PGY2 pediatric residency spot open at Hurley

Psst! If you know any fabulous first-year residents who are looking to relocate to Hurley/Flint Pediatrics in the 2018-2019 academic year, you may want to pass on this opportunity in the Hurley/Michigan State University Pediatric Residency Training Program.

The deets

Program Specialty Pediatrics
Start Date July 1, 2018
Program Year PGY2
Institution Hurley Medical Center/Michigan State University
Location Flint, Mich.
Contact Name Destiny Allen
Contact Email Email
Prerequisites Successful completion of PGY 1 year in an ACGME accredited pediatrics residency program prior to start date. The candidate must currently be in good standing and be eligible to obtain J-1 visa status only (no H1-B).

How to apply

Interested candidates should email the following to Destiny Allen:

  • ERAS application if available. If not available, send:

    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Three Letters of Recommendation
    • USMLE Scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK & CS)
    • Medical School Transcript and Diploma
    • Foreign Medical Graduates: ECFMG Certification
    • Statement of interest in transfer
    • ITE score reports

Special Comments:

The three-year Pediatrics Residency Training Program at Hurley Medical Center offers residents the unique opportunity to serve and learn from one of the largest and most diverse patient populations in the state, while benefiting from the focused attention of dedicated pediatric faculty physicians — all in a vibrant urban setting with easy access to the wonders of Michigan’s great outdoors. The result? Highly skilled and confident graduates, above-average first-time and national board-passage rates, and a strong record of placement in medical fellowships of choice. Hurley’s Pediatrics Residency Training Program in Flint is one of three pediatric residency training programs in the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (MSU-CHM) system. It is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Our Pediatrics residency training program offers a unique balance between the diverse clinical resources of a community-based hospital and the rigorous academic atmosphere and extensive resources of a major land-grant university. In addition to their clinical practices, all program faculty are members of the MSU-CHM academic Department of Pediatrics and Human Development. Resident physicians in the pediatric program may apply for clinical instructor positions within the department. Both faculty and residents are critical components in the clinical education of MSU-CHM medical students who obtain their clinical training in Flint.

Photo above: Hurley pediatric residents talk with a patient and family at Hurley Children’s Hospital. (Hurley file photo by Doug Pike)

Posted by: Julie Campe