Graduate Medical Education

Tobacco Free Campus

Scott & White no longer hires employees — including fellows, residents, interns and other trainees — who use tobacco. New candidates will be screened during the pre-employment process and will not be eligible for employment if they use any form of tobacco. Employees can be randomly tested for tobacco usage and will be subject to disciplinary action, including termination, if cotinine is found in their system.

We are delighted with your interest in the Texas A&M College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education program at Scott & White. The mission of medical education here is to provide a learning environment which educates physicians to provide the most-personalized, comprehensive and highest-quality health care, enhanced by medical education and research. Our vision here in medical education is to educate the most-trusted and the most-valued physicians in American healthcare.

Please browse through our program offerings and contact us if you have any questions. We have much to offer students and residents in a variety of clinical learning atmospheres characterized by a diverse population of patients in a variety of clinical settings.

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