To train radiology residents to provide high-quality, compassionate, personalized, diagnostic and interventional imaging services to each and every one of our patients, every day, consistent with the central mission of Beaumont Health. Our program creates well-rounded, ready-to-practice community radiologists ready to provide high-value care to our patients through an educational paradigm emphasizing the Beaumont patient and family centered care (PFCC) model and American College of Radiology “Imaging 3.0” Value-Based Imaging Initiative. Residents proceed to high-quality nationally recognized fellowships in subspecialty radiology. We prepare each of our residents to be motivated, highly productive, team-oriented, respectful, confident and committed in providing radiology services to their community. Our focus is to prepare them for the rigors of a busy urban community-based hospital private practice environment, however, our residents have found great success from small rural general practices to large subspecialized academic centers. Our smaller size allows a more personalized approach to the education of each of our residents. We continuously innovate our program to meet the changing needs of our residents as well as to meet the expectations of our patient and physician partners. We employ a mentorship program to provide each resident with personal support to ensure their well-being, provide advice and resources to help them achieve their goals, and foster long-term relationships and networking with colleagues that last long after residency. Beaumont Farmington experiences the best of many worlds situated between suburban and urban environments and is a Level 2 Trauma Center, providing for a rich and varied medical education environment each day. Residents have additional rotations in tertiary subspecialty neuroradiology at Beaumont Royal Oak, subspecialty nuclear medicine at Beaumont Troy, and subspecialty pediatric radiology training at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in downtown Detroit. We pass on a strong commitment to continuing education within our specialty, including many who have returned as faculty.