The University of Michigan Hospital Medicine Program is dedicated to maximizing the quality, safety, and efficiency of inpatient care; achieving excellence in inpatient education for our trainees; pursuing research and scholarly work that advance the field of hospital medicine and ultimately improve the care of hospitalized patients.
The Hospital Medicine faculty at Michigan includes a diverse group of researchers, leaders in local, regional, and national quality improvement, educational leaders, as well as local and regional clinical champions. Numerous opportunities exist for faculty professional development to enhance clinical, educational, quality improvement, and research skills. For qualified candidates, the Hospital Medicine Research Fellowship offers a Masters Degree in Clinical Research and research training with world class investigators.
Since its inception in 2002, our program has grown to over 70 faculty and staff dedicated to inpatient general medicine, teaching, research, and administrative responsibilities, all centered on inpatient care. Our clinical programs span both the University Hospital and the Ann Arbor VA Medical Center. In addition to caring for complex general medical patients, clinical work in our program also includes opportunities for interested faculty to care for subspecialty populations such as renal transplant and hematologic malignancy.