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Welcome to the Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners
(GRMEP) / Michigan State University Emergency Medicine Residency Program!
Established in 1977, we are one of the oldest emergency medicine residency
programs in the nation. Over the past four decades, there are two things that
remain constant– our program’s commitment to an exceptional educational
experience and to excellent patient care.

In order to reach our goals in education and patient
care, our residents train at two primary locations on the “Medical Mile.”
Butterworth Hospital, a Level I trauma center, provides care for adult
patients. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, provides care for pediatric patients
and boasts more than 40 specialties and subspecialties. These Spectrum Health
facilities have become two of the best tertiary referral centers in the region
and are directly adjacent in downtown Grand Rapids.

We value our residents and their wellness as they are
the center of our program. As a leadership team, we believe that resident input
and participation is paramount for growth and development of both residents and
faculty.  Be sure to ask any resident why
they chose this program – their answers will not disappoint.

If you are committed to excellence, and are not afraid
to work hard, then our program is right for you.

Best of luck on the interview trail!

Bryan Judge, MD – Program Director
Brad Riley, MD – Associate Program Director
Jason Seamon, DO – Associate Program Director
Eric VanDePol, MD – Assistant Program Director

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