Thank you for your interest in applying to the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Baylor College of Medicine. All applicants interested in our residency programs must be registered through the National Residency Match Program and are required to use the Electronic Residency Application Service offered by the American Association of Medical Colleges. Paper applications will not be processed.
Program Track Options
The Baylor Internal Medicine residency program offers five separate tracks:
Categorical (NRMP# 1716140C0)
Three year program geared towards residents choosing to practice general medicine or pursue subspecialty training
Preliminary (NRMP# 1716140P0)
One year training program for residents who will be matching into another advanced residency program after completing their PGY1 year
Combined Medicine/Pediatrics (NRMP# 17167O0C0)
Four year training program with clinical experiences in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Baylor-MD Anderson Cancer Center Track (NRMP# 1716140C2)
Starting in the 2015 academic year, Baylor is joining forces with the #1 cancer center in the country for a unique pathway that fosters the physicians in cancer-related Internal Medicine
Primary Care Track Program (NRMP# coming soon)
Starting in the 2016 academic year, Baylor is expanding with this new program focused on developing general internists with expertise in inter-professional team based care.
MeRIT - Medical Resident Investigator Track (NRMP# 1716140C1)
Five year research intensive curriculum for residents interested in an academic career pursuing clinical research
The NRMP opens Sept. 1. Rank list certification deadline is mid-February.
Interviews are scheduled from November through January except for holidays. Upon receipt of an ERAS application, applicants will be informed if any additional information is needed. Invitations for interviews will be sent by email to qualified applicants after a thorough review process.
The interview process includes meeting with the program director and chair of medicine. The interview day includes two face-to-face interviews, lunch with the residents, tours of the three main hospitals, and attending morning report.
The applicant is invited to a dinner with the residents the night prior to the interview day to learn more about the program in a more casual environment.