Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Program Director: Spencer Solomon, D.O.
Program Coordinator: Jill Kulaszewski
Years of Training: 3
Number of Positions: 9 per year
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital's Emergency Medicine Residency Program is designed to help residents develop competence in using osteopathic principles and practices in the clinical practice of emergency medicine.
The program is a Specialty Track AOA-accredited program that fulfills the State of Michigan's internship requirement and currently has ACGME initial accreditation status under the single accreditation agreement. It collaborates with Henry Ford Hospital, the Detroit Medical Center's Children's Hospital of Michigan and the Wyandotte Fire Department to provide a thorough, multi-disciplinary experience.
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital's emergency department treats 62,000 patient visits per year and offers an excellent training environment. In 2005, Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital opened a second full-service Emergency Department at Henry Ford Health Center - Brownstown facility, nine miles from the main campus. This facility has improved the delivery of care to communities in our southern service area and provides additional training opportunities for our Emergency Program.
View Wyandotte Hospital's
Emergency Medicine Residency Brochure