Training Partners

Genesys
Genesys Health System

Genesys

Genesys Regional Medical Center is a 410-bed hospital and is an American College of Surgeons verified Level II Trauma Center. The Emergency Department that sees 60,000+ patients annually. Genesys is also a Joint Commission verified Primary Stroke Center.

The Department of Radiology performs 170,000+ exams annually and uses the Emageon Advanced Visualization PACS system.

Equipment includes:

– Kodak digital radiography system including digital mammography
– 3 CT scanners including a Toshiba Aquillon 64-slice scanner and a dedicated GE LightSpeed 4-slice scanner for CT procedures
– GE 1.5T Signa Excite MRI and ONI 1.0T MSK Extreme MRI (off site at the Genesys MRI Center)
– 4 ultrasonography units including two dedicated for non-invasive vascular ultrasound
– 2 fluoroscopy rooms
– 3 gamma cameras
– 2 angiography suites (Toshiba and Shimadzu)
– Mobile PET/CT

Genesys Call Room

Genesys Call Room

Radiology rotations at Genesys include general (including fluoroscopy), CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, thoracic radiology, and gastrointestinal radiology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hurley

 

Hurley Medical Center

Hurley Medical Center

Hurley Medical Center is a 443-bed public hospital and is the only American College of Surgeons verified Level I Trauma Center in the region and one of only nine in Michigan. Hurley is also a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center. Uniquely positioned as the northern-most Level I Trauma Center in the state of Michigan and the only regional Pediatric Trauma Center, Hurley sees the vast majority of local and regional trauma cases. In addition, Hurley is also a Joint Commision verified Primary Stroke Center.

The Hurley Emergency Department is the busiest in the region and sees 90,000+ patients annually. The Hurley ED recently moved into the new 76 bed Paul F. Reinhart Emergency Trauma Center with a dedicated/separate Pediatric Emergency Department. Hurley uses the EPIC electronic medical record system.

Hurley Medical Center is also the only regional pediatric specialty hospital and one of only four Children’s Miracle Network hospitals in Michigan and thus has a large catchment area for high-risk obstetric and pediatric patients with its Level III NICU (highest level of care), PICU, and all levels of pediatric specialty and subspecialty care. Hurley also has the only regional burn center and one of only six such units in the state and serves a wide region across central and northern Michigan.

The Department of Radiology performs 140,000+ exams annually including 3,000+ interventional procedures (including pediatric and neurointerventional procedures) and uses the Philips iSite PACS system.

Hurley Call Room

Hurley Call Room

Equipment includes:
– Kodak digital radiography system including digital mammography
– 3 CT scanners including a Siemens Somatom 64-slice scanner in the ED, Siemens Somatom 40-slice scanner in the department, and a dedicated Siemens Emotion 4-slice scanner for CT procedures
– GE 1.5T Optima wide-bore MRI (on site)
– 5 ultrasonography units including one in the ED and two for non-invasive vascular ultrasound
– 2 fluoroscopy rooms
– 3 gamma cameras
– 2 Siemens angiography suites including a biplane AXIOM Artis system
– Mobile PET/CT

Radiology rotations at Hurley include general (including fluoroscopy), CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography (at an additional outpatient center with digital mammography), vascular & interventional radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, thoracic radiology, gastrointestinal radiology, pediatric radiology, and neuroradiology.

McLaren

 

McLaren - Flint

McLaren - Flint

McLaren – Flint is a 404-bed hospital and is an American College of Surgeons verified Level III Trauma Center. The Emergency Department sees 46,000+ patients annually.  McLaren is also a Joint Commision verified Primary Stroke Center.

McLaren – Flint is in the final stages of completing the first proton beam therapy center in Michigan which will open in December 2012 as part of its comprehensive McLaren Cancer Institute.

The Department of Radiology performs 120,000+ exams annually and uses the Amicas Vision Series PACS system.

Equipment includes:
– GE digital radiography system including digital mammography
– 3 CT scanners including Philips Brilliance 64-slice scanners in the ED and in the department and a dedicated GE HiSpeed 4-slice scanner for CT procedures
– GE 3.0T Discovery MRI and 0.7T Signa OpenSpeed open MRI (off site at the McLaren MRI Center)
– 2 ultrasonography units
– 1 fluoroscopy room
– 2 gamma cameras
– 1 GE angiography suite
– Mobile PET/CT

McLaren - Flint Call Room

McLaren Call Room

Radiology rotations at McLaren include general, CT, MRI, ultrasound, nuclear radiology, mammography (at an additional outpatient center with digital mammography), neuroradiology, musculoskeletal radiology, thoracic radiology, and gastrointestinal radiology.

Michigan State University

The nuclear radiology/PET and MRI rotations at MSU are conducted at the outpatient imaging center located at the Clinical Center on campus.  As an academic center, MSU is involved with cutting-edge research in newer PET agents as well as extensive research in multiple sclerosis, advanced imaging of atherosclerotic plaques, and advanced MRI sequence development.

The Department of Radiology performs 75,000+ exams annually and uses the GE Centricity PACS system.

Equipment includes:
– GE digital radiography system including digital mammography
– GE Discovery 64-slice CT scanner
– Four GE MRIs including two 3.0T Discovery MRIs (one dedicated for research), a 1.5T Signa HDxt MRI, and a 0.7T Signa OpenSpeed open MRI
– 2 ultrasonography units
– 2 GE PET/CT units (with on site cyclotron)

Children’s Hospital of Michigan

Children’s Hospital of Michigan at the Detroit Medical Center is a world-class 222-bed pediatric hospital. Here,  the busy Emergency Department sees 95,000+ pediatric patients annually and is one of only three American College of Surgeons verified Level I Pediatric Trauma Centers in the state.  As a dedicated tertiary children’s hospital, the full spectrum of pediatric subspecialty care is available.

Following a month of pediatric radiology at Hurley Medical Center, residents rotate at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in the Department of Pediatric Imaging, headed by the world-renowned Thomas Slovis, MD, editor of Caffey’s Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging, for a three month block encompassing all aspects of pediatric imaging.

Equipment includes:

– GE digital radiography system
– GE LightSpeed VCT 64-slice CT scanner
– 3.0T GE Signa HDx magnet (short bore)
– 1.5T GE Signa Horizon magnet (short bore)
– 2 ultrasonography units
– 2 gamma cameras
– 1 Philips Allura biplane angiography suite
– 1 Philips Allura Xper biplane angiography suite with fluoro/CT
– PET/CT