Stress: Protective Measures
Hurley faculty member and in-house well-being expert Brenda Lovegrove-Lepisto PsyD talks about protective measures that can help during tough times. During the intense Covid-19 time period, she is conducting wellness check-ins for any Hurley unit or group, with a particular focus on resident physicians and fellows.
COVID-19 at Hurley
Screening the community
On April 15, resident physicians Dr Ayesha Mian of Med/Peds (left) and Dr Brittany Plescher of Peds worked with Hurley attending ED physician Michael Tupper MD to screen more than 40 people on Day 1 of drive-through coronavirus screening in the parking lot of Atwood Stadium, just 2 blocks from Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Mich.
During tough times, it's important to remind ourselves of how much we help patients and families when we work together. Hallway information such as this daily-updated sign for staff remind us that all of our health workers make a difference - just ask the 268 discharged and recovering COVID patients as of April 16.
Hurley faculty physician Omari Young MD of the Ob-Gyn residency program talks with local news stations about pregnancy and COVID-19 on April 14, 2020. His staff follows special protocols to screen pregnant moms for COVID and, if positive, perform the delivery in a Hurley COVID isolation room. FULL VIDEO
The Internal Medicine Residency Training Program provides residents with an exceptional opportunity to gain the skills, and experience necessary to pursue a successful career in primary-care medicine.
Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
The Hurley-MSU Combined Med-Peds Program is designed to give a whole-person perspective on human development and the opportunity to serve patients skillfully at every stage of life.
Our two-year postdoctoral fellowship offers two tracks: Adult & Pediatric. Heavy emphasis on clinical neuropsychology practice in diverse practice settings is provided.
From The Hurley GME Blog
Cederna-Meko named to Flint program's advisory committee
A professional life devoted to helping children has been great preparation for Dr. Crystal Cederna-Meko's latest appointment: A position on the Program Advisory Committee for Ele's Place of Michigan, a program devoted to helping children who are grieving.
Diversity & 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 & 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
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.