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Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University - PGY-3 (R2) Diagnostic Radiology Resident Position

April 1, 2019

Detroit Medical Center / Wayne State University is seeking to fill a PGY3 (R2) Diagnostic Radiology Residency position. Applicants require an ACGME-accredited internship and one year of completed training in an ACGME accredited Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program. Start date would be July 1, 2019. Eligible candidates must be in good academic and professional standing and must follow ACGME Program transfer rules.


Please submit your CV and USMLE transcript to Kamran Shah,

Diagnostic Radiology Program Director at kshah@dmc.org and Program Coordinator, Mary Uryga at muryga@dmc.org.


Detroit Medical Center / Wayne State University
Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program
Detroit Receiving Hospital
4201 St Antoine Street, Suite 3L-8
Detroit, MI 48201
Tel: (313) 745-3430
Fax:(313) 577-8600


The Detroit Medical Center Radiology Residency program is fully ACGME accredited and ESIR approved. There are 40 radiology residents with current pediatric and interventional radiology fellowships. We provide coverage for all diagnostic studies and interventional radiology procedures at multiple hospital sites, with all DMC sites using a unified, integrated PACS and voice dictation.  Residents rotate through:

  • Detroit Receiving Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma Center that trains almost half of all practicing Emergency Medicine physicians in the state;

  • Harper University Hospital, our subspecialized tertiary care site;

  • Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit’s only free-standing children’s hospital;

  • Sinai Grace Hospital, a Level 2 Trauma Center and community hospital;

  • Huron Valley Sinai Hospital, a suburban hospital giving residents a community, private practice experience;

  • Karmanos Cancer Center, the only hospital in Michigan focused solely on fighting cancer; and

  • John Dingell VA Hospital, offering residents opportunities to care for a unique set of patients and pathologies.

We offer extensive didactic and case conferences, as well as opportunities for scholarly activity at our practice sites and at Wayne State University. A multitude of teaching opportunities exist with medical students at both Wayne State University and Michigan State University. We have outstanding fellowship placements and a very collegial environment in which to train.



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