Michigan State University - CHM

About 100 medical students are on the Flint Campus. ×

The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (MSU-CHM) is a community-based medical school. Significantly, this means that much of the College’s clinical practice, undergraduate and graduate medical education, and research takes place across seven campuses located across Michigan, through affiliations with local hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers.

As one of these affiliated campuses, Hurley Medical Center is proud to be a vital component of the MSU-CHM medical education and research system. For more information about the Flint campus, please click here. For more information about the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, please click here.

MSU-CHM Flint Campus Students

Hurley Medical Center faculty and residents at all levels are critical components in the clinical education of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine medical students who obtain their clinical training in Flint. Over the course of their residency training programs, as Hurley residents assume greater responsibility for patient care, they likewise participate more actively in the training of junior colleagues and students. Residents also have the opportunity to apply for clinical instructor positions within their respective departments.

MSU Flint study room
The MSU College of Human Medicine building in Flint is nestled downtown, in the former Flint Journal building. Architects incorporated lots of light and many options for study & learning space. (Photo credit, this photo + the banner photo: Jason Robinson Photography LLC)