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Graduate Medical Education Programs

About Graduate Medical Education

Since 1977, the Texas A&M School of Medicine has been dedicated to educating the most caring and knowledgeable physicians in Texas. The Texas A&M School of Medicine is committed to providing an environment which promotes integrity, compassion, and excellence in its future physicians and scientists. An emphasis on broad-based instruction in the medical sciences produces individuals with the knowledge, expertise, and vision to meet the challenges facing medicine in the 21st century.

Our mission is to develop and promote Graduate Medical Education programs that significantly impact the quality of care provided to individuals and populations, advance patient safety and positively contribute to the economic and social wellbeing of our communities. The School of Medicine is committed to developing and maintaining high-quality graduate medical education programs that value the distinctive healthcare needs of Texans.

With programs located throughout the state, we afford learners the opportunity to train in a number of unique, diverse locations.

Graduate Medical Education Resources

Teaching Resources

  • AAMC's MedEdPORTAL is a new approach to online publication that offers peer review for teaching resources. Examples of MedEdPORTAL publications include referenced tutorials, cases, lab manuals, evaluation forms, faculty development materials, and virtual patients.

Reporting System

Residents/fellows have the opportunity to raise concerns and provide feedback in a confidential manner. Texas A&M uses the Aggie Awareness system to report both exemplary and concerning conduct.   A resident/fellow may also request a meeting with the Assistant Dean of GME, Courtney Dodge, to discuss concerns or provide feedback in a confidential manner.