Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Midland Regional Campus
After 40 years of successful collaboration and affiliation between MidMichigan Health and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, at one of the nation's first Family Medicine Residency programs, we are proud to introduce the newest clinical community campus for the College of Human Medicine - the Midland Regional Campus. In July 2011, third and fourth year students began clinical training at these MidMichigan sites:
As well as at dozens of affiliated urgent care, home care, and community physician practices in the region.
Why Choose the Midland Regional Campus?
MidMichigan Health's top-ranked hospitals, broad scope of services and large geographic reach provide a unique combination of opportunities that other campuses can’t match:
- Access to the same state-of-the art technology and physician expertise you'd find in other large academic medical centers
- One-on-one access to patients, teaching physicians/residents and learning opportunities provide significantly more meaningful and engaging clinical experiences
- Opportunities to experience unique challenges and strategies for practicing medicine in urban and rural settings - a diverse community patient population
- A broad array of educational opportunities for students, residents and physicians
- A successful, financially stable, Top 50 health system, with hospitals that consistently rank among the nation's leaders in clinical excellence and patient safety
- Ranked among the top US health systems for 3 consecutive years
- An outstanding collaborative environment, with healthcare providers, administrators and staff committed to improving the health of residents in the middle of Michigan
Video: What MSU Medical Students Love About the Midland Regional Campus
Video: Residency Program Graduates Discuss MidMichigan's Teaching Environment