Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Department of Family Medicine

The Corewell Health/Michigan State University Family Medicine Residency program is a three year program with six positions per year. Our program is unique—residents work in both an urban and rural settings, with rotations at Corewell Health Butterworth Hospital and Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, and Corewell Health United Hospital in Greenville. There are two main outpatient clinic sites adjacent to each hospital. Residents will rotate at both hospital sites, but most of the inpatient rotations will be at United Hospital in Greenville.  Residents will be assigned to a clinic, based upon preference in their R1 year.  The Grand Rapids clinic has a more urban feel, while the Greenville clinic is a certified rural health center.

  • Unique curriculum
  • Minimizes call months
  • Emphasizes outpatient clinic continuity
  • Longitudinal blocks
  • Behavioral health
  • Medical specialties
  • Surgical specialties
  • Rural and urban training combined—the best of both worlds
  • Experienced faculty
  • Research opportunities
  • Population health emphasis
  • Culinary medicine didactics
  • Strong in pediatric care, with rotations at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital
  • Refugee clinic where patients speak over 30 languages


25 Michigan Street NE, Suite 5100
Mail Code:  092
Grand Rapids, MI  49503
Office:  616.267.2060
Cell:      616.262.7184
Fax:      616.267.0801


Corewell Health/Michigan State University Family Medicine Residency Faculty