Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills
28050 Grand River Ave.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5919
(248) 471-8000
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Orthopedic Surgery

Teaching Faculty
Medical Education: (248) 888-2532
Coordinator: Kimberly Judd
Phone: (248) 615-7265
Fax: (248) 615-7266

Medical Student Rotation Application

Program Director:

Joseph C Finch, D.O.
(313) 277-6700



Number of Orthopedic Surgeons on Staff: 13

AOA Approved Positions: 16

Board Pass Rate: 100%

Program Description

The Orthopedic Surgical Residency Program at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is a five-year program that encompasses general orthopedics. Residents are exposed to multiple facets of general orthopedics including musculoskeletal trauma, total joint replacement arthroplasty, hand surgery, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, spine surgery, foot and ankle surgery and pediatric orthopedics.

This residency program provides surgical experience to develop proficiency in operative and non-operative orthopedics. The goal is to prepare residents to practice orthopedic surgery at the end of the residency and be prepared for the certification examination by the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery.

The training program is divided into several clinical services, which include surgical services, emergency room service and office orthopedics. Exposure to sports medicine through the Beaumont, Farmington Hills Wellness Complex as well as affiliations with major local high schools is available.

Orthopedic residents are encouraged to pursue and publish research papers on topics pertaining to musculoskeletal injury or diseases, in addition to an annual mandatory resident paper, except for the first year. A poster presentation may be submitted during one year in lieu of a paper.

Beaumont, Farmington allows 12 months for elective rotations that can provide further subspecialty orthopedic training, if approved by the Director of Medical Education and the Orthopedic Residency Director. The resident is responsible for completing logs and segregated total on any outside rotation. This insures that the surrogate trainer provides Beaumont, Farmington Hills and the Department with an evaluation following his/her rotation. There are no outside rotations during the last six months of residency training. This is in accordance with the basic standards of American Osteopathic Association (AOA).

Beaumont, Farmington Hills residency functions according to the rules and regulations of the American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, the AOA, Beaumont, Farmington Hlls Department of Orthopedic Surgery.

Resident Call Schedule: 6 nights per month

Affiliations and Outside Rotations: Children's Hospital of Cincinnati and Detroit Medical Center.

ACGME Application
Orthopedic Surgery submitted their ACGME application on September 16, 2016 and are currently Pre-Accredited. We are awaiting notice for a site visit. Once the site visit is over and the ACGME Residency Committee for Orthopedic Surgery has met, an accreditation decision will be made. Beaumont, Farmington Hills Orthopedic Surgery program is committed to meeting program requirements, as specified by the ACGME, to ensure accreditation is granted.

Fellowships/Honors of Program Grads: Joint Replacement Fellowship, Sports Medicine Fellowships, Spinal Fellowships, Hand Surgery Fellowship, Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship, Trauma Surgery Fellowship, Hand and Upper Extremity Fellowship, Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

Chief Residents

Joseph Brindise, D.O.


Yohan Jang, D.O.


Daniel McCall, D.O.