Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program Curriculum

Our core curriculum conferences are held four hours weekly with Monday and Thursday 7:00 am lectures and Thursday afternoons from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. In addition to direct teaching from Scott & White senior staff, we bring in several outside consultant speakers each year to benefit the department's continuing education program and to supplement the skills and talents of senior staff.

We require our residents to maintain certification in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Neonatal Resuscitation. The residents are an integral part of our teaching program, as they participate in the education of medical students as well as non-Ob/Gyn residents.

Our Health Informatics Department offers computer training for all levels of computer users and will assist residents in acquiring free Internet and e-mail access for their home computers.

The Division of Gynecology has achieved both a national and an international reputation in pelvic relaxation surgery, utilizing numerous innovative procedures such as the lateral vaginal wall urethropexy and vaginal approach to apical vaginal pelvic relaxation, using uterosacral ligament suspensions of the vaginal cuff. This reputation has led to statewide, national and international referrals, resulting in a superb experience for the residents in surgical Gynecology.

Residents at Scott & White profit from:

  • Access to substantial clinical material referred to a tertiary level hospital
  • The ready availability of a full-time faculty (faculty-to-resident ratio greater than 1:1)
  • Participation in the total healthcare management of all patients
  • The presence of medical students of the Texas A&M University System Health Science Center College of Medicine
  • A continuous series of seminars, conferences, lectures, and comprehensive medical library facilities
  • Emphasis on developing skills in clinical research
  • Surgical skills training at a state-of-the-art simulation center

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