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St. Joseph Mercy Livingston (SJML) offers both allopathic and osteopathic family medicine residency programs. In May 2007, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) granted initial accreditation to St. Joseph Mercy Livingston (SJML) for eight resident positions. Recently, the ACGME granted the Family Medicine Residency Program full accreditation for four years. In October 2009, the American Osteopathic Association approved the MSUCOM/St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital Family Practice training program with six positions. Both the ACGME & AOA Family Medicine Residency Programs provide educational opportunities at SJML, one of five hospitals of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System. Saint Joseph Mercy Livingston is a progressive, 136-bed community hospital with an active emergency department, an adult medicine inpatient service and critical care unit, and general and orthopedic surgery services.

The Family Medicine Residency Program is based at St. Joseph Mercy Brighton, a 96,000 square foot outpatient facility with outpatient surgery, emergency department, state-of-the art Cancer Center, lab, radiology services, physical therapy and rehabilitation, non-invasive vascular testing, as well as primary care and specialty physicians.

Livingston County is the fastest growing county in Michigan. Centrally located between Lansing & Detroit, Livingston County is a suburban/rural community that offers access to professional & collegiate sporting events, and performing artists and theatre groups. The county boasts of 20,000 acres of parks, more than 50 lakes, bike paths, downhill skiing, snow boarding, and riding stables!

A Member of Trinity Health

  • Fourth-largest Catholic health system in the United States (based on Operating Revenue)
  • 45,100 full-time equivalent employees
  • 7,346 active staff physicians
  • 22 Ministry Organizations, encompassing 45 hospitals (30 owned, 15 managed)
  • 379 Outpatient clinics/facilities, numerous long-term care facilities, home health and hospice programs, and senior housing communities in seven states
  • Revenues of $6.1 billion
  • $307 million in community benefit ministry