Welcome from the Program Director

Thank you for your interest in the Henry Ford Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship. I hope you will find this site informative, as you learn more about our program, Henry Ford Hospital, the faculty, and Metro Detroit.

We are very proud to offer 5 Gastroenterology fellowship positions annually for our 3-year training program, supported by Henry Ford Health System. As a nationally renowned hospital, Henry Ford offers fellows a chance to train among highly skilled clinical staff with varied expertise in specialty and subspecialty care. As a quaternary care center, Henry Ford is an exceptional environment for educational experience through high volume and complex cases, with exposure in areas of general gastroenterology, inflammatory bowel diseases, motility disorders, advanced and therapeutic endoscopic procedures, hepatology and liver transplant related care. This provides our trainees with vast clinical experiences, ample endoscopy experience using the latest technology, and an excellent opportunity to further their research interests.

One of the strengths of our program at Henry Ford is the commitment to excellence from our nationally renowned physicians and caring support staff. We hope you will visit our program and experience first-hand why Henry Ford Hospital offers exceptional training in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. I invite you to review our website further and please do not hesitate to contact us for more details.


Reena Salgia, MD
Gastroenterology Fellowship Program Director
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