Botsford Hospital
28050 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5919
(248) 471-8000
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Medical Education: (248) 471-8224
Coordinator: Ann Atiyeh

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Program Director:

Robert Pierce, D.O.
MIND-MI Inst for Neurologic Disorders
28595 Orchard Lake Rd Suite 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Phone: (248) 553-0010
Fax: (248) 553-5957


Number of Neurologist on Staff: 28

Board Pass Rate: 100%

ACGME Approved Positions: 16

Program Description

The Neurology Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is a four-year program designed to provide a comprehensive clinical and didactic atmosphere so the neurology resident can acquire all the necessary skills to go into a successful clinical practice of neurology. Staff are committed to delivering the highest quality of neurological care, including diagnosis and treatment to the community, patients and referring physicians we serve.

The neurology resident is an integral part of the team approach to health care in order to attain our professed goals.

Working together, teaching, communicating and sharing new information, the attending and resident neurology staff at Beaumont, Farmington Hills and the Michigan Institute for Neurologic Disorders (MIND), uphold the long-standing tradition that has kept neurology a busy, vital, active and essential service, even as the face of medicine has changed through the years.

The Beaumont, Farmington Hills Neurology Residency Program has the highest accreditation by the AOA. ACGME initial accreditation was granted in May of 2017. Upon successful completion of training, the resident is then qualified to sit for the written boards given by the AOBNP or the ABPN. The AOBNP boards can be taken in the spring of the resident's third year, as long as he/she is in good standing, as determined by the Program Director. Upon completion of the written boards, an oral/practical exam is then offered by the AOBNP, leading to full board certification.

Teaching Faculty

Chief Residents