Undergraduate Medical Education

Our faculty lead numerous modules for the CIRCLE Curriculum and programs for students including Clinical Skills Training, Veritas (a mentoring program), and the Clerkship and Sub-Internship. Our faculty also serve as longitudinal preceptors to introduce preclinical students to authentic clinical settings as well as internal medicine clerkship educational sessions and Fourth Year Boot Camp courses.



Faculty in the Division of Hospital Medicine supervise residents who have their continuity clinic at both the downtown Robert B. Green campus and the Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans’ Hospital Internal Medicine Clinic (IMC). Specific faculty also lead focused clinical teaching in geriatric assessment, dermatologic disorders and procedures, women’s health, and joint injections.


The Division of Hospital Medicine aims to create a balance by providing time, mentorship, and support to allow interested candidates to explore academic interests while honing clinical skills with patient care. The Academic Medicine Fellowship is a two-year fellowship that offers three distinct tracks to provide the breadth needed to develop the physicians’ desired skills in either medical education, quality improvement or research. The Clinical Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program offering rigorously structured clinical training on hospital medicine teams in a large, bustling, tertiary care, county hospital.


Advance Practice Provider (APP) Fellowship

The Division of Hospital Medicine offers a rigorous 13-month Advanced Practice Provider (APP) fellowship program for certified PA and ACNPs. This program will prepare new APP graduates and experienced APPs, who are seeking to transition to hospital medicine, to practice with evidence-based medicine confidently and autonomously once complete.