Botsford Hospital
28050 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5919
(248) 471-8000
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Family Practice/NMM

Program Director:

Carolyn Nelson, D.O.
32754 Grand River Ave.
Farmington, MI 48335
(248) 476-3280

Lena Anderson

Program Director:

Stephen Goldman, D.O.
23995 Novi Rd. Suite C103
Novi, MI 48375
(248) 380-1900

Medical Education:
(248) 471-8224

Program Description

AOA Approved Positions: 6
Board Pass Rate 100% for both FP and NMM

The Integrated Family Practice and Neuromusculoskeletal Residency Program at Botsford Hospital is a four-year program that provides the resident with a combination of training in Family Practice (FP) and Neuromuscular Medicine (NMM). The program provides an additional year of training beyond the requirements of the ACOFP and meets AOA requirements for both FP and NMM certification.

Family Medicine career offers physicians a vast array of opportunities. There is significant satisfaction in the privilege and challenge of caring for the "whole" patient. An accredited Family Medicine/OMM residency enables you to competently care for 90% of your patients' needs and the choice to refer to a specialist as needed. It is the only specialty that offers the fulfillment of caring for your patient from cradle to grave and also caring for their circle of friends, neighbors and family.

Other advantages include the ability to diversify and or specialize within the scope of family practice depending upon your personal interest such as in geriatrics, sports med, OMT, OB, etc. No other "doctor job" allows the flexibility to "mold" your career to your needs and interest. A family practitioner can care for hospitalized patients or develop strictly an office-based practice, work part time or full time, weekends or no weekends, and service nursing homes or not. It is a "family friendly" career opportunity.

In addition, this program is part of the Statewide Osteopathic Principles and Practices Consortium through the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM). This Consortium meets for monthly journal club and lectures/laboratories to provide additional didactic and hands-on training with all member hospitals and MSUCOM.

ACGME Application
Neuromuscular Medicine submitted their ACGME application on October 25, 2016 and are currently Pre-Accredited. The program underwent a site visit on December 6, 2016. Once the program has been reviewed by the ACGME Residency Committee for Neuromuscular Medicine, an accreditation decision will be made. Beaumont, Farmington Hills Neuromuscular Medicine program is committed to meeting program requirements, as specified by the ACGME, to ensure accreditation is granted.

If you have specific questions about the residency program,you can email Stephen Goldman, DO for more information.

To download a copy of the program manual, go to:

Chief Resident

Michelle LeMieux, D.O.
Family Practice/NMM

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