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Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Medical Education

Train at our nationally recognized hospital.

About our medical education programs

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.

Medical education programs

We offer a variety of residency programs for graduate medical students, including:

Applying for a residency

ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service, handles applications for our programs at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital. To apply, visit the centralized online application service.

Information for visiting residents

If you’re interested in a becoming a visiting resident, your application must be approved by the department no later than 45 days in advance of a requested rotation. Please read through our resident contract and house staff manual, and fill out the application completely and accurately.

If you have any questions regarding a residency application or rotation, please contact Robin Chastain at (586) 263-2973 or rchasta1@hfhs.org.

Schedule Appointment Online

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