The Internal Medicine Residency Program provides training and education to the residents in the broad field of general internal medicine. The resident will develop the skills and competencies necessary to practice in a primary care setting, to practice as a hospitalist, or to enter subspecialty training with confidence.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program at Corpus Christi Medical Center is accredited by both the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
Program objectives are specifically designed to meet the needs of the graduate who intends to enter Internal Medicine or do further study in a specialized area. The rotating services provided include all inpatient and ambulatory care departments.
The primary objective of this three-year Internal Medicine Practice Residency Program is to provide a well-organized, progressive program with emphasis on education over service. The program is affiliated with the UNTHSC/TCOM-Ft. Worth.
- For the 2018-2019 year, CCMC is anticipating filling 13 PGY I spots. All applications must be submitted through ERAS and applicants must be registered with the NRMP. CCMC will only participate in the NRMP match and not the AOA match. Interested candidates should apply accordingly.