, DO
Teaching Faculty
Addiction Medicine

I have been involved with the residency program for about 15 years.  I went to University of Michigan for Undergraduate education and Kansas City for Medical School.  I completed my Family Medicine Residency at Botsford Hospital. I have extra certification in Geriatrics and Addiction Medicine. I am married with 3 boys.

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