On this page, you will find answers to many of the most commonly asked questions about the residency programs at Hurley Medical Center. Program-specific questions are also answered on the FAQ pages for each of the residency programs.
Is Hurley Medical Center affiliated with a medical school?keyboard_arrow_down
Hurley has major affiliations with the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and the University of Michigan Health System, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels of training. Hurley Medical Center is part of the Flint Campus of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. About 100 third- and fourth-year medical students are assigned to the Flint Campus annually. Our internal medicine, pediatric, combined internal medicine/pediatric, obstetrics and gynecology, and transitional year residency training programs, as well as the geriatric medicine and trauma fellowships, are affiliated with the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The emergency medicine residency, emergency medicine pediatric fellowship and pediatric dentistry residency are affiliated with the University of Michigan.
What are your pre-employment requirements?keyboard_arrow_down
In addition to meeting eligibility criteria and providing certain documentation, pre-employment requirements include illicit drug screening and background checks.
I am a medical student with loans. Is there anything that Hurley can do to help?keyboard_arrow_down
Yes. Hurley Medical Center meets the criteria for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. This new program offers forgiveness for remaining debt after a physician has completed ten years of eligible employment and qualifying loan payments. (During those 10 years, an Income-Based Repayment (IBR) plan can help keep your loan payments affordable.) For more information on the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program visit https://studentaid.gov/manage-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service.
Do the residency training programs accept Visas?keyboard_arrow_down
Hurley accepts J-1 Visas.
How do I apply to a Hurley Residency Training Program?keyboard_arrow_down
Applications to all of our residency training programs must be sent through the Electronic Residency Application Service ( ERAS). ERAS is the service that transmits residency applications, letters of recommendations, transcripts and other supporting documents for candidates. The ERAS website is www.aamc.org/eras. Each residency training program utilizes the National Resident Matching Program to rank candidates who meet criteria for appointment to specific residency training programs at Hurley. The NRMP Web Site is www.nrmp.org.
Find out more about applying to one of the Hurley residency training programs.
Candidates for fellowships at Hurley Medical Center have their own application processes. View the specific fellowship program's Apply page for details.
Can a resident receive a faculty appointment?keyboard_arrow_down
Yes. The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine offers instructor resident appointments.