The Pediatric Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is a robust and dynamic three-year residency training program which prepares residents to become highly qualified pediatricians.
- eight PGY-1 positions each academic year
- diverse patient population from a large catchment area
- close collegial relationship with academic faculty
- CHA-designated children’s hospital
- pediatric-specific level 4 epilepsy center
- Beaumont Children’s, a 48-bed pediatric unit, 8-bed PICU, and 52-bed level IIIB NICU
- Level II Pediatric Trauma Center staffed 24/7 by pediatric emergency medicine fellowship-trained physicians
- state-of-the-art simulation institute
- teaching hospital of Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and long-standing affiliation with Wayne State University School of Medicine
- Children’s Miracle Network Hospital - one of four in Michigan
- excellent preparation for the American Board of Pediatrics General Certifying Examination
- Beaumont utilizes EPIC, an industry-leader in electronic medical records, for ambulatory and inpatient records
MissionThe Beaumont Health Pediatric Residency Program is dedicated to the comprehensive education and training of compassionate pediatricians who desire careers in general primary care pediatrics, hospital medicine, medical education, or one of the pediatric subspecialties. Our program develops pediatricians who have achieved extensive knowledge of general pediatrics and evidence-based medicine, as well as the foundation to be strong advocates for patient safety and the health and well-being of children within their community, responsibility for life-long learning, and a commitment to the education of others. The residency program achieves this mission by providing a strong, structured educational environment with rich, varied clinical and didactic experiences and robust individualized curriculum. We utilize the resources of Beaumont Health, our large tertiary medical center, our primary care, education, and legal partnership communities, and the supervision and mentorship of dedicated faculty who teach the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and humanistic behaviors that constitute the foundations of pediatrics, while meeting the residents’ varied individual needs and nurturing individual professional goals.