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Dr. Jeet Pillay, MD


  • Chief of Medicine at DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital

  • Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency program at DMC Huron Valley

  • DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Physician of the Year 2014

  • Hour Magazine Top Doc

  • Trained at several top institutions including Yale, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Emory

  • Medical Residency in Harrisburg, PA – won Customer Service Award 

  • Worked 2 years at Veterans Administration Hospital in Louisville, KY – won Customer Service Award

  • Started private solo practice in 2004

  • Attending physician at DMC Huron Valley Sinai hospital since 2005 

  • Attending Physician at Henry Ford West Bloomfield – since 2009

  • Has won 7 teacher of the year awards

  • Coaches little league baseball

Dr. Jeet Pillay was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario. He now lives in the Walled Lake school district with his wife and 2 children. For recreation, Dr. Pillay has a broad spectrum of musical interests. He also enjoys hockey, golf, baseball, tennis, camping, travel, the performing arts, photography and US history. He is also versed in three languages; English, French and Tamil.


Dr. Pillay earned his Bachelors of Science from the University of Windsor followed by a Master’s degree in Biology from Wayne State University. He then attended medical school at Ross University School of Medicine.

Residency training in Internal Medicine took him to Pinnacle Health Hospital System in Pennsylvania. Throughout his medical training, Dr. Pillay has enjoyed opportunities of clinical /didactic training from several top institutions including Johns Hopkins, Yale and Emory. Upon completing his residency, he became an attending physician in Internal Medicine at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky. He has now returned to the area to open his own practice. Dr. Pillay is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine

Professional Medical Activities:

  • Fellow of American College of Physicians

  • Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Associate Professor, Wayne State University, School of Medicine

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