All second-year University of Michigan Medical School students (M2s) participate in eight clinical rotations, including Obstetrics and Gynecology. This six-week rotation gives students a chance to experience a variety of specialties and develop the surgical knowledge and clinical skills they'll need as a physician, regardless of their ultimate choice of specialty.
In addition, we offer 12 electives for medical students interested in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Medical students rotating through ObGyn will work alongside faculty, fellows, and residents to develop an appreciation for the complexities of delivering comprehensive women’s healthcare. Through clinical experience, didactic sessions, and case-based learning, our students can expect to encounter a variety of obstetric and gynecological conditions, build a strong understanding of general women’s health, and gain a better understanding of the multitude of subspecialties within the field of ObGyn.