Residencies and Fellowships
Hurley Medical Center offers ACGME-accredited residencies and fellowships, as well as fellowships such as Trauma Surgery, Trauma Research, and two postdoctoral psychology fellowships. Our ~100 GME trainees make a difference in the lives of our patients every day.
BIG TEN - AND OTHERS
We are affiliated with major research universities, such as Michigan State University and the University of Michigan, and serve as a training site for residents, fellows, dentists, medical students and rotating residents and fellows from elsewhere in Michigan and the United States.
Learn More About Our Programs
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.
University of Michigan EM residents rotate in Hurley’s Level 1 Trauma Center, and Hurley residents rotate in the Hurley Emergency Department,
with University of Michigan faculty.
Hands-on curriculum, deep experience managing elderly patients, and strong academics make it easy to see why there’s 100% board-passage rate from this MSU-affiliated fellowship.
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.
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.
We accept 2 fellows per year for our 1-year fellowship, made possible by a partnership between Hurley Medical Center and the Genesee Health System. Applications are accepted Oct. 1 annually.
The University of Michigan Pediatric Dentistry program is affiliated with Hurley Medical Center and offers a master’s degree and certificate to dentists who would like to specialize in pediatrics.
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.
Our two-year postdoctoral fellowship offers two tracks: Adult & Pediatric. Heavy emphasis on clinical neuropsychology practice in diverse practice settings is provided.
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 1-year Trauma fellowship, affiliated with MSU-CHM Department. of Surgery, offers two tracks: Trauma Surgery and Trauma Research. We accept 1 fellow in each track per year.
We accept visiting residents from around the state and nation if we have an affiliation agreement with the visiting resident’s home institution.
Our Mission in Hurley Graduate Medical Education
To integrate medical education, research, modern medicine, and the mission of Hurley Medical Center to develop competent, skilled, ethical, and compassionate physicians who will meet the diverse needs of current and future patient populations, while cultivating lifetime skills for resiliency and wellness in the profession.
DIVERSITY IS PART OF LIFE AT HURLEY
With some of the best and brightest trainees from around the world, we are proud of our multicultural environment. Not only is our patient population one of the most diverse in the state, but our trainees also hail from a wide variety of backgrounds, which our entire institution celebrates.
More than 100 medical students train at Hurley, which is part of the Flint Campus of Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine. Visiting medical students should contact the MSU-CHM Flint office to arrange a clerkship.