Excelling Year After Year
At Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan (OAM) everything we do is about providing compassionate care, patient satisfaction and the best outcomes for those we serve. Our collaborative team is full of innovative thinkers who bring exceptional results as well as take ownership of their jobs, the departments they support and the company as a whole. OAM has opportunities in both clinical and non-clinical roles in a variety of different disciplines.
OAM’s Research and Education Institute Opportunities
We offer Fellowship Programs in foot and ankle and joint reconstruction specialties for orthopedic resident graduates. Our high volume clinic allows fellows to have specialized training in a private practice model.
Our physicians are active in Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Programs with all three of Grand Rapids’ major health systems: University of Michigan Health-West (formerly Metro Health), Corewell Health (formerly Spectrum Health), and Mercy Health.
Please contact the following with residency program questions:
Corewell Health: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Michigan Health-West: email@example.com
OAM welcomes graduate, undergraduate and high school (age 18+) students who would like to shadow a provider. You are permitted up to three full days in clinic to observe. For more information, please contact us at REI@oamichigan.com.
For current OAM team members only
Benefits: in accordance with the Transparency in Coverage mandate, here are machine-readable files (MRF).
OAM employees dedicate their career to serving our patients. We believe they deserve the same level of care for themselves and their families. That’s why OAM offers comprehensive benefits at a competitive cost.
Students: Job Shadow
OAM welcomes medical students who would like to shadow a provider within one of our office locations. To be considered for job shadowing, please complete a job shadow request webform.
Students will only be considered for a shadowing opportunity if they are enrolled in an accredited school with an assigned medical major.
OAM is a great place for students to learn and get hands-on experience in the medical field.
Individuals applying for an internship/externship must be at least a sophomore or, for some certifications, in their final stages of completion/graduating. For more information, please email your resume and a cover letter describing your field of interest to HRDept@oamichigan.com.