Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Applicant Information

About our medical education programs

When you begin a residency Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, you’ll join one of the premier health care systems in the country.

Located near one of Michigan’s fastest growing communities, Macomb Township, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital admits more than 25,000 patients annually. Our tertiary care services have been recognized among the top in the world.

Here, you’ll find ample opportunity to provide hands-on patient care. We operate the region’s largest inpatient rehabilitation program and offer the latest medical technology, such as the trilogy linear accelerator for advanced radiosurgery options in cancer care. You’ll also have access to our extensive clinical resources, like electronic medical records to access up-to-minute patient information easily. And you’ll be among more than 1,300 physicians when you start a residency at Macomb Hospital.

Graduate Medical Education Office

The Graduate Medical Education Department serves as the go to place for residents and faculty. Each residency program has a dedicated medical education specialist who provides administrative support to the program director and faculty, the residents and the program in general. In addition, the medical education department functions as the personnel office specifically for residents. The department provides services such as processing of loan deferments, maintenance of official educational records, disbursement of benefits information and insurance forms, assistance with licensing, insurance, and more.

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Department of Medical Education
Medical Office Pavilion, Suite 400B
15855 Nineteen Mile Rd
Clinton Township, MI 48038
Phone: (586) 263-2950

Office hours are 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday

Learn More about Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Residency programs

Application information and questions

All applicants to the Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Orthopedic Surgery, and Otolaryngology Programs must apply through ERAS. Podiatry resident applicants must apply through CASPR.

Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (800) 436-7936.

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