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Pediatric Residency, Royal Oak


The goal of the Pediatric Residency Program is to provide comprehensive didactic and clinical educational experiences, which will prepare residents to

  • provide complete, coordinated care to a broad range of patients
  • develop a wide and comprehensive fund of knowledge about pediatric medicine
  • perform diagnostic and therapeutic pediatric procedures
  • carry out professional responsibilities with adherence to ethical principles
  • demonstrate sensitivity to a diverse patient population
  • develop and maintain effective interpersonal and communication skills
  • adhere to the principles of life-long learning and evidence-based practice
  • develop an understanding of the larger context and system of health care


Competitive salary and benefits are provided to all resident and fellows. In addition, the Pediatric Residency program provides:

  • access to extensive Beaumont Health and OUWB School of Medicine library, resources, databases, E-books, E-journals, reference tools, board reviews online, and mobile applications, including: Medline, Mircomedex Healthcare Series, OvidWeb Databases, Pediatric Care Online, PubMed, STAT!Ref, UptoDate, and many more
  • The Harriet Lane Handbook
  • certification in BLS, PALS, NRP courses
  • annual membership in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
  • AAP educational resources, including: PediaLink, PREP® online (Pediatrics in Review® and PREP® Self-Assessment), EQIPP, Pediatrics®, National Conference and Exhibition, and subspecialty CME courses
  • additional AAP resources, including AAP News, AAP SmartBrief, PedJobs, AAP Insurance Program, Life After Training – guide for graduating residents
  • AAP funding opportunities, including
    • Anne E. Dyson Child Advocacy Award, Resident research grants, International Elective Award, Program Delegate Award, Resident (hardship) scholarships, legislative conference grants, CATCH grants
  • Board Review Course
  • SEMCME research workshop series, SEMCME chief and resident workshop
  • Residents as Teachers (RAT) program
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in Pain Management
  • many courses, workshops, and symposia throughout residency training, including research courses at Beaumont through the Research Institute, financial planning, Beaumont University, and related lectures
  • Bwell, employee wellness program

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