The Texas Medical Center is the largest medical complex in the world, spanning 50 million square feet and providing treatment to over 8 million patients per year. It is also home to the world’s largest children’s hospital and cancer hospital and continues to expand to this day.
With no dominant ethnicity in Houston, the city's diversity is reflected in the patient populations at our clinical facilities. Patients also travel from around the world to the Texas Medical Center, adding to the diversity of our patient population.
Baylor's clinical genetics program is the largest in the country, with 14 clinics spanning across multiple genetics-based disciplines.
Our residents and fellows have opportunities for rotations in genetics clinics and in-patient services at some of the nation's best hospitals.