Welcome to Our Family Medicine Residency - McLaren Greater Lansing Program

  • A Message from the Program Director
    R. Taylor Scott, DO

    Thank you for your interest in the McLaren Greater Lansing Family Medicine Residency Program. We are ACGME accredited and our program is closely affiliated with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. The core values of our program are respect, teamwork, compassion, innovation and integrity. Together, we provide dedicated care to the people of the greater Lansing community.


    The overall goals for the program include:

    • providing learning experiences to develop the knowledge and skills to become competent and compassionate family physicians
    • promoting the role of family medicine as it relates to other medical disciplines and work effectively as part of a health care team
    • developing lifelong learning, leadership and management skills, while integrating osteopathic principles in order to provide competent osteopathic manipulative medicine to patients of all ages

    We pride ourselves on our commitment to resident well-being due to our supportive and collaborative environment. We have a vast network of elective rotations to choose from, where each resident can tailor their schedule to what they want to pursue. Community involvement is also very important to us. Our dedication to Spartan Street Medicine, the Special Olympics, Ele’s Race, as well as Family Medicine Advocacy Day help our residents become well-rounded physicians who take pride in the neighborhoods they serve. I look forward to meeting you!

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Accreditation

The McLaren Greater Family Medicine Residency Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Program ID: 1202500745.

Primary Training Site

Lansing, Michigan

Curriculum

Curriculum

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Rotations

Required rotations, configured by ACGME guidelines, as well as requirements specific to this program, are listed below. Any changes to this curriculum must be approved by the Program Director. As a family medicine physician, most of the patient care will be in ambulatory settings. The major portion of residency training is in the primary care setting of the Family Medicine Residency Clinic (FMRC).

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