Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center and the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine at Texas Christian University offer the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program, a four-year program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Our residents receive extensive exposure to obstetric and gynecologic patients, with focused rotations in obstetrics, minimally invasive gynecology, family planning and all OBGYN subspecialties.
Our curriculum offers electives during each year of training to allow residents an opportunity to tailor their learning experience. Additionally, residents rotate in ICU, IM and emergency medicine. Further, we have preparation for practice/leadership rotation during year four to prepare our residents for the business of medicine.
We accept six (6) OBGYN residents per year.
About Baylor Scott & White All Saints and Andrews Women's Hospital
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center and Andrews Women's Hospital provides a robust and diverse patient population with high acuity and volume of OB and GYN patients. Our Labor and Delivery unit has 23 rooms, including a brand new L&D wing. We will also have a continuity clinic for residents to develop an outpatient practice consisting of patients they will follow through their four years of training.
Andrews Women's hospital is the only dedicated women's hospital in Fort Worth with over 6,000 deliveries annually. Andrews Women's Hospital and Baylor Scott & White have robust gynecologic surgical experience, including da Vinci Surgical System training and the newest platform, the da Vinci Xl. We also have a robust interprofessional simulation center experience and are a Level III trauma center.
Andrews Women's Hospital has recently been designated as a Level IV maternal care center, the top designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services. A Level IV designation is awarded to hospitals that provide the highest possible comprehensive care and underscores the facility’s ability to treat even the most complex cases.