Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital Residencies

Unique opportunities to practice osteopathic medicine.

"It's good to be celebrated, not tolerated."
- Lucky Vang, D.O., PGY-2 General Surgery Resident

About our medical education programs

Henry ford Wyandotte Hospital brings together multidisciplinary teams to educate premier community hospital primary care physicians in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, and Traditional Internship.


The Emergency Medicine and Ob/Gyn programs received ACGME Initial Accreditation, Ob/Gyn has recently applied for Osteopathic Recognition. General Surgery is in Pre-Accreditation status and awaiting RRC response.

Traditional Internship has AOA Accreditation.

The Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Program is CPME Accredited.

Scholarly Activity:

Scholarly activities are an important component of all residencies at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital. All programs are expected to advance residents’ knowledge of the basic principles of research, including how research is conducted, evaluated, and applied to patient care. Henry Ford Wyandotte Medical Education have allocated support through Henry Ford Health System Sladen Library and Henry Ford Health System Public Health Sciences. Further educational resources are available through Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital specialty specific programs to facilitate resident involvement in scholarly activities.

Medical education programs

We offer a range of residency programs, all of which focus on the osteopathic approach to providing care. Our programs include:

Our medical education staff is dedicated to preparing physicians to provide comprehensive, quality health care to persons of all ages in a friendly and supportive community setting. The program is directed by Rebecca Steele, D.O., Designated Institutional Official Director of Medical Education.

Application information and questions

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our medical education program, contact the medical education department at (734) 246-8004, or see our information for resident applicants.