Spectrum Health/Michigan State University

The emergency medicine residency at Spectrum Health, in partnership with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, follows a PGY 1-3 format, accepting ten residents annually. Residents train at two primary locations, Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital and Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Our curriculum is ever changing to keep pace with the rapid evolution of emergency medicine. We use a variety to teaching methods to help residents learn the foundational knowledge of emergency medicine and hone critical thinking skills. We have a robust, interactive academic curriculum as well as utilizing simulation activities to help further develop the procedural skills necessary to practice emergency medicine.

It is estimated that syncope workup and management costs the U.S. healthcare system an annual $2.4 billion. How can ED observation units impact those expenses?
In a year ravaged by a global pandemic and uncertainty, three EMRA physicians-in-training were selected for the unique opportunity to be 2020 EMRA/EDPMA Scholars.
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Emergency departments across the United States have been plagued with overcrowding. In 2006 the U.S. Institute of Medicine declared crowding a national epidemic. Despite well-documented detrimental ef
Nicholas Cozzi, MD, MBA, of Spectrum Health/Michigan State University, has been selected as the next EMRA Representative to ACEP - advocating for the concerns and issues important to the EM trainee.