TCOM Affiliated GME Programs
At Corpus Christi Medical Center – Bay Area, the graduate medical educational training and environment prepares our residents for a lifetime of learning. Designed for the osteopathic graduate who intends to enter Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Internal Medicine Fellowships in Cardiology and Pulmonary – the programs provide training in the highest level of patient care in operating rooms, clinics, and on surgical floors. Rotating services include all inpatient and ambulatory care departments. Corpus Christi Medical Center graduates gain the experience necessary to practice in a wide variety of specialties in academic and private settings.
The Methodist Health System Family Medicine Residency Program is a progressive graduate medical education (GME) program based at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Our mission is to educate the next generation of family medicine physicians in preparation for the ever-changing health care landscape.
Conroe Family Medicine Residency Program is an unopposed, community-based residency with a long history of preparing highly trained physicians who practice in a variety of settings. We are proud to call Lone Star Family Health Center home, and we are one of the original 11 Teaching Health Centers in Graduate Medical Education. 10 new resident physicians join our program each July. Our resident physicians receive full-spectrum “hands-on” training in a congenial and collegial environment and learn to deliver cost-effective treatment while integrating the most advanced concepts in the medical field.
As the largest medical training institution in Fort Worth, learning and residency training are the heart of the mission of JPS Health Network – to make lives better. Ten academic residency programs exist at JPS to meet the health care needs of Tarrant County. JPS residents receive training in a wide variety of skills, receive lectures from nationally recognized leaders, and actively participate in research and scholarly activity.
Lake Granbury Medical Center is an 83-bed community hospital located in Granbury, TX and accredited by the Joint Commission. LGMC is the only ACGME accredited facility in Hood County. All programs listed are currently under development (accreditation not yet awarded), with anticipated start dates from July 2022 – July 2023.
The Graduate Medical Education Program at Medical City Arlington promotes advanced training in the appropriate basic sciences; clinical application of basic science knowledge; the inculcation of a philosophy of specialty practice directed toward delivering the best possible patient care; and growing competence in the clinical techniques of the specialty.
The Graduate Medical Education Program at Medical City Fort Worth promotes advanced training in the appropriate basic sciences; clinical application of basic science knowledge; the inculcation of a philosophy of specialty practice directed toward delivering the best possible patient care; and growing competence in the clinical techniques of the specialty.
Medical City Weatherford is recognized as a community leader in teaching and primary, specialty and sub-specialty health care. Medical City Weatherford is committed to providing the administrative, financial, educational, technological and other support services for each educational program and provides resources to maintain quality training programs including faculty development, curriculum, evaluation methods, development and osteopathic principles, and practice training.
The Performing Arts Medicine (PAM) Fellowship at UNTHSC is a formal training program for a period of one year with the intention of providing advanced and concentrated teaching in the principles and related practice of performing arts medicine with supervision by specialists in the field. Although not accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), this fellowship program conforms to the requirements of an ACGME fellowship. This program is intended to provide education of the highest quality through progressive learning experiences that develop the attitudes, skills and knowledge of a physician necessary to efficiently provide quality care. A basic foundation of academic, research, and clinical experience is included, integrating the basic medical sciences and performing arts medicine concepts with clinical manifestations of health and disease.
Texoma Medical Center (TMC) offers an accredited graduate medical education program that covers total healthcare for the area population and their families. The program offers a variety of challenging learning opportunities, for diverse patient care and education experiences. TMC is located 75 miles north of Dallas, just south of the Oklahoma border. TMC is not only a market leader, it is also the fastest growing healthcare system in the region.