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The Sinai-Grace general surgery residency program accepts three new residents per year. Residents work closely with board certified attendings who are dedicated to education. The program is funded by Michigan State University College of Osteopathic
Medicine in collaboration with the Statewide Campus System. The majority of the residents’ time is spent at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital in Detroit, MI, with rotation time spent at various
affiliated institutions nearby.
We invite you to explore our program-- rich in tradition and legacy-- and the diverse community and vibrancy of Detroit and the Detroit Medical Center.
Prior to entering the Sinai-Grace surgery residency program, candidates are required to pass COMLEX USA or USMLE 1 & 2. The program requires that COMLEX USA or USMLE 3 must be passed prior to entering PGY 3 year.
The Detroit Medical Center is a nicotine free hospital system and requires all newly hired residents to undergo nicotine testing during their pre-employment physical.
Our program utilizes the National Match Service (NMS) and accepts applications only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) We have received ACGME initial accreditation as of July 2017.
While an audition rotation with our program is not necessary for your application to be reviewed, we encourage and welcome rotating students year round. To schedule a rotation with our general surgery department or you have any questions about rotations, please contact:
Karolina Redziniak, MA Executive Director of Student Programs firstname.lastname@example.org
4201 St. Antoine, UHC 9C
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Phone: (313) 966-3053, (313) 745-5146 or (313) 745-5147
Fax: (313) 966-0880
If you have any questions about the program, please contact: