Authority Health GME,
A Teaching Health Center Program
Each of the medical residency programs of Authority Health GME is an approved Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education (THCGME) program funded by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA). Authority Health was created to establish an innovative community-based model for residency training that will enhance physicians’ skills and broaden their perspectives in the service of diverse, vulnerable populations. Further, in anticipation of the expansion of the Medicaid-eligible population in 2014, the Consortium aims to increase the supply of health professionals working in medically underserved communities.
Upon completion, residents receive a diploma from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Residents also complete a required population health certification program, provided by the University of Michigan School of Public Health.
» Internal Medicine Residency Program
» Family Medicine Residency Program
» Geriatric Residency Fellowship
» Psychiatry Residency Program
» Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Program
» Pediatric Residency Program
How to Apply
Applications for all programs can be completed through ERAS by searching Detroit Wayne County Health Authority GME Program, under specialty of interest. Each program has a different set of criteria, so please submit all requested information, to ensure the Program Director and program coordinator review your application.
Applicants are not required to go through the match process but may if they choose. If a resident candidate is selected to interview, and is offered a position, you may accept a pre-offer, and elect not to participate in the match process.
If you have any further questions about the program, please contact the GME office at 313-346-5235 and ask to speak with or email the coordinator for the program of interest.