Welcome to Our Internal Medicine Residency - McLaren Macomb Program

  • A Message from the Program Director
    Christopher Provenzano, MD

    Our program's mission is to train house staff to attain the skills, intellect, and compassion to become exceptional internists and, if desired, to progress to fellowship training in a sub-specialty of Internal Medicine. Our program goal is to prepare and develop residents to be successful, thorough internists or sub-specialists, capable of managing varied and complicated diseases. Our program objectives include:

    • To maintain high standards of quality patient care.
    • To provide ample guidance and advice to assure our residents are well prepared to practice independently
    • To produce residents that embody professionalism, compassion, honesty, integrity, empathy, respect, and trustworthiness

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The McLaren Macomb Internal Medicine Residency is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Program ID: 1402500925.

Primary Training Site

Mount Clemens, Michigan



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Our program offers a variety of scholarly activity on a daily basis. The majority of our hands-on learning occurs during morning report, which is a resident lead case review critiqued by attending physicians. Formal didactics take place on Wednesday mornings and involve Morbidity and Mortality conference, Chest X-ray conference, Harrison’s club, New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) case and article review, specialty specific attending and fellow lectures, EKG conference, and more. Noon lectures are daily and cover both medicine and surgical topics and include Internal Medicine and Cardiology Grand Rounds. We encourage all interested students and residents to attend our lectures.

The Clinic

  • The Internal Medicine resident ambulatory clinic is a 4500 square-foot facility located just minutes from the main hospital.
  • Clinical facilities include on-site x-ray, laboratory services, procedure room and OMT rooms.
  • Under the supervision of board-certified faculty, interns and residents benefit from true continuity experiences by providing longitudinal care to their own panel of patients.