Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program

Program Director: Kurt Ludwig, D.O.
Program Coordinator: Kelly Bennett (586) 263-2978

Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals Obstetrics-Gynecology program mission statement

Henry Ford Health System provides innovative, world-class medical educational programs that strengthen and improve the quality of clinical services and meet patients’ needs--one person at a time. We train future physicians, support life-long learning and disseminate our work through scholarly activities. The Henry Ford Macomb Obstetrics/Gynecology Program aims to train the Ob/Gyn generalist with specific educational experiences geared toward the development of competence in the provision of ambulatory primary health care for women. The purpose of the residency in OB-GYN is to provide a comprehensive didactic and clinical experience in the management of the female reproductive process; diseases and disorders of the female reproductive system; post reproductive disorders and the primary and preventative health care for women. Osteopathic tennets, manipulative techniques, principles and practice will be used as an adjunct to achieve this goal. Most residents go on to be Generalist Ob/Gyns.

Macomb Ob Resident Group Photo 2018

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