CMU Medical Education Partners (CMU
Partners) is part of Central Michigan University College of Medicine.
The College of Medicine was established in 2009 to prepare physicians
focused on improving access to high quality health care in Michigan,
with an emphasis on rural and medically underserviced regions.
Partners was developed as a separate corporation by CMU College of
Medicine in partnership with Covenant Healthcare and St. Mary’s of
Michigan. CMU Partners manages six residency programs located at
Covenant and St. Mary’s and these programs are accredited through the ACGME. They include: Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Podiatry and Psychiatry.
In addition, CMU also provides educational experience to residents and students in several areas, including: infectious disease, endocrinology, pediatrics, simulation and rheumatology services.
employed by CMU Partners are University faculty appointed through the
CMU College of Medicine. The faculty work collaboratively and
interactively to deliver an innovative curriculum across both campuses.
Partners has over 40 years of experience delivering medical education
to students and residents, and provides quality healthcare as the
largest multi-specialty practice in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
CMU College of Medicine has campuses in Mount Pleasant and Saginaw. The
Central Michigan campus is the primary site for education of first- and
second-year medical students, for its central administration (this
includes general administration, clinical, research and education
administration) and for the conduct of its research programs. The
Saginaw sites (which includes CMU Partners) are primarily for third- and fourth-year medical students,
training of residents in CMU Health clinics and local graduate medical
CMU College of Medicine's clinical enterprise - programs and sites - are referred to as CMU Health. The College of Medicine educates students through affiliated healthcare entities across mid and northern Michigan.