||This Fellowship (affiliated with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine) is designed to train surgeons in the care of the critically ill and injured surgical patient, as well as to develop competence in system organization. Of Hurley’s 1700 annual trauma admissions, 20% are penetrating injuries. The fellow also can develop academic skills by becoming an Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor; training resident physicians, medical students, physician assistants and nurse practitioners; and by participating in ongoing research and performance improvement projects.
Hurley Medical Center is a 443-bed premier public teaching hospital in the heart of Genesee County, Michigan, and houses Hurley Children’s Hospital. As the region’s only Level I Trauma Center, Level II Pediatric Trauma Center, Burn Center and the highest-level Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) available in Genesee County, Hurley is a recognized leader in clinical care and education, maintaining affiliations with Michigan State University-East Lansing, the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan-Flint, Mott Community College, Henry Ford Health System, and Children’s Hospital of Michigan-Detroit Medical Center. Founded in 1908, Hurley provides patient care for more than 100,000 people annually.
The candidate must have completed a surgical residency program. International medical graduates also must have an ECFMG certificate.
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For more information, visit the Trauma-Surgery Fellowship Program website at Hurley Medical Center: http://education.hurleymc.com/gme/residencies-and-fellowships/trauma/