What type of Emergency Department does Genesys have?
The Genesys ED is a Level II Trauma Center. It has 50 beds (plus a 7 bed physician triage area) that sees more than 65,000 patients per year with an admission rate of 30%.
How are emergency department shift schedules organized?
All shifts are 9 hours in length. Residents have 19, 19, 18, and 18 shifts per month their first, second, third, and fourth years respectively.
How many EM residents do you accept per year?
We accept approximately 6 residents per year.
What are your application requirements?
Required documents include ERAS application, USMLE/COMLEX scores, 2 letters of recommendation, transcripts, Deans letter, and valid ECFMG certificate for IMGs.
Do you have specific USMLE/COMLEX score requirements?
USMLE or COMLEX I & II must be passed on first attempt. USMLE 1 must be passed with a minimum score of 220. COMLEX I must be passed with a minimum score of 450.
What is your interview start date and end date?
Our interview season typically runs from October to December/January of each academic year.
Are residents allowed to moonlight?
Absolutely. Osteopathic residents can moonlight after the first 6 months of their PGY-2 year, and allopathic residents can moonlight their PGY-3 year.
What other hospitals are affiliated with Genesys?
We are affiliated with Hurley Medical Center, Beaumont Hospital, and Detroit Medical Center.
What is there to do in the area?
From skiing, to great restaurants, to sporting events, to museums, to auto shows, there is always something to do in Michigan and the area all year long. Other things to do include an annual golf outing, house staff ski trip, nearby orchards, or anything in the Upper Peninsula, Mackinac Island, and Traverse City.
What type of benefits can residents expect?
Benefits include medical insurance, life insurance policy, dental/optical insurance, professional liability insurance, lab coat allowance, on-call quarters, and a meal stipend.
Genesys Acorn Gift and Floral Shop:
The Genesys Acorn Gift and Floral Shop specializes in unique specialty gifts, jewelry, handbags, accessories, boutique clothing as well as floral arrangements, cards, candy, magazines, sundries, baby items and soft toys. A Genesys volunteer will personally deliver your gift ordered online!
About Genesys: Genesys is a regionally integrated health care delivery
system comprised of a complete continuum of care primarily servicing Genesee,
Shiawassee, Lapeer, Oakland, Livingston and Tuscola counties.
Genesys Hospital Grand Blanc Michigan proudly serves these communities
within our six county Southeast Michigan service area:
Genesee County: Burton, Clio, Davison, Fenton, Flint, Flushing, Gaines,
Goodrich, Grand Blanc, Lennon, Linden, Montrose, Mount Morris, Otisville, Otter
Lake and Swartz Creek.
Shiawassee County: Bancroft, Byron, Corunna, Durand, Laingsburg, Lennon, Morrice, New Lothrop, Owosso, Perry and Vernon.
Lapeer County: Almont, Barnes Lake, Millers Lake, Brown City, Clifford,
Columbiaville, Deerfield, Dryden, Elba, Goodland, Hadley, Imlay City, Imlay,
Lapeer, Marathon, Mayfield, Metamora, North Branch, Oregon Township, Otter Lake
North Oakland County: Auburn Hills, Clarkston, Holly, Lake Angelus, Lake Orion, Leonard, Milford, Ortonville, Oxford, Pontiac, Waterford.
Livingston County: Brighton, Howell, Pinckney and Fowlerville.
Tuscola County: Akron, Caro, Cass City, Fairgrove, Gagetown, Kingston,
Mayville, Millington, Reese, Unionville and Vassar.