Residency Program

It takes a certain kind of person to choose a career in emergency medicine. As providers who commit to caring for patients regardless of the condition they come to us in or their ability to pay, we see the world of medicine through a different lens. Altruism is at our core. Passion drives our purpose.

The University of Michigan / St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency program prepares you to navigate any critical care situation and environment to every level of acuity. Our carefully crafted curriculum equips you with what you need to know and do while opening a space for you to pursue the passions that will see you through your greatest triumphs and most challenging days in the natural course of our profession.

We are looking for smart, compassionate, hard-working people to join our team.

What are you training for?

Emergency Medicine residents assist with chest compression

Why Train at Michigan

Learn more about how U-M Emergency Medicine prepares you to succeed in the career of your choice.

 

Emergency Medicine residents perform chest ultrasound

Professional Development Tracks

Develop your core interests into a specialized skillset, from global health to wilderness medicine to research.

 

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Resident Life

See what residents love about Ann Arbor, one of the country's most livable small cities.

 

“Emergency medicine, more than many other specialties, is a team sport. Are you somebody who is going to treat everyone on the team with respect regardless of their level? The reality is that we don’t function without them. On any given day, we must recognize that each person brings something invaluable that contributes to the success of taking care of patients.” — Sarah Tehranisa, EM4