University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
Burrows, MD, PhD
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital – 348 bed hospital in a quaternary care center, >30,000 ED visits/year, 9 primary care clinics with >100,000 visits/year
Longitudinal Second Clinic - 2nd and 3rd year residents select a second continuity clinic in an area of their choice (primary care, sub-specialty care, or research).
House Officer Association - Our residents are unionized, have amazing benefits and opportunities to engage in Michigan Medicine wide initiatives.
Resident Assistants - All inpatient teams have administrative assistants to help with non-physician tasks.
Class size - 21 categorical pediatrics, 4 child neurology, 2 pediatrics-genetics, and 8 medicine-pediatrics residents.
Most recent 8 classes come from 55 medical schools and 28 states
Each resident is paired with a dedicated faculty advisor, associate program director, and chief resident to provide resources and support.
Ann Arbor, MI – 2020 #1 Most Educated City in America, (WalletHub.com); 2020 #2 Top Place to Live (Livability.com).
Ann Arbor boasts a top public university, competitive athletics, museums, vast green space, and a vibrant restaurant scene.
Close proximity to Detroit, with the arts, leisure, sports, transportation, and employment offerings of a top-15 U.S. metropolitan area.
Diverse patient population, spanning 9 continuity clinic locations in SE Michigan – 35% Medicaid, 25% non-white, greater than 70 spoken languages.
11 elective blocks spread over 2nd and 3rd year, selected by residents, not assigned. Almost all weekends are free on these blocks.
Every resident completes a mentored scholarly project with departmental support. Many residents publish and present their work locally and nationally.
Case conferences and didactic lectures daily –with lunch!
Community health and advocacy rotations - residents meet with state legislators, work in a legal aid clinic, learn about community resources.
Monthly departmental forum on racism and injustice, with pediatric residents as previous presenters.
Fairness, Inclusion, Respect, and Equity (FIRE) Rounds incorporated into departmental Grand Rounds.
Residency interest groups include Pediatricians for Black Lives and Michigan Pediatrics Advocacy Collaborative Team (MPACT), with regular inclusion in our educational conference schedule.
Each resident rotation, mandatory and elective, has identified specialty-specific DEI learning objectives and recommended readings.
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