The Eastside of Detroit is underserved in many areas, including medical care. To help meet that need, the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) is operating the former Vanguard Family Healthcare clinic on Mack Avenue as the Popoff Clinic. The clinic was bustling from the day it opened early in January, according to […]
Dr. Patrick Conway Dr. Patrick Conway presents at the Population Health & Health Equity certification class.
We are proud to address the doctor shortage by training high-quality, compassionate doctors who can serve a variety of populations. Congress needs to step up and fund these valuable programs! Our residents offer so much more than medical care to their patients. They provide compassion, empathy, understanding and hope. Congress needs to recognize their value […]
Michael Opipari, D.O., was on his way to speak at the orientation of the second Authority Health teaching health center class in Detroit when he realized that 50 years ago he began his own training. Of course, much has changed. The students tend to be smarter, yet more reliant on diagnostic technology than their own […]
For Immediate Release July 21, 2014 Contacts: Lisa Rutledge Western Wayne Family Health Centers 734-941-4991×227 or 313-204-8001 email@example.com Dennis Archambault Detroit Wayne County Health Authority 313-871-3751 firstname.lastname@example.org The future of medical training is in the community, where people live, work, and recreate. Community health centers like Western Wayne Family Health Centers, together with the Detroit […]
DETROIT — John Sealey, D.O, director of Medical Education for the Authority Health Graduate Medical Education Program, has been accepted into the 2014-15 Health Policy Fellowship, sponsored by the American Osteopathic Association. The fellowship program, which is cosponsored by the New York Institute of Technology/New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Ohio University College […]
The Detroit Wayne County Health Authority (Health Authority) and Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSU) have been funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to establish a teaching health center in Wayne County. Teaching Health Centers are central to the Affordable Care Act as a tool expand primary care in medically […]