Family Medicine Residency Program
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Established in 1989, the Family Medicine Residency Program at Corpus Christi Medical Center provides graduate medical education in family-centered care with a focus on long term and comprehensive preventative healthcare. Accredited by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP), Corpus Christi Medical Center’s Residency Program is a well-organized, progressive three year program with an emphasis on education over service.
The Family Medicine Program objectives are specifically designed to meet the needs of the graduate who intends to enter Family Medicine or do further study in a specialized area. The rotating services provided include all inpatient and ambulatory care departments.
The program is affiliated with the UNTHSC/TCOM-Ft. Worth and is an AOA approved program which meets the requirements for PGY-I through PGY-III and for eventual certification and specialization in Family Medicine by the ACOFP.
- NBOME Board Requirements: COMLEX Part I & Part 2 (both components of Part 2) passed before starting residency.
- Allowances include meals at hospital, occurrence malpractice insurance, lab coats, hospitalization insurance (for resident and family), one-time $1,500 relocation allowance, annual $1,500 educational allowance.
Please call the Graduate Medical Education Office at 361-761-3280 for stipend amounts or questions.
F. Faculty Research and Scholarly Activity
6.1 The faculty as a whole must demonstrate involvement in scholarly activity. At a minimum this must include the following:
a. Participation in clinical discussions and conferences.
b. Participation in national and regional professional societies, particularly through presentations and publications.
c. Participation in research, especially projects that are funded following peer review.
d. Provision of guidance and support to residents involved in research.
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