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Internal Medicine Residency

A learning environment that emphasizes teamwork, communication, and collaboration

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center and TCU / UNTHSC School of Medicine, offers the Internal Medicine Residency Program, a three-year program that is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

We accept 15 internal medicine residents per year.

Curriculum

PGY-1

  • Internal Medicine – inpatient 16 weeks
  • Night Float – 4 weeks
  • Nephrology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Critical Care – 4 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine – 4 weeks
  • Cardiology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Open Elective – 6 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic – outpatient 10 weeks

PGY-2

  • Internal Medicine – inpatient 12 weeks
  • Night Float – 4 weeks
  • Neurology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Gastroenterology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Infectious Disease (elective) - 4 weeks
  • Critical Care – 4 weeks
  • Pulmonary Disease (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Open Elective – 6 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic – outpatient 10 weeks

PGY-3

  • Internal Medicine – inpatient 12 weeks
  • Night Float – 4 weeks
  • Geriatric Medicine (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Endocrinology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Rheumatology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Hematology / Oncology (elective) – 4 weeks
  • Critical Care – 4 weeks
  • Open Elective – 6 weeks
  • Continuity Clinic – outpatient 10 weeks

General Medicine Rotation

The inpatient general internal medicine service is staffed by five teams.

Each PGY-1 resident is responsible for the care of five to 10 patients. PGY-1 residents perform initial evaluations, design treatment plans, write all orders and act as each patient’s principal physician during the hospital stay. PGY-1 residents, under supervision of PGY-2 or PGY-3 residents and an attending physician, will also perform invasive procedures.

A teaching attending physician is assigned to each general medicine inpatient service and rounds with the team. New admissions are presented, differential diagnoses and treatment discussed, and pertinent physical findings demonstrated.


Critical Care Rotation

Each PGY-1 medicine resident has a one-month critical care rotation and provides our residents with broad exposure to both medical and surgical patients ranging from acute and chronic diseases, complex cardiac surgery and transplant surgery post-operative management. An intensivist is assigned to the critical care multidisciplinary rounds each day with the residents.


Emergency Rotation

During the one-month emergency room rotation, PGY-1 residents care for a wide variety of emergency cases. Residents evaluate, treat and triage patients across a variety of disciplines and board-certified emergency room physicians supervise and train the residents.


Outpatient Rotation

The Internal Medicine Residency Program has partnered with Tarrant County’s FQHC, The North Texas Area Community Health Centers. Each year residents will spend 10 dedicated weeks in the continuity clinic and complete 50 half day sessions for a total of 150 sessions during the 36 months of training. Predictive scheduling using the 4+1 model will help facilitate the scheduling of residents and patients to maximize the development of continuous relationships with a panel of patients.

Academic Half Day

Weekly academic half days will take place on Thursday afternoons and didactic conferences will be conducted as a mixture of resident and faculty delivered lectures and workshops which will include the following:

  • Morning Report
  • Core Clinical Lectures
  • Grand Rounds
  • Morbidity & Mortality conference
  • Board Review
  • Journal Club
  • Case Presentations

How to Apply

Applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Our program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and adheres to its policies and guidelines.

Deadline for applications is December 31, 2020.


Application Requirements

In order to be considered for the program, applicants must submit the following materials:

  • Transcript from medical school
  • Letter from the Dean
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation (if possible, one from the chief of internal medicine)
  • Personal statement
  • Curriculum vitae (CV)/resumé
  • Recent photo
  • USMLE scores*

* Step 1 results are mandatory, Step 2 desirable. Interviews and rankings may take place without a Step 2 score if that result is not available before the ranking.


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Contact Us

Amber Pritchett
Internal Medicine Residency Program Coordinator
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center
Office: 817-922-4529
Email: BASInternalMedResidencyProgram@BSWHealth.org

1400 8th Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76104

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Compensation and Benefits

In addition to competitive stipends, we offer our fellows a full menu of employee benefits. We help offset the cost of many of these benefits; others are options you can choose to pay for yourself.

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