Southeast Michigan Center for Medical Education (SEMCME)
The Southeast Michigan Center for Medical Education (SEMCME) was established in 1974 to foster the delivery of quality care through excellence in graduate medical education and faculty development. SEMCME is the largest community-based medical education consortium in the Midwest. There are 277 accredited residency and fellowship programs in 90 specialties and sub-specialties, 3,636 approved residency and fellowship positions, and over 4,000 university and community faculty. Participating hospitals include
- Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital
- Ascension Providence Hospital, Novi and Southfield
- Ascension St. John Hospital
- Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn
- Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills
- Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
- Detroit Medical Center Hospitals
- Henry Ford Hospital
- McLaren Health Care Hospitals
- St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor
- St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
- St. Mary Mercy Livonia
SEMCME has an affiliation with the Wayne State University School of Medicine, which makes a vital contribution to its education efforts. Cooperation among member hospitals and universities and the sharing of knowledge and experience achieves educational benefits which no single institution can obtain alone. As a member institution, residents in WSUGME programs are eligible to attend all SEMCME courses, workshops, and symposia for free.
** The 8th Annual Michigan Summit on Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, and Health Care Value will be held in person on May 12 from 8:00-4:30 pm at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, MI. Visit SEMCME for details.
The 45th Annual SEMCME Research Forum will be held on May 24 in Lovett Hall at the Henry Ford in Dearborn, MI, from 8-2:30 pm. Visit SEMCME for details.