The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology supports an integrated community-based clinical training program. In partnership with our community campuses across the state including Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Midland, Traverse City and the Upper Peninsula, an average of two-hundred students are trained by over two-hundred and thirty faculty statewide. The diversity of our communities offers unique educational programs and clinical training, emphasizing excellence, mentorship, and diversity. Our third year clerkship program has been among the best rated clerkships at the College for the last ten years.

South East Michigan

The new Southeast Michigan Campus will be based at Providence-Providence Park Hospital, Southfield. The hospital has a long history of excellence in medical education. With a large and committed academic and community attending physician faculty, 180 residents and fellows in 18 graduate medical education programs and a diverse patient population, the Southfield campus provides a dynamic and enriching educational experience. As a student here, you become part of the Providence “family” and find a supportive and friendly learning environment. Students will also have the opportunity for clinical experiences at Providence-Providence Park’s Novi campus.

The city of Southfield is located in the heart of metropolitan Detroit and southeast Michigan. It provides easy access to both Detroit, in the midst of an exciting comeback, and neighboring suburbs. It is a diverse community with a thriving international business community of more than 9,000 businesses and over 100 “Fortune 500” companies. Southfield has more than 71,000 residents, 774 acres of park land, and more than 30 miles of biking, hiking, and nature trails.

We are excited to welcome our first group of MSU College of Human Medicine students to the Southeast Michigan Campus in July 2016. This current academic year will be a planning year for the campus.




Michelle Herman, DO
Clerkship Director
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Robert Dodds, MD
MSU / OBGYN Residency Director


Adrian De Gifis, Ph.D.
Community Administrator
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Julie Katz, M.Ed.
Community Clerkship Assistant
(248) 849 - 2278
Providence-Providence Park Hospital, Southfield
Medical Education
421 Fisher Center
16001 West Nine Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mi 48075


Lansing - Community Info

Welcome to the Lansing Campus of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.

The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology in the College of Human Medicine in Lansing, supports the integrated community based clinical training program in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In partnership with our seven community campuses across the state, our students and residents are trained by over 300 College of Human Medicine faculty statewide. This rich history of community faculty engagement of our students is fundamental to our national recognition as a leading community based medical school.

Midland - Community Info

Welcome to Midland Regional Campus, College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University

Midland Michigan headquarters are within MidMichigan Health, covering a 12-county region with medical centers in Alma, Clare, Gladwin and Midland, as well as urgent care centers, home care, nursing homes, physicians,medical offices and other specialty health services.   Students rotating in Midland Regional will serve required and elective clerkships, under close supervision of experienced physicians, in four hospitals in the MidMichigan Health System.

Grand Rapids - Community Info

Welcome to the Grand Rapids campus College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.

One of the original community campus sites established by the College of Human Medicine (1971), Grand Rapids has a long tradition of outstanding programs in medical education. The Grand Rapids Campus implements its programs through the Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners.

Upper Peninsula - Community Info

Welcome to the Upper Peninsula Campus of the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine!

W. Donald Weston, M.D., former Dean of the MSU-CHM, believed doctors could be trained in a remote area like the Upper Peninsula, but only with the support and effort of the people of the area. With a shortage of physicians interested in rural primary care, the best way to recruit and retain physicians was to reach those individuals who were from a small-town, rural environment and were interested in medicine. These individuals could train and ultimately practice in a rural area.

Traverse City - Community Info

Welcome to the Traverse City Campus College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.

Integrating medical students into small communities allows for significant, meaningful patient contact that best prepares them for real world situations. Students are connected to an array of health care setting including hospitals, clinics, and physician offices. All students are exposed to clinical settings that are rich with opportunities for learning, hands-on experiences, and engaging in medical practice.