Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Department of Radiology and Molecular Imaging offers one of the premiere Diagnostic Radiology training programs in the Midwest. Each section offers ample clinical and research opportunities under the direct guidance of subspecialized radiologists in every subsection of radiology. Residents and faculty are fully supported in their clinical and research endeavors, demonstrated by the more than 63 publications and presentations at national meetings in the academic year 2017-2018 alone.
Our ACGME approved residency programs offer 7 R1 residency positions each year, with 6 spots available for DR residents and 1 spot available for an integrated IR resident. Our Diagnostic-Radiology residency is linked to a Transitional Year internship, which serves as an early integration into the Beaumont Health and allows residents to avoid the hassle of moving again after only 1 year.
- Completely in-house training with all required rotations performed at the main Beaumont Royal Oak campus
- Includes rotations at the Beaumont Children’s Hospital, as well as within the Nuclear Medicine division
- Early exposure to procedures big and small, to allow for adequate preparation whether you plan for academic or private practice
- opportunity for research without a “publish or perish” mentality
- Includes department provided funding for any projects presented at a national meeting where a resident is the lead author
- Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) pathway through our Interventional Radiology section. The department also has an approved Interventional Radiology residency program
- The residency offers a pathway that leads to eligibility for both diagnostic radiology primary certification and subspecialty certification by the American Board of Radiology. Residents can complete 16 months of nuclear medicine within the four-year residency and obtain Nuclear Medicine subspecialization by the completion of their residency
- Exceptional performance on the American Board of Radiology Core examination
- Fellowships in Body Imaging, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Breast Imaging, Neuroradiology, as well as innovative hybrid programs such as Body/MSK
- Graduates have also obtained fellowships at many renowned institutions through the country in most instances matching at their
- In-house moonlighting opportunities during all 4 years of Diagnostic Radiology training
Not only is Beaumont Royal Oak a great place to train, it is a great place to live. Many residents live within walking distance of the hospital or in the metro Detroit region, which offers 7 of the top 10 voted cities to live in Michigan. Many residents have had such a good experience that they have stayed with us for fellowship and faculty positions. Some years over 50% of our residents have elected to remain at Beaumont for their post-residency training. Resident Social Life »