The first year of fellowship consists of 13 four-week rotations. There are eight blocks of inpatient clinical rotation divided between Baylor Scott & White Health and Central Texas Veterans Health Care. The remaining four blocks are divided between research and outpatient rotations.
Fellows have one half-day per week dedicated to their continuity clinic. This is the case for the entire two-year training period, except for away rotations.
The second year of training consists of 13 four-week rotations. Four blocks are dedicated to inpatient care again divided between Baylor Scott & White and Central Texas Veterans Health Care. There is a block at The University of Texas MD Anderson Center for bone marrow transplant experience. The eight remaining blocks are determined by the fellows' interests.
Clinical outpatient rotations include:
- Wound care clinic
- Hepatitis clinic
- General outpatient infectious disease
- Outpatient antibiotic therapy clinic
- Travel medicine
- County STD clinic
- Infection control
Fellows continue their one half-day per week continuity clinic during the second year.