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To find the residency program that is right for you, either browse the list below or go to our Education Programs page to search by keyword, department and other parameters for the programs that match your interests.

For information concerning curriculum, application procedures, and faculty, please visit the site to the specific program you wish to pursue.

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The Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Residency is a comprehensive program specializing in the evaluation and management of children with a variety of disorders.
The Family Medicine Residency Program offers varied and extensive clinical experiences that are applicable to both urban underserved and rural practices.
The Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program offers training in prenatal care, labor and delivery, postpartum care, genetics, and general gynecology.
The Primary Care Leaders Evaluating and Addressing Disparities (LEAD) residency focuses on pediatric primary care for underserved and vulnerable populations.
The Vascular Surgery Residency Program's goal is to produce highly competent vascular surgeons with training in limb salvage, venous disease, and more.
Upon program completion, Baylor residents are among the most experienced in the country. Our program maintains a high success rate for board certification.
The Baylor College of Medicine Neurology Residency Program trains future neurologists to provide expert care for patients with neurologic conditions.
The four-year Baylor Medicine-Pediatrics Residency is fully accredited and allows residents to study in several institutions within the Texas Medical Center.
The Pediatrician-Scientist Training & Development Program trains graduates considering a career as a principal investigator or a pediatrician-scientist.
The Global Child Health Pediatrics Residency Program provides local and international training in caring for children with HIV, malnutrition, and more.
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