The Beaumont, Farmington Hills Surgery Residency is constantly evolving and improving its curriculum. The goal of our five-year ACGME program is to train general surgeons who can enter private practice anywhere, either in a metropolitan or rural area; complete a surgical subspecialty fellowship; or pursue an academic surgical career. Our residency has a long history of graduating successful surgeons and our graduates have obtained competitive fellowships.
Beaumont, Farmington Hills alumni have become leaders in our profession locally and across the country. Beaumont, Farmington Hills has received ACGME initial accreditation and has ACGME compliant curriculum, assessment tools, metrics, APDS Level 1 Skills Lab.
Our program is affiliated with the Statewide Campus System with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM). The affiliation with MSUCOM allows for an intensive academic exposure throughout the five years of residency. A PGY-1 boot camp in skills training is required as part of our orientation skills lab curriculum.
Our program follows the ACS SCORE curriculum. We have an integrated skills lab training and robotic training on-site as well as team and advanced simulation lab training at the Beaumont Royal Oak Campus. Our program will follow SAGES and Southern Illinois University simulation curriculum.
Contact the Coordinator for specific questions or arrange to spend some time at the hospital. All applicants are required to spend some time at the hospital prior to the interview to meet the residents and spend time in the Operating Room. It’s about “best fit” for the program and the applicant.