Class of 2018We’re excited you are considering Family Medicine, the greatest specialty within one of the noblest professions on Earth. A well-trained family physician is the most complete, most valuable doctor there is, diagnosing and treating nearly everything he or she comes across. They are the only ones who eagerly answer “yes” whenever someone asks, “Is there a doctor in the house?”— no matter the situation. Helping you achieve that sense of fulfillment is our specialty.

That is, of course, if you get top-notch residency training. Whether you want to be the old-time family doctor (caring for the whole family, delivering babies, operating, managing inpatients, working the sidelines as a team doctor) or you want to carve out your own niche, Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency can help you realize your goals. This is why you went into medicine; now come get the best training in the country.

Texas A&M has the facilities, physicians and volume to give you the proficiency you need, and so much more. Ours is an unopposed (meaning no other residencies in the area), community-based program that specializes in comprehensive training. Our graduates have a scope of practice greater than their peers, and choose to develop skills you can’t acquire at most residency programs.

Visit our site, and you’ll get to meet our residents and see some of their procedural numbers. You won’t find comprehensive procedural experience like this anywhere else in the country. You’ll also get to read about some of the unique educational opportunities we offer at Texas A&M.  The future of medicine is in well-rounded family physicians who can perform medical, procedural, surgical and preventative care. That’s what we do best.

We’re looking for motivated individuals who want to become the elite of all family physicians. If this interests you, we’d love to have you join our outstanding team. Contact Teri Musia to schedule a rotation; this is the best way to really understand what we do. We are interested in helping you through the difficult process of selecting a specialty and a residency program.