McLaren Residency & Fellowship Programs

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    The primary goal of the McLaren Flint Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program is to provide an academically and clinically sound training program for the fellows, so that they can acquire outstanding knowledge and clinical skills in general cardiology. The program has a strong emphasis on balancing clinical training with academic teaching and research. Academic teaching and research exposure will provide a foundation for a future academic career as well. The aim of the program is to provide the trainee with the basic and clinical knowledge, procedural skills, clinical judgment, research, professionalism and interpersonal skills required as a specialist in cardiovascular diseases. The training will prepare fellows to excel as highly competent cardiologists providing compassionate and comprehensive care.

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    The Michigan Center for Advanced Psychology Training (MICAPT) provides a two-year postdoctoral fellowship experience in clinical health psychology with an emphasis on medical education as part of a robust Graduate Medical Education program at McLaren Flint. The fellowship is primarily housed within the Department of Family Medicine at McLaren Flint, which is an engaging and dynamic system with opportunities for membership on committees, development of new services lines/curricula, and promotion of professional goals. Fellows gain clinical experiences in hospital consultation-liaison services, integrated primary care, multidisciplinary teams and group visits, psychosocial oncology, and outpatient assessment and psychotherapy. Fellows are also involved in teaching behavioral medicine and other clinical skills to medical students and resident physicians through formal didactics, as well as case based interactions and discussions. Additionally, opportunities exist for scholarly activity and most of the fellowship faculty are actively involved in current research, quality improvement, or program development activities. Upon successful completion of a MICAPT program, fellows possess: • Advanced practice clinical competency in Clinical Health Psychology • The ability to assume a leadership role in medical education and supervisory training. • Expertise in hospital and ambulatory practice utilizing a transdisciplinary model within a team process approach. • The ability to critically review research, make scholarly contributions to the field and adopt a commitment to lifelong learning. MICAPT Fellows are employed by McLaren Flint and complete all clinical activities in both the inpatient and outpatient settings to include the Family Medicine Residency Center, Internal Medicine Residency Group Practice, Bariatric Institute, and Karmanos Cancer Center at McLaren Flint.

    MICAPT fellows enjoy: • Competitive stipends • Liberal fringe benefits • Generous educational funds • Medical education responsibilities with medical students and residents • Opportunities to supervise doctoral-level psychology trainees • A friendly and helpful team of faculty and staff • Opportunity to participate in research, as desired • Robust wellness curriculum • Opportunities to provide community and hospital-based lectures

    Additionally, each fellow benefits from exposure to various elective activities with Flint-area postdoctoral fellowship programs, faculty, and fellow peers through didactics and more!

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    The Family Medicine Residency program at McLaren Flint is proud to offer comprehensive training for residents to become competent in the full scope of Family Medicine. As a first year resident in our program, you are trained in behavioral medicine, family medicine services – both inpatient and outpatient care, geriatrics, health system science, neonates in the intensive care unit, musculoskeletal & sports medicine, obstetrics, and pediatrics. In your second and third years of residency here, training consists of enhancing what you learned in year one along with acute care, adult critical care, cardiology, emergency medicine, gynecology, and pulmonology. Throughout the years of training, we offer longitudinal experiences in addiction medicine, common office procedures, caring for uninsured at the Free Medical Clinic and veterans at the VA community-based outpatient clinic, home visits, quality improvement & research, and population health. If you are interested in serving the underserved and want to be a well-trained family physician in all aspects of the field, then this is the program for you!

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    The Michigan State University Integrated Residency Program in General Surgery operates from McLaren Flint in Flint, Sparrow Hospital and McLaren Greater Lansing in Lansing.

    The program is directed by Hugh Lindsey MD and Associate Program Director is Robert Molnar, MD.

    For more information about the program, please visit the General Surgery Residency site.

  • Program Information:

    The Internal Medicine Residency at McLaren Flint is an exceptional community-based training program, which is proud of its dedicated faculty, industrious residents and friendly staff. We support a nurturing learning environment, where all learners are valued and freedom of expression is encouraged. Our goal is to provide a balance of education with progressive autonomy in provision of high quality, evidence-based, cost-conscious patient care. Clinical training occurs in various settings, such as inpatient, outpatient, nursing homes, intensive care units, and emergency department. Residents are supported by faculty mentors, coaches and academic advisors who assist them in tracking their professional and personal trajectory of growth. Behavioral medicine, ethics and professionalism are highly valued and emphasized. Our program requires resident participation in scholarly activities including research and quality improvement, both of which have resulted in award winning presentations across local, national, and international platforms. Our residents have a track record of successful board pass rates and attainment of subspecialty fellowships at prestigious institutions across the country. Above all, our goal is to instill in our residents a love for lifelong learning and pursuit of excellence.

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    The Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program at McLaren Flint is a five-year, allopathic program with three residents per training year. Our program was established in 1973 and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

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    This 2-year clinical fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive open and endovascular training for 2-4 vascular surgery fellows per year. Vascular fellows work with eight full-time and two part-time board certified vascular surgeons who practice at three hospitals, five outpatient surgery centers and a single office-based practice. Global management of patients with peripheral arterial disease along with vascular medicine principles is incorporated into the daily learning environment.