Welcome to the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program at Michigan Medicine. As part of one of the top medical centers in the country, Michigan Medicine is a wonderful place to prepare for the next phase of your career. Residents alternate every three to four blocks between rotations in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics over the course of four years satisfying board requirements for certification in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.

"During your training with us, you will care for patients with a broad spectrum of disease from those with community-acquired pneumonia or RSV, to some of the most interesting and unusual diseases seen anywhere in the world. We are fortunate to provide care for a diverse patient population, with patients representing a wide variety of ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds." - Michael Lukela, MD

OUR FACTS & FIGURES

  • Our 5-year pass rate for the Board of Medicine (ABIM) exam is 100%

  • Our 5-year pass rate for the Board of Pediatrics (ABP) exam is 100%

  • Of residents pursuing single or combined subspecialty training, 100% matched into one of their top three choices

The Michigan Medicine Health System supports a variety of hospitals, health centers, and outpatient clinics in Michigan including: University Hospital, C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Rogel Cancer Center, Frankel Cardiovascular Center, and Kellogg Eye Center. In addition, we serve patients at the Veterans Affairs (VA) Ann Arbor Healthcare Center (located less than a mile from Michigan Medicine Hospital), and a number of satellite clinics throughout our community.