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Detroit Medical Center Osteopathic Division

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The Detroit Medical Center (DMC) – Osteopathic Division is a multi-specialty hospital system affiliated with Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. This hospital system sponsors Osteopathic Training programs in many specialties and subspecialties. These Osteopathic Programs actively participate in Statewide Campus System (SCS), the Postgraduate Training institution of the College of Osteopathic Medicine.

There are 8 hospitals in DMC with 70 postgraduate Intern, Resident and Fellowship Programs training over 1,000 physicians.

Sinai-Grace and Huron Valley-Sinai Hospitals are part of the Detroit Medical Center and serve as base hospitals for the training of Osteopathic Medical Students, Residents and Fellows.

Detroit Medical Center – Osteopathic Division offers a full range of community medical services, plus state of the art technologies which include endoscopic and robotic surgeries and the latest in Intensive Care to Palliative Care. Sinai-Grace Hospital and Huron Valley-Sinai Hospitals together have Emergency Room visits in excess of 134,755 per year.

Detroit Medical Center has a history of training Osteopathic Physicians that dates back to 1965. Currently, there are programs for Osteopathic Medical Students, Residents and Fellows.

Sinai-Grace Hospital is a community hospital strategically located in northwest Detroit where there is a high percentage of trauma and elderly patients. The hospital is a Level II Trauma Center with over 18, 414 admissions per year. The patients presenting to this hospital are acutely ill and represent an extremely broad spectrum of pathology. This patient population offers an extraordinary opportunity for Students, Residents and Fellows to have the best possible training in Medicine and Surgery.

Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital is located in the suburban area of Commerce Township with a population that is different from that of the inner city of Detroit. This hospital has an active Emergency Room with over 33,993 visits and provides a wide variety of training in the Medical and Surgical specialties.

City Profile

Detroit is a city experiencing a rebirth, building on the past glory of Motown and the Automotive Industry. Detroit is the home of 3 casinos, a Riverwalk and athletic fields for the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions and a sports arena for the Detroit Red Wings. Close in is the stadium for the Detroit Pistons. There are downtown restaurants, theatres and several museums including the African American Museum, Motown Historical Museum, Children’s Museum, Planetarium and both Art and Historical Museums. There is also an abundance of hotels and fine restaurants to choose from.


6071 W. Outer Drive
Detroit, MI 48235

Coordinator/Program Manager for Urology:
Christine Bassett
313 745-4123

Director of Medical Education and Diagnostic Radiology Program Director:
Bruce Wolf, D.O.
248 937-4316

Executive Director, Academic Affiairs:
Terese DeClercq
313 966-0515

Residency Program Manager:
Laura Goss
313 966-7434

GME Manager at Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital:
Tracy Kotwicki
937-5085 x248

Program Manager at Sinai Grace Hospital:
Angela Cole
966-1941 x313

AOA Approved Residencies

Anesthesiology  12
Diagnostic Radiology  12
General Surgery  11
Internal Medicine  12
Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery  15
Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery  3
Traditional Rotating Internship  10
Urological Surgery  18
Total Positions:  93

AOA Approved Fellowships

General Vascular Surgery  2
Total Positions:  2

Clerkship Rotations:

Anesthesiology; Critical Care Medicine; Diagnostic Radiology; General Surgery; ICU, Critical Care; ICU, Medical; ICU, Pulmonary Medicine; ICU, Surgical; Intensive Care Unit; Internal Medicine; Otolaryngology; Pediatric Intensive Care Unit; Pediatrics; Plastic Surgery; Pulmonary / Critical Care; Pulmonary Medicine; Sports Medicine; Trauma Surgery; Urological Surgery