Residency Placement Data

TCOM graduates one of the highest percentages of primary care physicians in the nation.  While a majority of our graduates enter primary care, a number of them also represent a broad array of specialties.  Below is a summary by specialty the number of graduates who placed into a residency program from 2017-2020.

A database on specific program placements can be found online at TCOM Advising and Career Development:

Specialty 2020* 2019 2018 2017
Anesthesiology 3 10 12 9
Child Neurology 1 2 3
Dermatology 2 1 1 0
Emergency Medicine 19 18 18 20
Family Medicine 50 49 57 58
Family Medicine/NMM* 2 1
General Surgery 7 9 6 5
General Surgery (preliminary) 3 2
Internal Medicine 42 33 37 42
Internal Medicine-Pediatrics 2 1
Internal Medicine-Psychiatry 1
Neurology 4 3 4 5
Neurosurgery 1
Obstetrics & Gynecology 12 15 7 10
Ophthalmology 1 3 1
Orthopedic Surgery 3 6 4
Otorhinolaryngology 1 1 1
Pathology 3 3 2
Pediatrics 22 20 20 22
Pediatrics-Medical Genetics 1
Pediatrics/Psych/Child Psychiatry 1
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 13 13 13 9
Psychiatry 12 12 9 10
Radiology 5 5 9 6
PGY1 only 8
Urology 1 1 1
Traditional/Transitional Internship 3 4 13 6
% of Graduates Placed in GME 99% 99% 99% 99%

*as of December 7, 2020
**NMM is Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine