The NMM Plus One (one-year) option is designed for a D.O. who has completed a residency in another medical specialty and wants to strengthen and build on your osteopathic skills and practice for use in your particular field. Your primary training will take special consideration of your unique needs while performing your hospital rotations, emphasizing patients in your specialty and the role OMM may play in their care.
The program’s basic standards allow for a tailored rotation schedule based on the resident’s previous training. The resident will participate in the hospital OMM consult service and the outpatient OMM clinic 3 half days per week. The resident will be required to participate in departmental research projects. The resident will also become an integral part of the teaching team, both in the clinical settings and in the lecture and laboratory sessions.
The Plus One Residency Program in NMM/OMM will help TCOM-OMM reach its academic, clinical, research and service goals while creating the next generation of academic leaders.
Based at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, the NMM Plus One residency provides advanced educational and clinical facilities. Residents have full use of all library facilities including online access to the reserve collection of electronic journals. Access will also be available to residents while at community clinic sites. Clinical experiences obtained at both private community and academic health center facilities enable residents to treat a diverse population of patients. Residents have ready access to consultants from all clinical
specialties where needed.
This page was last modified on January 10, 2017