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Our 1-year Transitional Year Program enables highly qualified medical school graduates to continue training while preparing for their career objectives, often in radiology, dermatology or ophthalmology.
Our two-year postdoctoral fellowship offers two tracks: Adult & Pediatric. Heavy emphasis on clinical neuropsychology practice in diverse practice settings is provided.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Graduates from the Hurley-MSU Ob-Gyn
program are well prepared to provide in-depth consultative services and effective primary care - or to pursue subspecialty fellowship training.
Hurley fills a gap in regional health care
Adolescent behavioral health unit opens
With 14 beds, Hurley's new adolescent behavioral health unit helps to fill a health-care gap in the state for behavioral health inpatient care. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new unit took place Nov. 15, 2022.
With the new unit, kids ages 12-17 can remain in the community for inpatient care, rather than leaving the area, which had been the norm since 2005, making for hardships for patients and their families.
Excellence in teaching
5 residents selected for teaching awards
Medical students rotating at Hurley Medical Center have selected 5 resident physicians to receive awards as "outstanding resident teachers" for the 2022-2023 academic year. The 2023 graduating class of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine-Flint Campus made the selection. Award recipients include: Internal Medicine residents Dominic Awuah, Efoza Basuaye, and Murtaza Hussain; Pediatric resident Muhammed Al-Nahar MD; and Obstestrics & Gynecology resident Macy Hudson MD. The announcement was made Feb. 2, 2023.
Spotlight on faculty, fellows and residents
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
LEARNER, COLLEAGUE, & PATIENT DIVERSITY
Learners at Hurley Medical Center serve one of Michigan's largest and most diverse patient populations, and they also work with a multicultural group of colleagues. Some of our team members have top-notch experience from interesting places around the world. Hurley also has an active Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council (pictured).
NUMBERS AT A GLANCE
Resident physicians care for 70% of hospitalized patients at Hurley
4 Remodeled Clinics
4 resident outpatient clinics have been remodeled or opened in recent years
About 1700 learners - physicians and other health professions - rotate at Hurley annually
Quality & Patient Safety
All rotations focus on quality, safety
At Hurley, our most important goal is ensure that every patient receives the best clinical outcomes, absolute safety, and exceptional service. We embed related measures into our every-day teaching and every-day bedside care. We openly share our quality data (especially important since, as a safety-net hospital, we don't participate in all of the hospital metrics systems out there, which often report a zero response as a negative and can be 1-2 years out of date).
Did You Know?
With 100 medical students in Flint, plus visiting students, we train a lot of future doctors. To arrange for rotations at Hurley Medical Center, contact the MSU-CHM Flint Campus
About 1500 non-physician learners rotate at Hurley to gain experience in trauma, surgery, pediatrics and more
Hurley research employees offer help in research design, editorial consulting, and education on research topics.
Looking for verifications?
Looking for verifications?
If you're a former learner or employee and need a verification of your training or insurance coverage while at Hurley, here's who to contact:
- Insurance verification: Contact Christine Wirt of Hurley Risk Management by email.
- Training verification for Hurley Nursing School Students: See the Hurley Nursing Alumni web page.
- Training verification for Hurley resident physicians and fellows: See your former program's web page.
For other types of verifications for former employees or learners - or for businesses seeking information about them, see our Frequent Contacts section of our Graduate Medical Education web page.