Marquette, Michigan is an award winning community; we've been called an "All American City", a "Cool City", and now most recently, FORBES named us the 3rd Best City in America to Raise a Family! There is much to offer here, and our lifestyle is just the tip of the iceberg!
in this pristine setting with our clear skies, clean water, the Northern
Lights . . . and one of few rural places in the nation with
a 315-bed regional medical center staffed with world-class physicians.
are no other graduate programs in medicine here—our residents
work directly with attending physicians in specialties like
oncology, cardiology, rheumatology and many others.
receive a well-rounded residency experience in a federally
designated regional medical center with 11,000 annual inpatient
discharges and more than 200,000 outpatient registrations
family medicine faculty are board certified in numerous
specialties and carry an active patient caseload.
A diverse clinic practice serves 3,000 patient
visits per month in a contemporary office setting. Our
graduates have said that their clinical experience has exceeded
excellent applicants from all over the country. The result
is a diverse and stimulating group of colleagues with whom to work, play, learn and grow.
and useful behavioral science allows residents to critique
their interactions with patients.
Outreach activities and preceptorships in various Upper Michigan communities
provide the option to experience small town medicine.
of the nation's only Olympic Education Center at neighboring Northern Michigan
University strengthens the sports medicine curriculum
and provides additional recreational resources for residents
and their families.
General Hospital's Board of Trustees is committed to providing
a program of excellence to meet the needs of the hospital,
community and region.
offers an excellent public
school system for families of all ages.
received full accreditation by the Residency Review Committee
in 2001, citing no deficiencies.
As a university
community with health care as its primary industry, Marquette
is a cosmopolitan small town offering the best of many worlds.
The Marquette community was recently named one of ten All-American
Cities. Bike magazine declared Marquette the number two
city in America for Biking and Living in its June 2001 issue.
sports and skiing can be enjoyed only 15 minutes from the
hospital, and family activities are available throughout the
year. Marquette County has 85K of groomed cross-country ski
trails and several Nordic skiing events. The university and
community offer varied cultural events, and the city's people
represent the small town America of Norman Rockwell.