Mercy Health

History

The goal of this program is to produce clinically outstanding emergency physicians in addition to molding professional, administrative and academic leaders. The mission of the residency echoes that of the Mercy Health system which is to be the leader of safe, high quality, patient-centered, compassionate, health related services. The program emphasizes integrity, respect and support for all people, accountability, learning and continuous improvement.

Leadership

  • Department Chair:
  • Program Director: Ryan Offman, DO
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Adam Anderson, MD and Joe Betcher, MD
  • Research Director:

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

  • Mercy Health Hackley
  • Mercy Health Saint Mary's

Secondary Hospital

  • Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM - 6 blocks
  • PEM - 1 block
  • MICU - 1 block
  • IM - 1 block
  • Ophtho/Hand Surgery - 1 block
  • Gen Surg - 1 block
  • OB/GYN - 1 block
  • Anesthesia - 1 block

PGY2

  • EM - 6 blocks
  • PEM - 1 block
  • PICU - 1 block
  • U/S - 1 block
  • Trauma - 1 block
  • Ortho - 1 block
  • Radiology/ENT - 1 block
  • Elective

PGY3

  • EM - 7 blocks
  • PEM - 1 block
  • EMS - 1 block
  • Tox - 1 block
  • Trauma - 1 block
  • MICU - 1 block
  • Elective - 1 block

PGY4

  • EM - 8 blocks
  • PEM - 1 block
  • Administrative - 1 block
  • MICU - 2 blocks
  • Elective - 2 blocks

Electives

Fellowships

Contact Information

  • Estella Rohm, Residency Program Coordinator
    • (231)727-5244
    • rohme@mercyhealth.com

External Links

Residency Program Home Page

See Also

Authors:

Jonathan Warren