Program Description

The McLaren Macomb Urology Residency Program is a member of the Statewide Campus System of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. It is a program across several hospital campus sites in the Metro-Detroit area that function in a collaborative, unified manner to achieve excellence in urological surgery residency training within the state of Michigan. The participating hospitals include Beaumont Health - Botsford Campus, Beaumont Health – Royal Oak Campus, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital and McLaren Macomb Hospital.

The McLaren Macomb Urology Residency Program is committed to being one of the premier training sites for urological surgery in the nation. It is committed to providing quality medical education across its participating hospitals, which function as post-graduate training institutions. The McLaren Macomb Urology Residency Program is committed to these high standards of educational excellence and provides the knowledge base, clinical training and surgical skills resulting in a high professional and personal standard for the graduating resident.

The goal of the program is to assist the resident in developing the necessary knowledge, skills and values essential to becoming a competent, certified urological surgeon. Training will emphasize the developmental skills needed to serve the patients, hospital, and community and will assist the resident in becoming a strong member of the medical profession.


The McLaren Macomb Urology Residency Program is committed to the highest caliber program, preparing residents for a career in either academic medicine or the private practice of urology. Clinical proficiency, integrity, and sensitivity to patient satisfaction are paramount. Optimal training of an urologist is dependent upon motivated and talented residents, committed faculty with necessary expertise, and an institutional environment conducive to learning. To learn the craft of urology, residents must receive graded and increasing responsibility in patient care by level of training, organized didactic education, receive evaluation of performance, instruction to develop skills of life-long learning, and exposure to basic principles of medical research and its application to clinical disease. Residents must develop competence in patient care, medical knowledge, practice-based learning and improvement, interpersonal skills and communication, professionalism, and systems-based practice.