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Internal Medicine Residency


The Internal Medicine Residency program at Baylor Health Care System accepts 11 residents each year. Nine categorical internal medicine residents will receive at least three years of training at Baylor. These residents become general internists or pursue postgraduate fellowship education in a subspecialty of internal medicine. Two preliminary internal medicine residents will train one year in internal medicine in preparation for subspecialty training in such fields as neurology, dermatology, emergency medicine, anesthesiology or radiology.


At Baylor, residents provide care to a wide spectrum of patients. Admission guidelines prevent overexposure to a narrow range of disease processes or diagnoses.

  • Residents in the program have access to:
  • Opportunity to learn and perform many procedures
  • Outstanding faculty with a strong commitment to teaching
  • Extensive ICU experience
  • Appropriate levels of autonomy
  • Excellent outpatient experiences
  • Daily resident-directed lectures
  • Adequate study time
  • A responsive faculty and administration
  • Excellent 24-hour-a-day ancillary services
  • Teaching opportunities for third and fourth-year students


Baylor has a rich academic tradition and our training program combines the best attributes of an academic medical center, a tertiary referral hospital and a not-for-profit community hospital.


Baylor Health Care System is located in Dallas, Texas