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He is known for his many contributions to the Michigan trauma and acute care community. He has been a prime mover in Michigan for promoting the Advanced Trauma Life Support Course, the Advanced Surgical Skills in Emergency Trauma Course, the widespread utilization of ultra-sonography in the care of injured patients and definitive open surgical fixation for unstable flail chest. STEPS Forward Wellness programis an interactive practice transformation series offering innovative strategies that will allow physicians and their staff to thrive in the evolving health care environment. DETROIT — The Detroit Wayne County Health Authority and the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine have won a $21 million, three-year grant to establish a teaching health center in Wayne County.

Outside of work, Maisha likes to spend time volunteering at different nonprofit organizations and spending quality time with her family and friends. The Detroit Wayne County Health Authority GME Consortium is a community-based graduate medical education consortium in partnership with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and four local Federally Qualified Community Health Centers . “The first step toward alleviating the chronic provider shortage in medically underserved areas is to train primary care physicians in this setting,” Allen said. “We have approval for three residency slots in family medicine, psychiatry and internal medicine for July 2013,” Strampel said. “We hope to get approval for pediatrics, geriatrics and obstetrics in January or February. If not, we will start those programs” in July 2014.

Discoverthree key tips for physicians in medical marriagesto strengthen your connection with your partner as your career and relationship progress. The ACGME has a tools and resources web page dedicated to physician well-being. Resources to support local efforts to improve resident, fellow, and faculty well-being can be found here. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education has created a webpage for residents and fellows that promotes a culture of physician well-being and provides support in the case of burnout, depression, or suicide. The WSU Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences is offering a new program providing free assistance for members of the WSU community who may be facing challenges coping with the demands of the pandemic. Allen said the residency consortium will help provide access points when the Affordable Care Act adds more than 500,000 people to the Medicaid and private insurance rolls in Michigan in 2014.

These health centers are in urban Detroit, suburban Wayne County, and rural Monroe County. Grand Rounds are held on select Thursday mornings and include 6 Family Medicine presentations by faculty or guest speakers on various topics and 10 Behavioral Medicine presentations intended for the medical education of family medicine faculty, residents, and medical students. Development Centers is one of Detroit’s preeminent behavioral health care and early childhood education providers. For over 35 years, we have reached out to the community, striving to fulfill our mission of helping children, adults and families live healthier, happier lives. We are dedicated to nurturing children at risk, strengthening families in crisis and empowering individuals to achieve their highest potential. Our expertise in delivering mental health, early childhood education and employment services allows us to offer innovative and comprehensive programming to over 11,000 community members each year.

The General Surgery program consists of 12 residents, with two chief residents graduating each year. Two categorical and two preliminary positions are offered at the PGY-1 level. Faculty members ensure individual attention is given to each resident and encourage active participation in ongoing clinical research projects and scholarship. Our five-year residency in Diagnostic Radiology is fully approved by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education.

Audition rotations are only offered in our family medicine program right now. On Wednesday mornings, presentations by guest speakers, faculty, residents and fellows enhance medical knowledge of various medical specialties. In addition, once per block, the FM senior arranges a case for presentation in the OB or Nursing Education Simulation Labs at the hospital to educate residents on inpatient cases simulating common procedures. Chris Allen, CEO of the Health Authority, said many of the resident physicians will end up practicing in Detroit, helping community medicine for years to come.

Strampel said he and Allen met over the summer to discuss HRSA’s new grant program to fund graduate medical education in primary care sites. The program offers a number of different options in structuring the transitional year, attempting to allow individuals to design a program uniquely suited to their needs. All positions include rotations in internal medicine, emergency medicine, ambulatory care and surgery. Electives actually additions are available in pediatrics, gynecology, radiology, anesthesiology, pathology, family practice, as well as medical and surgical subspecialties. The Transitional Year Residency Program was established to meet the needs of physicians whose residency programs require one year of fundamental clinical experience, as well as to provide the option of a broad base of clinical experience prior to specialization.

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