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Residency and Fellowship Programs

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Baylor College of Medicine sponsors more than 100 residency and fellowship programs accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education and 50 Texas Medical Board approved programs. View all of our residency and fellowship programs.

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Affiliates

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Affiliations with leading research and healthcare institutions in and around the Texas Medical Center, the world’s largest healthcare complex, provide access to an exceptionally diverse array of people and resources. Discover how our affiliations enhance our education programs.

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CLER

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The CLER program is part of the ACGME Next Accreditation System. It is designed to provide U.S. teaching hospitals, medical centers, health systems, and other clinical settings affiliated with ACGME-accredited institutions with periodic feedback. The feedback provided by the CLER program is designed to improve how clinical sites engage resident and fellow physicians in learning to provide safe, high quality patient care.

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Integrity Hotline

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Call (855) 764-7292 or report a concern online.
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GME Policies and Procedures

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View the GME policies.
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About the Office of Graduate Medical Education

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The Office of Graduate Medical Education, located in the Cullen Building on the main Baylor College of Medicine campus, operates under the direction of interim Designated Institutional Official Dr. Alicia Monroe and Assistant Dean, Nana Coleman, M.D., Ed.M.

The Baylor Office of Graduate Medical Education, the central administrative office for the Affiliated Hospitals Residency Program, coordinates and implements policies and procedures defined by the Graduate Medical Education Committee. This committee-composed of representatives from the faculty and the house staff, is responsible for the general administration of the post-graduate training programs. The Designated Institutional Official for Graduate Medical Education oversees all activities related to graduate medical education.

The policy on house staff physicians describes the rights, responsibilities, and benefits accorded to residents, and changes to that document are approved by the Graduate Medical Education Committee. Subcommittees of the GMEC monitor various components of the GME program, including duty hours and core competencies, with the majority of these groups including representatives of the house staff.

All Baylor program appointments are administered through the GME office.

Residents need not hold a Texas medical license to train in the Baylor program, but those who do not must apply to the Texas Medical Board for a physicians-in-training permit. Information on the permit is provided upon appointment to a Baylor training program. Applicants must also pass credentialing, including a criminal background check, as conducted by Baylor College of Medicine.

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Graduate Medical Education Office Staff

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Mark Harbott, M.D.
Designated Institutional Official (DIO) and Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education

Maria Martinez
Director of Administrative Operations

Taylor Moore
Senior Coordinator, Program Management

Ryan Day
Lead Coordinator, Graduate Medical Education

Angelle Pate
Lead Coordinator, Graduate Medical Education 

Efua Tachie-Menson
Temporary Administrative Support
 

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Training Verifications

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Please send your training verification request to ask-gme@bcm.edu. GME will forward the request to the appropriate program for processing. The GME office does not complete training verifications for any program other than Transitional Year.

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Residency and Fellowship Programs

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Have a question for a specific residency or fellowship program's coordinator or director? Search our full list of programs and contact the program directly.