Internal Medicine Sub-internship

Baylor Scott & White – All Saints offers a four-week sub-internship in internal medicine to fourth-year medical students

Students will spend their time with an attending on the inpatient hospitalists teaching service and will be exposed to a wide variety of clinically complex and diverse patient populations.

The hospitalists service covers the medical, surgical and telemetry floors of the hospital and accepts admissions from the Emergency Department and transfers out of critical care.


Medical students will attend the following during the rotation:

  • Hospital Medicine Grand Rounds
  • CTS Surgical Structural Heart Disease Conference
  • Internal Medicine Case Review/Mortality and Morbidity
  • Weekly Antibiotic Stewardship Meetings
  • Weekly Transplant Hepatology Grand Rounds
  • Hospital Medicine Journal Club

The Critical Care rotation will focus upon the recognition, evaluation and management of critically ill patients as part of an intensivist-led multidisciplinary team. Assessment and management of common ICU problems/syndromes/diseases will be emphasized.

This is a team effort that includes the ICU attending, advanced clinical practitioner, palliative care, bedside nurse, respiratory therapist, clinical pharmacist, physical therapist, occupational therapist, social worker and case manager. You will be a member of that team from the first day.

The care of critically ill patients raises many complicated ethical and social issues, and the general internist must be competent in such areas as end-of-life decisions, advance directives, estimating prognosis, and counseling of patients and their families.

How to Apply

We use the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS) to electronically accept applications.

Applications are accepted beginning May 1.

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Students must be in good standing with their home school and must have completed all third-year course requirements and be eligible to start their fourth year at their respective medical schools.

Because of the volume of applications we receive, we do not offer or schedule an elective until the VSAS application is complete and all required additional documents are received.

Only applications from LCME-accredited medical schools are accepted.

For additional information about the internal medicine sub-internship at Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth, please contact Amber Pritchett at Amber.Pritchett@BSWHealth.org.

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