of Michigan's Pediatric
Residency Training Program provides more than basic education.
We offer a well-rounded, balanced training experience for our
country's finest medical school graduates.
a resident in our program, you will receive a complete pediatric
experience with a rich diversity of patients, many with serious and
complex illnesses, that are cared for in an environment that is both
academic and caring. You will get hands-on training at one of
the best pediatric teaching and research facilities in the country,
with the unique benefit of our intense focus on family-centered care
and psychosocial issues.
now at Children's Hospital of Michigan, we train more than 120
residents and 30 fellows. Nurses and ancillary staff, who
demonstrate specialized skills in pediatric care, as well as love and
tenderness for the children entrusted to them, work alongside the
Our referral base includes all
of Michigan, adjacent
states and southern Ontario. Three-fourths of the 14,778 annual
admissions are to pediatric services, which includes pediatric and
neonatal intensive care; hematology/oncology, nephrology, urology,
neurology, cardiology, rehabilitation, and infectious diseases, as
well as general pediatrics.
As a pediatric resident, under
faculty supervision, you are responsible for the initial evaluation,
workup and management of patients admitted to the pediatric
service. Your responsibilities increase with experience and
demonstrated capabilities. In addition to pediatric topics, our
conferences cover ethics, practice management, chronic illness, managed
care, risk management and legal issues, personal finance management, and
teaching skills for residents and faculty.
Fully Accredited On-Site Clinical Rotations
Children's Hospital of Michigan's residency program is fully accredited by the
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. We provide residents with an
on-site clinical experience in all recognized subspecialties.
Children's Hospital has nearly 129,000 outpatient visits each year. About 12 percent
are in the ambulatory pediatric division's general pediatric clinic, the remainder in