Anesthesiology Residency Application Process

  Thank you for your interest in our Anesthesiology Residency Program. We are pleased that you are considering The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler for your next step in training. The application deadline is December 31 each year for positions that begin on July 1 the following year. The Anesthesiology Residency program … Read more

Anesthesiology Residency FAQ

Are you ACGME accredited? Yes, we are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as a 4- year categorical program. How do I submit my application? Applications are accepted through ERAS. What should my ERAS application include? Personal Statement Medical School Transcript USMLE and/or COMLEX Scores MSPE (Dean’s Letter) 3 Letters of … Read more

Anesthesiology Residency Curriculum

Rotations The Anesthesiology residency training program is a 4-year categorical program, beginning with a Clinical Base Year.        

Anesthesiology Residency

Mission Statement The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler Anesthesiology Residency Program was established to prepare physicians to be consultants in Anesthesiology. Residents will learn the basic and clinical science of Anesthesiology, the ability to apply knowledge to new problems, the ability and desire to continue to build a knowledge base throughout their … Read more

Anesthesiology Residency Welcome

Greetings, I am happy you are interested in a career in anesthesiology and are looking at our program. I was born and raised in Tyler, a fantastic city that is full of various activities and a vibrant medical community. I completed medical school and residency at UT Houston finishing as Chief Resident. I now have … Read more

Master of Health Administration – Course and Degree Plans

  The Master of Health Administration program requires students to take 16 core comprehensive courses. All but two of the courses are didactic while two are experiential allowing students the opportunity to gain experience through employer and/or community-based opportunities. The curriculum is competency-based and provides students with both the educational and professional foundation for advancement … Read more

Ambulatory Block Rotation

Ambulatory Block The Ambulatory Block consists of resident continuity clinic and specialty ambulatory rotations. Residents are assigned to continuity clinic on the same weekdays during each ambulatory block throughout the year. By dedicating time away from inpatient rotations, the 4+2 curriculum allows the residents to focus their efforts on their clinic patients without interruption. Curriculum … Read more