Established in 1976, the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency is a PGY 1-3 program. The program is affiliated with Detroit Medical Center, and our physicians are all faculty at Wayne State University and Central Michigan University. The program is fully accredited by ACGME to train 14 residents per year.
Detroit Receiving Hospital (DRH) sees around 90k patients per year and is a level 1 trauma center. Our residents have extraordinary research opportunities. We are ranked 15th for National Institutes of Health funding and 1st for Emergency Medicine Foundation grants. Our program provides residents with a robust and diverse clinical experience that focuses on critical care and education.
Established in 1981, the Sinai-Grace Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency is a PGY 1-3 program. The program is affiliated with Detroit Medical Center, and our physicians are all faculty at Wayne State University and Central Michigan University. It is fully accredited by ACGME to train 12 residents per year.
Sinai-Grace Hospital’s (SGH) emergency department sees around 100k patients per year and is the third busiest ED in Michigan. The hospital also sees approximately 2,500 trauma codes each year. It receives more priority 1 EMS runs than any other hospital in metro Detroit. SGH has a very prominent ultrasound program, but the hospital also has fellowships in many different areas such as toxicology, global health, and sports medicine.
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