We interview applicants three times a year. Start date is contingent on obtaining privileges through Harris Health System. Onboarding is typically a 90-day process. If you are a new graduate, we recommend applying to the interview date that is closest to your graduation date.
- Graduation from an ARC-PA accredited PA program
- Valid Texas PA License
- NCCPA Certification
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
- DEA Registration
- -Completed application and CV
There is no set start date for the fellowship program. Licensing and credentialing can be a lengthy process in Texas. A rolling admission allows for flexibility and ensures each fellow is able to start as soon as credentialing is completed.
Our curriculum is based on monthly topics so each fellow will complete the entire curriculum regardless of start date. Regular procedure and skill workshops ensure each fellow receives procedural training early in the program.
There is no set start date however we do group interviews into three seasons. If invited to interview, there will be approximately three interview dates to choose from. All interviews are conducted on Wednesdays.
Applicants are encouraged to apply two-three months before each interview period.
How to Appy
To request an application email firstname.lastname@example.org.
After submission of your application, you will be required to submit a CV in PDF format. Directions on how to submit your CV will be outlined in the application.
You will receive an application with detailed instructions on how to apply. The application consists of personal information, academic and work history, references, and essay questions. A minimum of two references are required. We will contact each reference on your behalf. There is no need to submit letters of recommendation directly to the program. Each reference will fill out an evaluation and be given the chance to provide written feedback.
For questions contact email@example.com.