Training Facilities

Inpatient Facilties

University of Michigan Medical Center

Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the University of Michigan Medical Center is the main complex for patient care at Michigan Medicine. Our main campus consists of three hospitals and a variety of specialty centers. Learn more.

Michigan Medicine Facts and Figures FY2020

Patient Care Visits | 2,367,992
Hospital Discharges | 46,398
Emergency Dept. Visits | 99,848
Outpatient Clinic Visits | 2.4M
Faculty Members | 3,948

Veteran Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System

Since 1953, Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System (VAAAHS) has provided services to the men and women who have proudly served our nation. We have the highest patient satisfaction score of all VA hospitals in the United States and are widely regarded by our peers as one of the top VA hospitals in the nation. The medicine service is the largest service at the VAAAHS, with strong relationships and collaborations with the U-M Department of Internal Medicine. Our top research programs gather data through VA grants that allow us to pursue major National Institutes of Health grants. Learn more

Outpatient Facilities

Specialty Care Centers

Michigan Medicine offers a full spectrum of specialty care including diagnostic, treatment, ongoing care management and rehabilitation in health centers and ambulatory surgery centers throughout Southeast Michigan. Learn more.

Primary Care Centers

U-M primary care physicians (PCPs) and pediatricians practice in over 15 convenient neighborhood Health Centers who provide a full range of services. Learn more.

Clinical Simulation Center

As part of our residents’ education and training, we have access to a state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Center. Here our residents learn and practice procedural skills including aseptic technique, venous cannulation (peripheral and central), interosseous vascular access, thoracentesis and intubation. These resources allow for individual and team-based training to reinforce concepts presented in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and include monthly refresher sessions with a “Mock Code“ for those assigned to the code team. Additionally, within our ambulatory curriculum we utilize tools such as the ophthalmology simulators to review the eye exam, provide feedback on technique, and discuss identified pathology and documentation. Coupled with “real world” experiences, our program incorporates the use of simulation technology to ensure the best delivery of healthcare to our patients under any circumstances.

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