If accepted, the SPT credentialing application will be initiated electronically via MedHub, U-M’s web-based residency management program, and managed by the U-M training program.
Essential SPT Quick Facts:
- The educational experience must not be available at the SPT’s home institution.
- SPTs must:
- Be currently enrolled in an accredited ACGME, CODA, ABOG, or CPME training program at an outside institution within the United States.
- Be in good standing within their training program.
- Be a PGY2 level or higher.
- Meet U-M selection and credentialing requirements, which include but are not limited to:
- US citizen, permanent resident, ECFMG-sponsored J1 visa, or H1B visa (if on an H1B visa the rotation must be 30 days or less)
- Medical School must appear on the Medical Board of California list or an SPT from an osteopathic medical school must appear on the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) list
- Successful completion of a background check and drug screening.
- Obtain a Michigan Medical License and associated Controlled Substance License.
- Have a valid American Heart Association (AHA) certified ACLS and/or PALS card.
- There is a $400 institutional SPT application fee. Some U-M training programs may require additional fees.
- All fees are the responsibility of the SPT.
- U-M training programs must obtain approval from the GME Office at a minimum of 6-months prior to the start of the rotation via the “Request for SPT” form; in addition to providing the completed SPT credentialing application at a minimum of 3-months prior to the start of the rotation.
- No SPT rotations are available in July.
Residents and fellows training at another institution in a ACGME, CODA, ABOG, or CPME accredited program are not eligible to visit U-M as observers (UMHS Policy 04-06-061).