Baylor College of Medicine offers a nationally recognized three-year Emergency Medicine Residency. Our mission is to serve our community by providing high-quality, compassionate emergency care to a diverse patient population, educating and mentoring the next generation of leaders in Emergency Medicine, and fostering a collaborative research environment that is dedicated to discovery and innovation.
Our focus is to provide our residents with high-impact exposure to the emergency and intensive care environment while our curriculum is structured to provide them with research and elective opportunities to gain advanced training and experiences in their areas of interest. We encourage our residents to take leadership initiative as we teach them the foundations of emergency medicine that will allow them to be successful emergency physicians.
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- More than 100,000 patient visits per year
- 650-bed Level 1 Trauma Center
- 90-bed emergency department with dedicated orthopedic, dental, and ophthalmology treatment rooms
- Five resuscitation rooms for high acuity medical and trauma patients
- Top 20 medical school
- World-famous pediatric training at nation’s largest pediatric hospital: Texas Children’s Hospital with over 85,000 emergency visits per year and Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
- More than 30 EM trained faculty, many with subspecialty training
- EMS, Ultrasound and Administrative fellowships available with plans to develop Education, Global Health and Research fellowships.