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Prospective Residents

Welcome to Scott and White Internal Medicine Residency (a “hidden gem” located in Temple, TX), and we are glad you are interested in our program.

Quick Overview:

  • Operate on a 4+1 schedule allowing protected time for clinic patient care
  • Shift work scheduling with dedicated night float coverage and thus there no “home call”
  • Board pass rate over the last 3 years – 95%
  • Fellowship Match 2019: Cardiology 3,  Gastroenterology 3 , Heme/Onc 2 , Geriatrics 1, Infectious Disease 1, Palliative 1, Pulm Crit Care 2
  • Our Residents are active in research and QI projects
  • To learn more about benefits, please visit the GME page
  • In-house moonlighting opportunities as PGY-2 & PGY-3
  • Opportunities to get involved with hospital, local, state, and national committees
  • Implementing new Lifestyle Medicine curriculum with goal for interested residents to sit for ACLM boards
  • Expanding training for POCUS and have access to ultrasound training with Sono-Sim at our VA facility https://floatiesswimschool.com/zithromax-500/
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Wards Schedules:

VA

  • 3 teams (1 upper level, 2-3 interns, medical students, pharmacy students, VA Hospitalist / Chief Resident attending)
  • Cap of 16, usual census 12-16
  • 5 admissions per 24 hour period
  • Night team can distribute up to 2 patients to each team overnight, counts into the 24 hour 5 patient limit
  • On weekends/holidays, 1/3 teams will be “off call” and not take admissions, and can go home at noon

Scott & White

  • 4 teams with different structures
  • A&B Teams with 1 upper level, 2-3 interns, medical students, PD / APD / Chief Resident or CDM attendings
  • C Team with 1 upper level and 1 hospitalist attending
  • D Team with 1 upper level, 2-3 interns, medical students, and hospitalist attendings
  • Cap on A, B, & D teams are 14, Cap on C team is 10
  • A, B, & C Team have all patients assigned to 7 North
  • Admissions assigned to teams on rolling basis to keep teams at cap
  • D Team patients spread throughout the hospital, but still has rolling admissions
  • Admissions to 7 North from 5pm – 12am are done by the night float team (PGY-3 and intern)
  • Admissions to 7 North from 12am – 7am and to D team overnight are done by the hospitalists

Fellowships Offered:

  • Cardiology
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Endocrinology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Nephrology
  • Pulmonology/Critical Care

Facilities:

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