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To find the residency program that is right for you, either browse the list below or go to our Education Programs page to search by keyword, department and other parameters for the programs that match your interests.

For information concerning curriculum, application procedures, and faculty, please visit the site to the specific program you wish to pursue.

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This year, we are offering 12 advanced PGY-2 positions, including four positions in our new ESIR pathway, through the National Residency Matching Program.
Upon program completion, Baylor residents are among the most experienced in the country. Our program maintains a high success rate for board certification.
The two-year Medical Genetics and Genomics Residency Program offers training in molecular and human genetics for ABMGG certification in clinical genetics.
The fully accredited Child Neurology Residency gives residents opportunities to study neurological diseases of children from infancy through adolescence.
The Primary Care Leaders Evaluating and Addressing Disparities (LEAD) residency focuses on pediatric primary care for underserved and vulnerable populations.
The Family Medicine Residency Program offers varied and extensive clinical experiences that are applicable to both urban underserved and rural practices.
Our ACGME accredited Psychiatry Residency promotes active exchange between faculty and residents, and the substantive input of residents into their education.
The Baylor College of Medicine Neurology Residency Program trains future neurologists to provide expert care for patients with neurologic conditions.
The Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program offers training in prenatal care, labor and delivery, postpartum care, genetics, and general gynecology.
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