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Internal Medicine Residency

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, and by watching a video about Dell Med’s graduate medical education programs.

Training Facilities

Residents provide high-quality care to the local community at three training sites: Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, CommUnityCare Southeast Health and Wellness Center and the Austin Outpatient Clinic of the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.

Dell Seton Medical Center at UT Austin.

Dell Seton is the primary site for the internal medicine residents. The hospital holds a total of 240 beds and functions as the safety net hospital for the city of Austin, as well as the only major adult Level 1 trauma center in Central Texas.

Southeast Health and Wellness Center.

CommUnityCare’s internal medicine residency clinic provides onsite services such as case management, clinical pharmacy counseling, laboratory services, radiology, retinal imaging, nutrition classes and counseling, exercise classes, mobile clinics and clinics for people experiencing homelessness.

Austin outpatient clinic.

Austin’s VA outpatient center provides extensive services that include medical sub-specialties, mental health, social work, rehab and dental care to veterans in Travis County.

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About the Application Process

The program offers a total of five preliminary and 21 categorical positions, and applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service.

Training to Provide High-Value Care

The Internal Medicine Residency offers both a categorical program with two different tracks and a preliminary internship.

Meet Our Residents

It’s an exciting time to be a part of medical education and research in Austin. Dell Med residents and fellows are talented physicians working to become leaders in their fields.