Residents rotate through a variety of inpatient and outpatient experiences. They work at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
for five rotations and do the remainder of their rotations at Beaumont Hospital, Troy
, where the Family Medicine residents are the only residents at the hospital. Teaching within the hospital is aimed specifically to meet the training needs of our residents. Private specialists' offices also serve as training sites for our residents, and a night float system is in place for overnight coverage and learning.
Our residents also complete a practice management rotation to assist them in their job search and prepare them to be successful in future business operations.
The residency program includes a daily didactic session. Scheduled teaching sessions are held every day at the family medicine center during the lunch hour. These include
- core family medicine topics
- a journal club
- case presentations
- board review sessions
- lectures from a variety of subspecialists
- teaching lectures also occur within specific rotations such as medicine and pediatrics
Workshops are also held in
- office procedures
- practice management
- osteopathic manipulative therapy and several additional topics