Residency Training Tracks

Faculty Development

Faculty Development Trackpdf download

This track is tailored for residents who are interested in becoming academic family physicians. It will include components of teaching, education, research and administration. In addition, it will develop leadership skills, emphasize time management, introduce you to the organization of medical schools and hospitals and their funding mechanisms.

integrative medicine track

Integrative Medicine Trackpdf download

During the course of their residency, Family Medicine residents participating in the Integrative Medicine track will increase their knowledge of complementary and integrative medicine (CIM) for common medical conditions. This longitudinal track will require residents to complete both online modules in addition to a 4 week elective block during PGY 2 or PGY3 with Integrative Medicine physicians and other CIM providers at UTMB and in the community.

Obstetrics Track

Obstetrics/Women's Health Trackpdf download

During the course of residency, Family Medicine residents participating in the obstetrical track will care for normal and high risk obstetrical patients during the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods, obtain OR experience, perform targeted ultrasounds, perform chart reviews, teach during the Mini-ALSO Course and lead Maternity Care Case Conferences. Residents will be expected to perform at least 10 continuity obstetric deliveries including care of the infant. In addition, residents participating in the obstetrical track will spend an additional 4 week block during the PGY 3 year working in the outpatient setting as well as labor and delivery with Family Medicine faculty, obstetric faculty, and nurse midwives to gain additional experience.

Sports Medicine Trackpdf download

The Sports Medicine Track for primary care sports medicine has been developed to provide education, training, and exposure to primary care sports medicine endeavors that surpass the required core education and training during residency. Those residents who are considering fellowship education and training in primary care sports medicine can pursue it.

Other Opportunities for Areas of Concentration

  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Practice Management
  • Sleep Medicine
  • Child & Adolescent Medicine
  • Geriatrics
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Community Medicine
  • Global Health
  • Research

Resident physicians are encouraged to work with our faculty members to develop written programs of study in the area of their particular interest, even if it is not among our existing areas of concentration.

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