Bringing cutting-edge medicine to a community hospital
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital brings together multidisciplinary teams to educate premier community hospital physicians in the field of Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Podiatric Medicine and Surgery.
Serving a diverse region with advanced programs and caring team approaches, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital offers a unique blend of academic links and community roots. Gain insights from residents and explore the community.
All our programs have received Continued Accreditation from the ACGME, with our Ob/Gyn program being the first in the country to receive Osteopathic Continued Recognition. The Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Program is CPME Accredited. We are a major clinical training site for Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and our residents have access to the full range of benefits from the MSU Statewide Campus System.
We are committed to providing you with the best possible learning environment during these formative years. 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.
The program is directed by Nikhil Goyal, M.D., Designated Institutional Official/Director of Medical Education and Karen Johnson, M.Ed., Administrative Director Medical Education.
Nikhil Goyal, M.D.
Designated Institutional Official/Director of Medical Education
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