The Michigan Medicine Section of General Surgery delivers comprehensive, expert care for a wide range of treatments and conditions across our divisions of Acute Care Surgery, Colorectal Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, Hepatopancreatobiliary Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Surgical Oncology, and Veterans Administration.
Leaders in Surgery
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Our approach to patient care is built on a model of coordination across multiple specialties, providing patients with a comprehensive experience that coalesces the best medical advice from a team of experts. The Michigan Medicine Section of General Surgery offers a rare depth of experience across 7 surgical specialties.
We’re committed to educating the profession’s future surgical leaders, beginning with medical student education and extending to advanced fellowship programs. Michigan General Surgery is home to a highly ranked general surgery residency, as well as competitive fellowships in surgical critical care, endocrine surgery, acute care surgery, and surgical breast care.
The research program at the Section of General Surgery is striking for its creativity and breadth, covering basic research to clinical trials. Current efforts include: enhancing quality of life and preventing injury through education at the nationally recognized Trauma Burn Center; developing new immunotherapies for cancer treatment; personalizing health care through novel use of CT scans to assess surgical outcomes, and a new field we call morphomic analysis.
Residents and faculty in the Department of Surgery at Michigan Medicine benefit from resources provided through the Michigan Promise, an investment in surgical faculty and residents to promote professional and academic success. The Michigan Promise focuses on initiatives in six areas of impact: Environment, Recruitment, Achievement, Leadership, Innovation, and Outreach.