Michigan State University - CHM
- About 100 medical students are on the Flint Campus.
- MSU-CHM's online Public Health graduate program offices are in Flint.
- A 2-year pediatric public health fellowship is available to physicians.
- Hurley and MSU together operate the Pediatric Public Health Institute 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 on seven campuses across Michigan, through affiliations with local hospitals, physicians, and other health-care providers.
Hurley Medical Center is proud to be a vital component of the MSU-CHM medical education and research system on the Flint Campus, and many of our attending physicians, resident physicians, fellows, and others hold MSU-CHM faculty appointments.
MSU-CHM Flint Campus Medical Students
Hurley Medical Center faculty and residents at all levels are critical components in the clinical education of MSU-CHM 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.
Looking for a medical student clerkship at Hurley?
Medical students from other institutions who would like to arrange for a clerkship at Hurley Medical Center should contact the MSU-CHM Flint Campus by visiting the guest-student web page.
- For more information about the Flint Campus, visit its website.
- For more information about MSU-CHM, visit the main website.
Pediatric Public Health Fellowship from MSU-CHM and Hurley
A 2-year post-residency fellowship in pediatric public health provides a unique opportunity for physicians who wish to develop competency in pediatric public health issues. The cross-disciplinary program combines MSU-CHM graduate public health coursework, research as part of the MSU-Hurley Pediatric Public Health Initiative, plus clinical work as a physician in the Hurley Children’s Clinic at the Flint Farmers’ Market, where they also will teach resident physicians and medical students. Upon completion, they will have earned a master’s degree in public health (MPH).
For more information, visit the MSU-Hurley Pediatric Public Health Fellowship website.
Master of Public Health Degree from MSU-CHM
This 43-credit online graduate program is based in Flint and is part of the MSU-CHM Division of Public Health. Faculty from the program conduct research from their Flint offices and often have opportunities for graduate students.
- You don’t have to be a physician to apply for this program.
- For more information about the MSU-CHM Public Health Degree, visit the program’s website.
MSU-CHM Faculty Appointments
Attending physicians, resident physicians, and fellows at Hurley may qualify for a faculty appointment from MSU-CHM, which comes with access to the MSU library system. As a major research university in the country, MSU’s resources are a significant benefit for those who would like to pursue scholarly activity or deeper knowledge.
To apply for a faculty appointment, contact the MSU-CHM Community Outreach staff Robbin Auston.
To access your MSU email or MSU’s electronic resources such as library access:
- First activate your MSUNET ID, following the on-screen instructions.
- Then log into your MSU email or your library account.
- Follow on-screen password reset instructions as needed or go to the MSUNET ID web page.
If you don’t remember your MSUNET ID, contact Robbin Auston.