The Henry Ford Allegiance Emergency Medicine Residency is a four-year program that is accredited by the American Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Henry Ford Allegiance Health (HFAH) is a Level II trauma center located in Jackson, Michigan that serves around 20,000 inpatients per year, with associated extensive outpatient services serving our local community. The EM residency at Henry Ford Allegiance Health is associated with the Statewide Campus System of the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
The Emergency Department at HFAH consists of 60 private treatment rooms, serving approximately 80,000 visits per year. Henry Ford Allegiance Health is dedicated to providing quality clinical and didactic education to its residents. Our faculty and residents bring together a broad range of experience and training, and are committed to education and advancement in Emergency Medicine.
- Broad range of pathology
- Our first year residents have no restrictions on types of medical and trauma cases they may see
- Practically unopposed for procedures in the ED
- Strong professional relationships and support from our colleagues in the Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Transitional Year, Psychiatry, and General Surgery programs at HFAH.
- Time for self-care and wellness: PGY1 EM residents have 17 shifts per block while in the ED.
- The residents themselves: Hailing from all over the United States with interests from wilderness medicine, harm reduction in our local community, quality improvement, and prior EMS experience. Our residents bring diversity and a wide range of talent that helps foster a learning environment.
Program Director: Michael Yangouyian D.O.
Henry Ford Allegiance Health GME
205 N. East Ave Jackson, MI 49201
Luella Rosencrants - Program Administrator