Rotations and Faculty

Each year, 1 trainee will be selected, for a total of 5 residents in the five year program.

  • photo2ENT (1)The residency program involves one year of training in surgery and related specialties followed by four years of training in Otolaryngology/ Facial Plastic Surgery.
  • The residency program is affiliated with Lakeshore ENT
    • Faculty includes fellowship-trained and board certified otolaryngologists in the following sub-specialties: Laryngology, Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery, Microvascular Surgery, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric Otolaryngology, Rhinology, Otology/Neurotology, Sleep Medicine and Allergy/Asthma/Immunology
    • Residents will gain exposure to the various subspecialties of Otolaryngology and adapt a variety of surgical techniques.
  • The residents will be intimately involved with the ACGME Otolaryngology program at Henry Ford Hospital
    • Two months of the year are spent rotating at Henry Ford Hospital
    • Broadens exposure to the Otolaryngology practice in a tertiary care setting as well as to Head and Neck Surgery.
  • Each year, residents are allotted 2 months of elective rotations.

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