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Internal Medicine Residency, Royal Oak

Beaumont's Internal Medicine Residency Program provides a dynamic setting for your development as an internist. Our hospital and outpatient facilities are ideal settings for learning, with a diverse patient population and a nationally regarded faculty committed to supporting your education and research needs. Our program provides an intellectually rigorous and personally supportive approach to teaching and learning.

Our residents have been highly successful whether pursuing a fellowship or embarking on a career as a hospitalist or outpatient general internist. We are excited about having you visit us and hope you sense during your interview that Beaumont is a great place to train. Our goal remains to continue to improve our educational programs to help you reach your potential as a physician.


Program at a Glance

  • 1,100-bed hospital
  • major academic medical center with 17 residency programs and 23 fellowship programs, including Cardiology, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, Interventional Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Geriatric Medicine, Hematology & Oncology, and Infectious Disease
  • program accredited by the ACGME since 1960
  • 20 residents per year chosen through NRMP
  • primary teaching site for the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine Internal Medicine Clerkship
  • outstanding fellowship and practice placement
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Mission

The Internal Medicine Residency at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is provided for physicians who desire a career in general internal medicine or one of its subspecialties. The goal of our program is to provide a structured educational environment for the training of internists, and in doing so, provide each trainee with an experience of such high quality that he/she has the option of pursuing a successful career in primary care general internal medicine, hospitalist medicine, medical education, or an internal medicine subspecialty. To accomplish this goal, we offer residents a broad array of clinical and didactic experiences designed to refine the clinical and intellectual skills needed by a modern internist. Utilizing the resources of a large, successful hospital that serves a population that is culturally and socio-economically diverse and that functions as both a major primary care provider and a tertiary care referral center, our residents participate as active learners in the inpatient, critical care, and ambulatory venues of the hospital. We augment these clinical experiences with carefully designed, individualized didactic curricula that are tailored to the unique training needs of prospective primary care internists and future medical subspecialists. By learning under the supervision and mentorship of committed faculty, a resident in our program develops the ability to think and act independently with the compassion and skill of a knowledgeable, evidence-based clinician

Aims

  • train residents who are competitive for coveted subspecialty training slots
  • train residents who are competent in the performance of bedside procedures
  • stimulate residents to pursue careers in primary care
  • develop trainees who are well-grounded in the principles and application of evidence-based medicine
  • develop and maintain inpatient experiences that are patient-centered and multi-disciplinary

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME Accreditation)


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