The Graduate Medical Education Resident Council was established in 2007 to increase representation of Baylor house staff on the Graduate Medical Education Committee. Elected representatives, serving two-year positions, attend all GME Committee meetings and sit on selected sub-committees.
GME house staff members have full voting rights and are able to express concerns about issues addressed at these meetings. Your current representatives are meant to help improve resident quality of life at the various hospitals including Ben Taub, St. Luke's CHI, Texas Children's Hospital, VA Medical Center, and Baylor Clinic.
If interested in becoming more involved with resident affairs or have a specific concern that you would like to be addressed, please contact the GME Resident Council for further details.
The Baylor College of Medicine GME Resident Council:
- Represents the voice of residents and fellows in decisions the College makes for graduate medical education
- Advocates on behalf and in the interest of house staff by seeking issues, relaying resident concerns, and developing solutions to those concerns
- Educates by providing a point of communication between residents, faculty, and Baylor GME
- Serves our house staff by the development and implementation of plans to improve resident and fellow education, service, and life