Number of Pulmonologists on Staff: 7
Board Pass Rate: 100%
Number of available positions: 6 or 2 per year
The Critical Care/Pulmonary Medicine fellowship at Botsford Hospital is a three-year program structured to prepare fellows to function as consultants and teachers in all aspects of pulmonary and critical care medicine. Following satisfactory completion of the program, fellows are board-eligible for certification in pulmonary and critical care medicine by the American Osteopathic Association through the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine.
The clinical rotations and curriculum are designed to give pulmonary and critical care fellows a well-rounded exposure to all aspects of clinical pulmonary and critical care medicine. Fellows are to achieve competency in most pulmonary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, specifically in pulmonary histology and diagnostic imaging. Fellows are responsible for giving lectures and participating as an integral part of the teaching program. A fellow's responsibilities increase commensurate with his or her cognitive skills.
This fellowship program develops proficiency in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of pulmonary diseases. During this program, fellows participate in a clinical research project and acquire needed skills to perform and interpret procedures related to medical diseases of the chest.
Fellow Call Schedule: One night per week; one weekend per month
Affiliations and Outside Rotations: Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Hospital, University of Michigan
Rotation Schedule is tailored individually for PGY 4, PGY 5, and PGY 6.
Program applications must be submitted through ERAS.