Emergency Medicine Residency

Henry Ford Hospital offers a three-year (PGY 1-3) residency training program in Emergency Medicine, that is Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-approved and leads to the American Board of Emergency Medicine certification in Emergency Medicine.

The residency has produced over 300 practicing emergency physicians who have gone on to successful careers as clinicians, educators, researches, chairmen and administrators. Henry Ford Emergency Medicine graduates go on to practice all over the United States and internationally. They have a long track record of obtaining highly competitive fellowships in critical care, ultrasound, pediatrics, toxicology, ED administration, sports medicine, research, palliative care, medical education and international EM. Our mission is to develop future leaders in education, research, administration and patient advocacy by educating residents to be outstanding clinicians and providing them opportunities to advance emergency care.

The curriculum is based on a process of progressive responsibility that takes residents on a journey from the medical student to the independent attending staff level.

Learn more about our training schedule.

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