Resident Training & Resources

The most effective graduate medical education occurs in an environment in which the needs of patients, residents and their families are met. Hurley Medical Center and the leadership of our residency training programs are committed to providing our residents with access to services, organizations and other opportunities that, in turn, enhance the care we provide patients.

We also recognize that the best interests of patients and the successful educational training of residents is dependent upon the establishment of appropriate work hours for residents. In agreement with the House Staff Association, Hurley Medical Center makes every reasonable effort to arrange schedules and duties consistent with optimum patient care, high standards of training, specialty board requirements and limitations, and the health and well being of residents (including social needs and the importance of adequate rest).

For more information on these Resident Resources, please click any of the following links:

Workplace Well-Being

We offer lots of ways to help you stay well every day, such as:

  • Nap rooms (separate rooms for females & males)
  • Lactation pods (main hospital & children's clinic at Flint Farmers' Market)
  • Reimbursement for a one-way local ride home if too fatigued to drive yourself (cab, Uber, Lyft, etc.)
  • On-site 24/7 free fitness center
  • Weekly wellness offerings, such as chair massages (pay per minute), nutritional food samples & recipes, incentives for physical fitness & health screenings, etc.
  • Designated GME wellness days/events with enrichment & education for residents, fellows & faculty
  • On-site cafeteria & Jazzman's Cafe
  • Hurley Community Wellness Path with fitness stations across the street from the main building
  • Close proximity to award-winning Flint Farmers' Market
  • Quiet library to study
  • State-of-the-art education center
  • Multiple workstation rooms for convenient access to computers & dictation equipment
  • Discounts to sporting events, area attractions, auto purchases, mobile phone providers, and more
  • Easy access to mid-Michigan's outdoor attractions (downhill & cross-country skiing, swimming, hiking, pumpkin patches, cider mills, apple orchards, roadside fruit & vegetable stands, golfing, sand volleyball, softball, soccer, etc.)

Wellness Resources

(Most require Hurley account setups or Hurley-issued passcodes.)

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