About the Residency
The Ophthalmology Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak provides a resident physician with a broad-based educational experience required to prepare the trainee for practice as a comprehensive ophthalmologist or as the basis from which to pursue additional fellowship training through a coordinated, progressive, balanced experience over 36 months.
Our aim is for all residents to possess the critical analytical, examination, and surgical skills, medical and practice management knowledge and patient care experience necessary to pursue a clinical or academic career. We strive for all graduates to be superb clinicians, with excellent surgical skills, who understand their role in the health care system, recognizes a responsibility to their community and society and values their patients and their families.
To accomplish this goal, we offer residents robust subspecialty clinical and surgical experiences with experienced and dedicated faculty committed to resident education. Residents are given early exposure to surgery in a supportive coordinated progressive surgical curriculum and given the opportunity to learn from experienced surgical instructors who are leaders in their respective fields. By participating in these activities under the supervision of committed faculty, our residents are provided an unmatched learning environment, allowing them to exceed the minimum standard of Board certification.