Why IM in Saginaw?
im_picWhy Choose Saginaw for training in Internal Medicine?

  • CMU Health clinics and offices in Saginaw serve as the East Campus of the Central Michigan University College of Medicine. Benefits include: resources of a major university, resident academic appointments, opportunity to teach medical students.

  • High pass rate on ABIM Certification Exam (100 percent pass rate for 2012).

  • Extensive one to one teaching between core faculty and residents.

  • Excellent subspecialty training.

  • Community based program with primary care focus.

  • More than 60 community faculty actively involved in residency training program in addition to our dedicated full time faculty.

  • State-of-the-art critical care units.

  • Underserve urban/specialty clinic opportunities:
    • Health Delivery Incorporated
    • VA Medical Center inpatient & ambulatory clinics
    • Rural subspecialty rotations

  • More than 43,000 annual visits in CMU Health ambulatory clinics.

  • More than 87,000 annual visits in member hospitals' emergency departments.

  • CMU Health sponsors nationally recognized speakers for educational conferences and lectures.

  • Extensive participation in research projects by residents resulting in publications and presentations.

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