Neurology Residency Program

Training in the Neurology Residency Program will be clinically focused and taught by faculty who specialize in a variety of areas, including general neurology, stroke, movement disorders, neuromuscular disease and epilepsy, among others. The schedule will include neuroradiology rounds, a weekly longitudinal clinic and a variety of other outpatient clinics including epilepsy, headache, dementia and movement disorders.

Hospital consult services include general and ICU neurology, stroke management and acute stroke evaluation. Residents will also be given one-on-one training in EMG and EEG, as well as education in research methodology combined with opportunities to participate in a variety of research projects throughout the institution.

Our residency program is affiliated with Texas A&M University and based at Scott & White Healthcare, currently the home to more than 40 other residency and fellowship programs and three Texas A&M medical school campuses. Scott & White is the largest group practice in Texas, with a busy 600+ bed Level 1 Trauma Center in Temple and more than 10 outlying hospitals and 60 clinics providing referrals.

Welcome from Our Program Director

It is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. Here you will find a number of informative logistics and details on our residency program. It is my goal that this information will encourage you to at the very least visit our program in order to see what we as faculty find so amazing about this place. What I like best is that we have a renowned institution packed with a long history of graduate medical education (GME), a prestigious reputation in medicine, bizarre pathology, huge catchment area from multiple states, all of which is located in a town of 100,000 people. This is why I chose this place to raise my family, call it home, and work to not only change people’s lives but to make a difference within the field of neurology. Both Baylor Scott and White as well as Temple, Texas can provide the best of both worlds in that you will live in a city without ample crime, noise, and traffic but still be within a short 45-minute drive of Austin.

While we are a small training program, we are one that is very unique. Our enthusiastic faculty all trained at reputable places and feel that they have truly helped to create the perfect residency program. We have taken what we liked best of our residencies, removed what we disliked, and have worked hard to create an excellent training environment for our residents. This environment will undoubtedly help the resident to soar in their career and to achieve an outstanding trajectory for success. All of this comes with personalized teaching and training similar to a fellowship.

Enjoy the website and please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have further questions. I encourage you to visit so you may truly grasp the Baylor Scott & White experience.

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Program Director, Neurology Residency

Program Contact

Robin Hill
Neurology Residency Program
Texas A&M College of Medicine
2401 S. 31st Street
Temple, TX 76508
Phone: 254-724-5390 Send an e-mail

Application Process

The application deadline is typically November each year.

How to apply


The Neurology Residency Program at Scott & White offers a well-rounded academic and clinical experience.