Detroit Medicine Center � Sinai-Grace Hospital
Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Dr. Duhé spent the majority of his youth on the beaches of Southern California. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University in LA with a major in Biochemistry, he began working in a busy Emergency Department in Torrance, CA as an EMT. He then attended Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL and obtained two master’s degrees, one in Biomedical Science and one in Healthcare Administration.
He attended medical school in the Dutch Caribbean where he attended Saba University and would frequently free dive for lobsters. He was a TA for numerous classes and a member of the honor and service society Alpha Omega Phi. He also served on committees for the medical school both during matriculation and presently, with an aim to evaluate the curriculum and review the examination process. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Detroit Medical Center – Sinai-Grace Hospital where he was a chief resident. During residency he was a question writer for ALEiM’s In-training Exam Prep.
Dr. Duhé was drawn to Greenville by his wife, Jennifer, who attended nearby Clemson University. He is excited to teach both medical students and Emergency Medicine Residents. As the Assistant Clerkship Director, he helps to manage the flow of medical students through the ED and regularly gives lectures and runs SIM. He also is an Assistant Professor with USCSOMG and teaches Integrated Practice of Medicine to the 2nd year Med students.
When not working or teaching, Dr. Duhé loves to fish at Paris Mountain, walk the Swamp Rabbit Trail with his wife and daughter Anna, and frequent local microbreweries that are popping up across the city.