Botsford Hospital
28050 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5919
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Internal Medicine

Annette Carron, D.O.

Teaching Faculty
Medical Education: (248) 471-8224
Coordinator: Brittnay Gillett

Medical Student Rotation Application

Program Director:

Annette Carron, D.O.
Botsford Palliative Care
28050 Grand River Avenue
Suite 306N
Farmington Hills, MI  48336

Phone: (248) 471-8873
Fax: (248) 478-7179
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Benjamin Rossi, D.O.

Assistant Program Director :

Benjamin Rossi, D.O.
Midwest Internal Medicine Associates
20317 Farmington Road
Livonia, MI 48152

Phone: (248) 615-0777
Fax: (248) 615-0779
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Number of General Medicine Internists on Staff: 51

Board Pass Rate: 100%

Program Description

The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Botsford Hospital is a three-year program that satisfies the basic curriculum for residency training by the American College of Osteopathic Internists (ACOI). Internal medicine track interns rotate through general internal medicine services as well as several subspecialty services in addition to satisfying the requirements of the intern as described by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). During the 2nd and 3rd years, residents complete a rotation in all required medical subspecialties, with additional months in the critical care complex rotation and approximately 6 months set aside for elective rotations.

The overwhelming majority of our candidates enter the Medicine Track Internship, complete their General Internal Medicine training and become board eligible in three years. At our institution, this track particularly emphasizes the skills to practice as a highly qualified "hospitalist" or, alternatively, to seek additional subspecialty training at Botsford or elsewhere. Our graduates also consistently report that, where their path has taken them into primary care, their training has served them in that capacity as well. Fellowships at Botsford following Internal Medicine training include Cardiology, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Gastroenterology, Nephrology and Infectious Disease, each additionally extending the skills and experience of the trainee.

Resident Call Schedule:
PGY1 = 7 per month
PGY2 = 5 per month
PGY3 = 4 per month

Affiliations and Outside Rotations: Oakwood Hospital

Fellowships/Honors of Program Grads: Oncology, Critical Care, Pulmonary Medicine, Nephrology, Cardiology, Infectious Disease

Chief Residents

Shanna Elston, D.O.
Beverly Schuler, D.O.
Internal Medicine
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Lindsey Feldman, D.O.
Christopher Sciamanna, D.O.
Internal Medicine
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