The program’s mission is to train physicians to provide patient-centered, evidence-based and high-value health care to the people living in Travis County and beyond. This mission includes focusing on mutual values of honesty, integrity, compassion, intellectual curiosity, teamwork, communication and stewardship of resources, with an ambition to help guide residents so they may achieve their career goals.
The Internal Medicine Residency program is affiliated with the Department of Internal Medicine. The program includes two tracks — the Primary Care Track and Distinction Program for Care Transformation — as well as a preliminary internship offered by the department. The Internal Medicine Residency leadership team includes Parker Hudson, M.D., MPH; Anne Cioletti, M.D.; Robin Reister, M.D.; Julie Machen, M.D.; and Christopher Moreland, M.D. The department also supports a growing number of fellowships including the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship and Hospital Medicine Fellowship in Quality and Patient Safety.
Learn more in a welcome letter from program director Parker Hudson, M.D., MPH.