About the Program
The Baylor College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency is one of the largest and most clinically comprehensive internal medicine programs in the country. Approximately 220 residents train in our different tracks and develop essential clinical reasoning, patient care, communication, scholarship, and teaching skills. Using diverse rotation experiences at our four main hospitals and many outpatient clinics, BCM IM residents use core and elective clinical opportunities to customize their residency experiences to prepare for a wide variety of careers
2022-2023 Program Recruitment Season Timeline
- Applications reviewed from Sept. 28 - Oct. 31, 2022
- First interview invitations sent Oct. 14, 2022, then sent out in rolling manner
- Majority of interviews offered by Nov. 1, 2022
- Interviews take place Nov. 4, 2022 - Jan. 31, 2023
- Rank List completed on Feb. 22, 2023
What We Love About Baylor Internal Medicine and Houston!
Why Our IM Faculty Chose Baylor
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At the Heart of the Texas Medical Center
Baylor is a principal institution of Houston's Texas Medical Center, which is world renowned for advances in medical research and patient care. The Texas Medical Center is the largest medical center in the United States, and Houston is among the most modern and energetic cities in the world. Baylor has one of the most modern hospital systems of any American medical school. Key clinical facilities include the large Ben Taub Hospital for the Harris Health System; the flagship Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center; a center for ambulatory care for the attending staff of the Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center; the Texas Heart Institute Tower; and the Jamail Specialty Care Center and Baylor College of Medicine Medical Center, both on the Baylor McNair Campus.